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Neighborhoods: The Hidden Cities of San Francisco - The Fillmore (1999)

From the Peabody and Emmy Award-winning PBS series NEIGHBORHOODS: THE HIDDEN CITIES OF SAN FRANCISCO comes the remarkable story of San Francisco's Fillmore District. Remembered today mainly for its rock & roll auditorium, the Fillmore District is one of the great cautionary tales of American urban life. From the wholesale removal of Japanese Americans during World War II, to the jazz heyday of the 1950s, to the bulldozers of urban renewal, the Fillmore District has seen its share of drama.

The movie Neighborhoods: The Hidden Cities of San Francisco - The Fillmore, released in 1999, features 20 songs from artists like Etta James, Muddy Waters, John Handy and Duke Ellington. What is your favorite song from Neighborhoods: The Hidden Cities of San Francisco - The Fillmore?

 

Songs from Neighborhoods: The Hidden Cities of San Francisco - The Fillmore

Eternity's Sunrise
At Last
Etta James
ALL ABOARD
Muddy Waters
DEBONAIR
John Handy
DIMINUENDO IN BLUE & CRESCENDO IN BLUE
Duke Ellington
FUNERAL CANTICLE
IMPROVISION #5
Masayuki Koga
IT'S NO SECRET
Jefferson Airplane
JUST A FEW LITTLE WORDS
Pee Wee's All Stars
LET'S JUMP
Count Basie and His Orchestra (as Count Basie and his Orchestra)
LOCOMOTIVE
Written by
OUT OF NOWHERE
Vernon Alley
SAN FRANCISCO BLUES
Lowell Fulson
SHOWER
Erskine Hawkins
SPANISH LADY
John Handy
THEME X
John Handy
TOMORROW
Charles Brown
VIOLIN SONATA No. 10 IN G
Yehudi & Hephzibah Menuhin
WINTER IN AMERICA
Gil Scott-Heron
All Aboard
Muddy Waters

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