April 15, 2015 – 3:42 pm

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Captain Consciousness Presents [Deep Six, 1CD]

Various dates and venues. Generally, fairly good audience (?) / radio (?) recordings. Slight audio dropouts here and there on some of the tracks.

Richie Unterberger,

Fourteen of the 20 songs on this disc of unreleased live 1966 Jefferson Airplane were recorded at a couple of gigs in January 1966 at Vancouver. (Not that you would necessarily know this from looking at the sleeve notes; the psychedelic lettering is virtually impossible to read.) These are the only live recordings of the Skip Spence-era lineup to have escaped into wide circulation and, as such, have considerable historical value.

As music, it’s only fair. The fidelity is mediocre, although listenable, and the playing is not as tight or powerful as it would be even on the several bootlegs of unreleased live Airplane shows from late 1966. Most of the set is taken off their first album, but it’s remarkable for the inclusion of several covers not found anywhere else, and ones that you wouldn’t have suspected to have been part of the Airplane’s early repertoire - “In the Midnight Hour,” “Lay Down Your Weary Tune,” the Byrds’ “I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better,” “Kansas City,” and Jimmy Reed’s “Baby What You Want Me to Do.”

Of these, “Lay Down Your Weary Tune” and “I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better” sound about exactly as you’d expect them to, but the blues and R&B items are clunky and whitebread, not working nearly as well as the folk-rockers. The CD ends with six tracks from late 1966 (the date given is September 30, 1966), when Signe Anderson was in her final days with the Airplane. The sound and performance on these are notably better than the Vancouver recordings, but the tracks have long been available on other bootlegs, some of which (such as Flight Log) offer a much more complete version of the show, with 11 songs.

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Thanks to Philip Cohen for sharing the tracks.

Note: A longtime music fan, Philip Cohen was a contributor to the now-defunct ICE Magazine and compiled the boxsets for The Yardbirds, The Small Faces, Humble Pie and Nice.

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Track 01. Get Together (minor dropouts) 3:23 (5.7MB)
Track 02. Kansas City 1:35 (2.7MB)
Track 03. High Flying Bird 2:33 (4.3MB)
Track 04. In The Midnight Hour 3:59 (6.7MB)
Track 05. Lay Down Your Weary Tune 3:26 (5.8MB)
Track 06. Tobacco Road 3:42 (6.2MB)
Track 07. Runnin’ ‘Round This World 2:39 (4.5MB)
Track 08. Kansas City 3:21 (5.6MB)
Track 09. Bringin’ Me Down 3:08 (5.3MB)
Track 10. I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better 2:24 (4.0MB)
Track 11. It’s No Secret 4:32 (7.6MB)
Track 12. High Flying Bird 4:14 (7.1MB)
Track 13. This Is My Life 5:47 (9.7MB)
Track 14. Go To Her 4:26 (7.5MB)
Track 15. The Other Side Of This Life 7:39 (12.8MB)
Track 16. Run Around 2:52 (4.8MB)
Track 17. It’s No Secret 4:10 (7.0MB)
Track 18. Go To Her 5:09 (8.7MB)
Track 19. Don’t Slip Away 2:37 (4.4MB)
Track 20. Come Up The Years 2:49 (4.7MB)
75 mins

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  2. Thanks BIGO. Always happy to hear some Airplane.

    By jack bond on Apr 15, 2015

  3. Philip Cohen - you are DA MAN!

    By TDC on Apr 15, 2015

  4. …and Jimmy Reed’s “Baby What You Want Me to Do.”Is this under a different name?

    By rick on Apr 15, 2015

  5. mostly shite but the other side of this life has its moments.

    By west coast darth on Apr 15, 2015

  6. A good example how one wabble-wousing troublemaker (Grace Slick) can thoroughly corrupt five nice little folk-pop boys.

    By Happy Camper on Apr 15, 2015

  7. the most overrated band of the 60s/ may be next to big brother who could barely play a tune all the way through/but the airplane recorded some of the most self promoting ridiculously childish crap ever.

    By west coast darth on Apr 15, 2015

  8. mmmrgle dddzplyt snizzle

    By pooneil the volunteer on Apr 16, 2015

  9. Self promoting? Maybe, especially when we were too cool for it. Childish? I guess in retrospect some of it can seem dated in this world where the hippies lost and George Wallace won. Crap? Not by an f-ing light year. Go to Bless Its Pointed Little Head and play The Side of This Life really loud. Scare the pets loud. Perfect rock & roll.

    By Pierre on Apr 16, 2015

  10. Come on, just listen to Come Up The Years. Overrated? Rubbish!

    Those of us old enough to have bought this stuff first time around know just how ground breaking the Airplane was.

    White Rabbit alone changed music.

    Pity there isn’t anything around today that is as imaginative and fresh.

    By Michael Kenward on Apr 16, 2015

  11. Thank you BigO I appreciate the free music !

    By Sarah Novak on Apr 16, 2015

  12. silly pretentious babble that impresses only the drug addled mind.
    youoooooooo are the crown of frustration

    By west coast darth on Apr 16, 2015

  13. look wuts happening out in the streets!
    volllllunteeeers of America.
    let it ride Grace you queen of everything Slick!

    By pooneil the volunteer on Apr 16, 2015

  14. Thanks, BIGO!
    More Airplane, please!

    By YogaforCynics on Apr 16, 2015

  15. Track 8 is “Baby What You Want Me to Do,” not “Kanss City.”

    By YogaforCynics on Apr 16, 2015

  16. Umm, haven’t listened to this yet…but if this is early ‘66, then Grace Slick wasn’t singing with them yet, right? Would it have been Signe Toly Anderson on vocals?

    Jus sayin’

    By je n'regret rien on Apr 16, 2015

  17. Quite right Je n’. Our Gracie didn’t join the band until autumn 66

    By GMAL on Apr 16, 2015

  18. Hello, Tracks #1-4 Kitsalano Theater, Vancouver, Canada 1/14/66. Tracks #5-14 Same Venue, 1/15 or 16/66. Tracks #15-20 Winterland, S.F., 9/30/66 - From the book - Take Me To A Circus Tent - The Jefferson Airplane Flight Manual (Craig Fenton)Thanks BIGO.

    By Tim on Apr 16, 2015

  19. Thanks, BigO for the early Airplane. And thanks Tim for the info from Craig

    By DanC on Apr 16, 2015

  20. WstCstDth: oh yes, your written expression is so much more articulate and thoughtful and reasoned and poetic than anything foisted upon us by her majesty Queen Grace.

    And I’m sure your singing voice is far more mellifluous than Maestro Marty. And your guitar-playing exceeds the Duke of Kaukonen. Or the Earl of Kantner.

    I.e.; it doesn’t mean shit to a tree.

    By Happy Camper on Apr 17, 2015

  21. West Coast Darth is THE REAL DARTH by any other name; will the “real” Darth please tell us about this concert? I heard “he” was there!

    By Darth's Brother Carlos on Apr 17, 2015

  22. DBC, it’s easy to tell the Darth-enviers from the Dark Lord hisself. They steal his nom-de-plume and always take cheap shots at Darth the Singular from anonymous unlit, smoke-choked little rooms, buried deep within the bowels of imagined far-off galaxies of their imaginations, hypnotized in hatred by the blinding glare of their ubertweaked monitors and driven to a do-or-die obsessive mission of mortal destruction of him/she/whatever that writes too many words to absorb at once.

    (Gee, I’ll bet Kantner could make a song out of that!)

    By Happy Camper on Apr 17, 2015

  23. Hello, Thought I add some more cool info from Craig Fentons book to my earlier post. Most of these songs are the FIRST time they were played live! These are tracks #1-5,8,9,13,15,16,18-20. Tracks- #5&9 are the only live documented versions to date.TRACK #8 as Yoga pointed out earlier is called - BABY WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO (Jorma/Vocals - #2 also has Jorma on vocals)Track #13 is called - AND I LIKE IT (This is my Life)Track #15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS LIFE is the birth of the Airplanes onstage improv. A lot of first times on this one!! Thanks,DanC,Yoga,BigO

    By Tim on Apr 17, 2015

  24. i only use one id here. period. i didnt see the airplane til 72 i believe. i think central park was my first time seeing them. i saw them in 89 of course but as for the 60s/70s shows i dont recall seeing them prior to 72. if i did… i am positive it wasnt before 71. there may have been one show in 71. i just dont recall it. i saw starship a few years later 3-5x and various other line ups over the years including solo shows and groupings of various members. anyway… this is a nice collection. ty vm for it. i am a huge fan of the airplane. i dont know why ppl expect more than what they offer. they are what they are. i dont get it. sure wish there was more signe era performances / outtakes out there.
    its interesting.. that a jefferson starship live album came out a few years ago. they drew grace out of retirement to do the show that they recorded. only a small amount of the songs from the show were put out on cd however. 11 of the 13 maybe? tracks were airplane songs. altho it was listed as a starship cd. i think it was recorded at the hollywood hard rock if im not mistaken. i just thought at the time it was very strange.
    btw.. the kbc band was a killer line up. i highly recommend a show. there were 2 fm’s by them that i remember.
    also.. i think march 4th 1988 was the first reunion of the airplane. many people believe that their 89 tour was their first reunion since the 72 shows. the 88 show was about 3 hours long. its an fm brdcst and many ppl only have half of it but the full show was 180mins. i think it was 3-4-88. id have to look at my copy to be sure. im sure someone will correct me if im mistaken.
    radio city 89 and central park that year? were also incredible shows. ive never seen central park offered anywhere. it was professionally recorded. i know that for a fact.

    By darth on Apr 18, 2015

  25. Paul Kantner re-started the Jefferson Starship in the early 90’s, at first calling it Jefferson Starship the Next Generaton. In 1992, the band included Kantner, Jack Casady, and Papa John Creach, as well as Slick Aguilar who played in KBC. They’ve pretty much been playing ever since, with Kantner at the helm, though former Airplane members including Marty Balin have come and gone, there have been occasional appearances by Grace, and currently David Freiberg’s with them. Apparently there’s also a band called Mickey Thomas’ Starship, featuring, of course, Mickey Thomas, that plays mostly corporate events.

    By YogaforCynics on Apr 18, 2015

  26. Jimmy Reed’s “Baby What You Want Me to Do.” was on the 1975 Hot Tuna (Jorma Kaukonen Jack Casady, Bob Steeler on drums) Yellow Fever album. It was one of their best electric albums and was recorded in quadraphonic. They used play pieces of it on WQIV here in NYC which was broadcast in quad. Ah , the good old days!

    By tunafan on Apr 18, 2015

  27. Hello,Darth - You are correct! The J.A. first reunion show was 3/4/88. Everyone but Marty played. It was a Hot Tuna show at the Fillmore, S.F. They played Radio City Music Hall twice in ‘89 - 8/29&30.The last time they played in Central Park was 8/15&16/72.Maybe the show you have is from the New York State Fair,Syracuse 8/28/89.They also played at Jones Beach Theater on 9/1/89.Hoped that helped? I saw them twice that year - Costa Mesa, Ca. 9/16 and for FREE at the Polo Grounds,Golden Gate Park, S.F. 9/30.

    By Tim on Apr 18, 2015

  28. i have the fillmore show from 3-4-88. it was brdcst. i also have one or two other shows from the 89 tour. but the central park show in 89 i dont have but i know it was recorded. i was there and they charged to get in. i didnt pay but sat outside the paying area and listened with my wife. the 72 central park show i know i saw. i wasnt sure if i had seen them in 71 but it was possible. thats what i meant.
    i saw one of the radio city shows also. i didnt go to syracuse and i didnt go to jones beach. the polo grounds i believe might be one of the ones i have but i cant remember if i have a sbd/fm or an aud recording of it. if its available in fm i would guess i have that. thanks for your info however.
    i checked wiki for something and its interesting that they omit the 88 thing entirely. perhaps because it was a hot tuna thing that became an airplane thing. who knows.

    By darth on Apr 18, 2015

  29. “i only use one id here. period. i didnt see the airplane til 72 i believe. i think central park was my first time seeing them. i saw them in 89 of course but as for the 60s/70s shows i dont recall seeing them prior to 72. if i did… i am positive it wasnt before 71. there may have been one show in 71. i just dont recall it.”

    wow I guess our resident lying clown boy forgot he was at a little concert festival he attended in 1969? it was called WOODSTOCK. you forgot you were there glen? you have always stated you attended & count the bands you saw/heard…

    must be just a slight oversight on your part sweet pumpkin eh?…or must be when you slipped out for a bit of a tricycle ride at daybreak in all that mud that you missed their set glenny?…

    so which is it…?

    you were at Woodstock or not?…JA in August of ‘69 or ‘72?…or you went off peddling on the mud filled mired roads & missed them…or you went exploring with camera in hand to get that famous Woodstock photo?…or you took the bad acid then & you are taking the bad acid/meds today & don’t recall anything then & or now con boy clown punk?…

    either way what’s your sad lying excuse glen about Woodstock then…?

    By Jerry's Finger on Apr 19, 2015

  30. darth caught in a blatant lie! Good catch, Jerry’s Finger!

    By Willis on Apr 19, 2015

  31. if darth is a lier than your one to!

    By Thard on Apr 19, 2015

  32. i would insult u Thard but its probably appropriate in this situation that youre illiterate.

    By barth on Apr 19, 2015

  33. thard you are a special needs child apparently…

    By Jerry's Finger on Apr 19, 2015

  34. I like the jefferson’s airplane let’s just leave it at that

    By Thard on Apr 20, 2015

  35. as far back as i was and keep in mind they opened up the sunday performances at 8am.. i sure as hell cant say i saw them at all that day. i sure heard them.. but god knows i absolutely couldnt see them. if i had to guess i would swear all of the people were standing and i was shorter than everyone. all i saw was bodies. there were times i saw things happen on stage and i stayed til the last musician.. u know who.. finished on monday morning. there werent very many people left at that point so i was very very close to the stage at that point. yes i was at woodstock but i didnt remember ’seeing’ them because i didnt see them. but yes i did forget that. i talked to my mom over the weekend and she even reminded me that they played in flushing meadow park in 69 or 70 and that we went to it. i have no memory of that either. she said there was a few other bands that day and that i begged and pleaded with them to take me and that my neighbors who normally took me to things painted a fish on my cheek and dressed me in a denim vest. she says she might still have it. it has a peace sign on it in the form of a patch that i got as a birthday present in 68 or 69 and she sewed it onto the vest. i wore that evidently when i went to summertime events in parks and other venues around nyc. i cant really be expected to remember everything from my childhood. i do remember a lot. i do remember that festival but i dont remember who played. i do count that festival in my total concerts i ever saw however. i just didnt remember seeing the airplane there or at woodstock esp since i was quite a few 100 feet back. how much do u remember from that long ago? i do recall quite a bit from age 12 or 13 onward. but age 9? seriously?? youre harassing me about forgetting something from 46 yrs ago?? are u that bored?? or just fucking stupid. nevermind. i know the answer. we all do.

    btw.. their set list at woodstock was -
    1. The Other Side Of This Life
    2. Plastic Fantastic Lover
    3. Volunteers
    4. Saturday Afternoon / Won’t You Try
    5. Eskimo Blue Day
    6. Uncle Sam’s Blues
    7. Somebody To Love
    8. White Rabbit

    incidentally.. i do say repeatedly and quite clearly that i may have seen them previously to the 72 central park show including a 71 show which i guess was 69 or 70.. but i dont recall. why do u not see those words???? incidentally.. i do not lie. ever. i dont claim i never make mistakes.. but i do claim i never ever lie. ever!!!!
    i did recall another interesting memory.. when balin did a show at the bottom line back in the 80s.. it shocked me when i saw him with platinum blonde hair. i went back stage and talked to him for a few mins. he was so incredibly kind. he also invited me to check out the bus which was parked outside. i was one of 2 ppl to go on board. during the show he sang volunteers and started to jump and i thought the audience would also join him. there were two sets. i went to both. i felt a little awkward being the only one to join him in his jumping up n down but when i mentioned this afterwards he said he was glad i felt uninhibited enough to do it. course i stopped taking pics while doing that. haha. the pics i took that nite were amazing. most were from the side of the stage closest to the bathroom. he put on killer shows marty did. sure wish we could get more one off shows here or tuna items or items that were not part of tours but just those rare special performances. hey how about the audio of the rnr hall of fame? u could make them available for 2-3 days and take them down before youre told to. haha.

    By darth on Apr 20, 2015

  36. you sure showed ‘em, darth.

    it’s neat that you still remember the setlist.

    By Thard on Apr 20, 2015

  37. clear & concise glen…


    By Jerry's Finger on Apr 20, 2015

  38. i’m begining to think that darth might not be telling the truth

    By Thard on Apr 20, 2015

  39. hes not. hes wrong again.

    according to
    jefferson airplane’s set list at woodstock was-

    1. The Other Side of This Life
    2. Somebody to Love
    3. 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds
    4. Won’t You Try / Saturday Afternoon
    5. Eskimo Blue Day
    6. Plastic Fantastic Lover
    7. Wooden Ships
    8. Uncle Sam Blues
    9. Volunteers
    10. The Ballad of You & Me & Pooneil
    11. Come Back Baby
    12. White Rabbit
    13. The House at Pooneil Corners

    this set list is also confirmed by and…

    …the official woodstock web site at woodstock .com/lineup

    By barth on Apr 20, 2015

  40. thard.. i didnt remember the set list.. again i was 9. i looked it up and posted it from here -

    By darth on Apr 20, 2015

  41. darth for god’s sake, the whole JA Woodstock set’s been released on CD…

    And it would be a lot easier to just say “I was lying.”

    By Willis on Apr 20, 2015

  42. darth was not at woodstock,end of story.

    By pooneil the volunteer on Apr 20, 2015

  43. i have pics of me from there. u can see the stage in the background. but i dont care if u believe it or not. i didnt deny that their set is released at this point. it wasnt always released. i have 85% of the woodstock performances on 22 cds. get over yourselves.

    btw.. for neil young fans -

    perhaps the full set will make it to our ears??

    By darth on Apr 21, 2015

  44. saying you have pics from woodstock doesn`t mean anything darth.
    showing them would help a little but it could be any 7 or 8 year old. your constant lying makes it all too easy to dismiss you as just a bullshitter non pareil.

    By pooneil the volunteer on Apr 21, 2015

  45. i have pics of me from there.

    no you don`t this is just more of your bs.

    By dropkick sarge on Apr 21, 2015

  46. glen you are a known liar period!…

    By Jerry's Finger on Apr 21, 2015

  47. This bums me out. I thought that darth was for real.

    By Thard on Apr 21, 2015

  48. believe what u wish. ill lose no sleep either way. my mom didnt save pics of some other 9 yr old kid for 46 years standing with his back to the stage at woodstock who happens to look like me. but nevermind. as for lying.. i have never lied to anyone on this site. calling me a liar doesnt make me one.

    By darth on Apr 21, 2015

  49. darth’s biggest lie, that he disproves with every angry rant: that he doesn’t care what people think.

    By Willis on Apr 21, 2015

  50. that u think my postings are angry rants is preposterous. just because i respond doesnt mean i care. if that proved i did then wouldnt it work both ways? that u read and thus care about every word i type? bazinga.

    By darth on Apr 22, 2015

  51. that u think my postings are angry rants is preposterous. just because i respond doesnt mean i care.

    uh wrong bucko, you care a lot because it`s all about attention for you.

    By dropkick sarge on Apr 22, 2015

  52. God. No. I. Won’t.

    By Thard on Apr 22, 2015

  53. I wonder: could darth really be so completely lacking in self-awareness that he actually believes that self-evidently ludicrous last post?

    By Willis on Apr 22, 2015

  54. THANKS MUCH for this! <3 jefferson airplane :) anyone out there know of any material from the in between airplane and starship days? I adore both the albums “Sunfighter” and “Baron Von Tollbooth and the Chrome Nun”…there were so many people collaborating on those albums there’s gotta be more out there HOPEFULLY :) if you know of any please comment or email me [email protected] thanks in advance!

    By tech65 on Apr 25, 2015

  55. tech65, if you like Sunfighter and Baron Von Tollbooth, you should start by getting Blows Against the Empire, if you don’t already have it (technically, that one has “Jefferson Starship” on the label, but it’s really a similar mishmash of bay area musicians as those other two). And then there David Crosby’s If I Could Only Remember My Name, Mickey Hart’s Rolling Thunder, which have a lot of the same people. Bootleg-wise, check out the PERR0 (Planet Earth Rock n’ Roll Orchestra) sessions from around the same time, which include Kantner, Slick, Garcia, Crosby, etc. While there’s an hour or two worth of material out there, the most loved track has to be “The Mountain Song,” which you can listen to here…
    and, if you enjoy that, here’s a whole lot more…

    By YogaforCynics on Apr 26, 2015

  56. Thank you YogaforCynics I do have Blows Against the Empire, also adored! Also Spitfire, Red Octopus and Flight Log which all have at least a few good songs. By the time they get to Earth, sadly, i just cant go with them…like only one song from there. I think If I Could Only Remember My Name has to be one of my favorite albums of all time and the mickey hart album is good stuff to. With all that said how in the heck did i NOT know about PERRO?!! I have already found a few gems from those links you gave me you are most kind!

    By tech65 on Apr 26, 2015

  57. WOOF! Let us not overlook “Bark”, late period and last great Airplane album with Papa John.

    By Happy Camper on Apr 26, 2015

  58. jefferson airplane sucked. large.

    By kuntree joseph on Apr 26, 2015

  59. west coast psychedlia a la jefferson airplane was the disco of its era.silly contrived and for stoners only,the real san fran musicians would laugh at these paisley shirted posers.

    By kuntree joseph on Apr 26, 2015

  60. Let us not overlook “Barf”

    By kuntree joseph on Apr 27, 2015

  61. darth i`ll bet you never fell for this band of sillies didja?

    By kuntree joseph on Apr 27, 2015

  62. lots of time kunt sucks too…you had/have to be there engaged living it to enjoy it & appreciate it obvisiouly you didn’t what a goniff troglodyte you are…

    try to have have a good day mr negative…

    how old are you kunt Jo just wondering…?

    By Jerry's Finger on Apr 27, 2015

  63. none of your beeswax stink finger, i`m talking `bout the dreadful airplane not you. u don`t understand that? i have to spell it out for you you cracker! where does it say i`m looking for jerry stinkfingers opinion?huh? you are as dumb as darth.

    By kuntree joseph on Apr 27, 2015

  64. kuntree, you are.

    By Happy Camper on Apr 27, 2015

  65. more from the peanut gallery happy as a clam camper go play with your lego

    By kuntree joseph on Apr 27, 2015

  66. who in the hell asked you about your opinion on the JA to begin with ass wipe…?

    wow this is great kunt…sounds like you are glens other personality…

    2 dumbshits in the same pod that don’t know what theyre talking about…

    another low iq no brainer here in kunt face…

    By Jerry's Finger on Apr 27, 2015

  67. dropdead sludge - youre wrong again. i dont force u to pay attention to me or my postings. thats on u. u cant blame me for the attention that idiots pay to me. thats not my doing. if ppl pay attention to me and my comments on here thats on them. certainly not me. i sure as hell didnt ask for it. positive or negative u cant put the credit or blame on the victim of those responses by the peanut gallery offering their attention in my direction on me. i am not twisting all your arms and forcing u to pay attn to me. thats just psychotic to suggest. sure im responding but the point is my responses dont mean that i care. i could be wishing to set the record straight. or to get a point across or to tell a story that i wish others to know about. any dimwitted schmuck should be able to read between the lines in my postings and realize that sure as rain i dont give a flying rats ass what scumbags that dont know me from adam think about me. going back n forth with u morons about u not believing me on this or that and me saying but its true.. wont make u believe. u have the right not to believe. i have the right to post my stories regardless. 100% of them are accurate and true of course. but the point is.. that just because i post responses doesnt mean i care and my postings have nothing to do with causing attention for me. the only attention i want is when i do offer help that the people i offer it to and any others who enjoy it.. express appreciation.

    By darth on Apr 27, 2015

  68. darth doesn’t know what the word “care” means.

    By Willis on Apr 27, 2015

  69. Or “anger,” for that matter.
    Such an amusing little bugger.

    By Willis on Apr 27, 2015

  70. got u all riled up you bunch of morons.
    i am darth!

    By kuntree joseph on Apr 27, 2015

  71. ha ha u bunch of idiots .

    By kuntree joseph on Apr 27, 2015

  72. glen you’re so right sweet pumpkin…

    STORIES….that’s all they are stories in that warped little brain of yours…

    keep dreaming pumpkin…

    again here is the attention seeking whore…that’s what he wants…attention from everyone…

    By Jerry's Finger on Apr 27, 2015

  73. “100% of them are accurate and true of course.”

    of course. theyre just as accurate as your jefferson airplane set list above. but of course that was someone elses mistake not yours. of course.

    By barth on Apr 28, 2015

  74. RIP Signe Anderson.

    By YogaforCynics on Jan 31, 2016

  75. “silly pretentious babble” to regurgitate the words of one wcdarth one of the true wonders of the internet other than nakkid ladies is that it gives voice to those that have nothing to say and have no one to say it to outside this forum …tis a pity.
    kantner died from septic shock maybe he got it after reading some of the comments posted here for previous sets.
    although i really enjoy the shit out of the debates/tirades and bullshit that accompanies posts like this the music becomes secondary doesnt it ??? and that too is a pity

    By woodpeckerdeadwood on Jan 31, 2016

  76. Hey Darth……saw the airplane with Hendrix opening at the Fillmore June 67(Gabor Szabo in the middle)2 sets 3 dollars and sat on the stage for a few Hendrix songs till Bill Graham kicked me off.

    By russ on Feb 7, 2016

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