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November 16, 1967 (Thursday)
Fillmore Auditorium
San Francisco, California

The Doors play at the Fillmore Auditorium for the last time tonight. The band is booked at Bill Graham's larger venue, Winterland, for the next two nights. The setlist below may actually be from one of those Winterland shows.

An incomplete soundboard recording believed to have been recorded on this date exists in The Doors archives (see setlist below). It was captured on four-track, but the piano bass and drum track are missing, making a future release uncertain.

It's worth noting that while collectors refer to it as "the Fillmore tape" both Danny Sugerman and Bruce Botnick have called it "the Winterland tape." Just which Bill Graham venue it's from and the exact date it was recorded remain unclear, though it was likely recorded during the November 16-18, 1967 run of shows.
SHOW TIME:      9:00PM-2:00AM
CAPACITY:      1,000
ALSO PERFORMING:      Procol Harem; Mount Rushmore
LIGHTS:      Glenn McKay's Headlights
PROMOTION:      Bill Graham Presents

Soul Kitchen
Twentieth Century Fox
Crawling King Snake
Break On Through
     There You Sit
People Are Strange
When The Music's Over
Rock Me
The Unknown Soldier
Love Me Two Times
Back Door Man
     Five To One
     I See A Rider
     I'm Gonna Show You A Place
     She Feel Like Dyin'
     I Believe That You're Real


Poster/Postcard (BG-93)
Artist: Jim Blashfield

Artist: Jim Blashfield

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