Jefferson Airplane

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BettyLouSpence
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Re: Jefferson Airplane

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If anyone's interested: Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady did a live streamed acoustic quarantine concert yesterday from Jorma's Fur Peace Ranch guitar camp in Ohio.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CI1YyPAzjYc

Setlist, courtesy of a commenter:

Too Many Years
Ice Age
Hesitation Blues
Been So Long
I'll Be Alright Some Day
Broken Highway
Third Week in the Chelsea
Flying Clouds
Trial by Fire
Good Shepherd
I Know You Rider

Bonus: here's a photo of Jefferson Airplane (during the Signe Anderson era) advertising the 9th annual ASUC Berkeley Folk Festival in 1966.

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Re: Jefferson Airplane

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That's really great!
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Re: Jefferson Airplane

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They still have the talent, don't they? :D

It's interesting that the ad identifies the artists by their songs. I'll bet that wasn't necessary for most of the fans. :)

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Re: Jefferson Airplane

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donnie wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 7:50 pm
They still have the talent, don't they? :D

It's interesting that the ad identifies the artists by their songs. I'll bet that wasn't necessary for most of the fans. :)
I wonder if Ralph J. Gleason MC'd or something, as he was a music critic (he also authored a book in 1968, which featured interviews with members of JA).

Edit: here's the book, for the curious:

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