|Variant of||Byrds San Francisco 1966 (OP-1)|
|Notes||2nd printings have a smoothed out line rather than the rough "saw teeth" area described in the OP-1 printing. The blue color on the OP-1 and RP-2 match, but the RP-2 has a bit more red in it's orange layer. Time has faded most of that red away however, so the border flaw is the most distinguishing marker between editions. |
Recently there has also been note of a very fine horizontal blue line about 9/16" below the top blue border anywhere between the "L" in "MILES" and the "W" in "WITH" on the RP-2 printings.
Although the main focus of the poster is for the bands, the show was opened each night with a performance of the plan "The Dutchman" by Le Roi Jones and produced by the New Stage Company.