JEFFERSON AIRPLANE | LIVE AT THE FILLMORE AUDITORIUM 10/16/66: EARLY & LATE SHOWS-GRACE'S DEBUT CD
There are special shows in the lives of classic rock bands like Jefferson Airplane. With major billing in major events like Woodstock and other historic venues, none of them could be as important as the weekend of October 14-16, when lead vocalists would brie y pass in the night as Signe Anderson departed and soon to be superstar Grace Slick would enter the stage on Sunday October 16, 1966.
The two shows were captivating enough to start a revolution in the music industry as Grace Slick, Paul Kantner, Marty Balin, Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady and Spencer Dryden would soon become a headlining force in all things rock for quite a long run.
The lucky audience witnessed stellar renditions of Freddie Neil’s staple The Other Side Of This Life and an equally powerful nod to Quicksilver’s Dino Valenti with their classic take on Let’s Get Together. Grace t perfectly on her debut performances of Airplane standards Run Around, It’s No Secret and High Flying Bird.
Several months later in 1967, the band hit the top of the charts and would go on to be two of the most in uential bands in classic rock and popular music history. And it was just the beginning......
Bootlegged for decades, Relayer Friday Music is honored to present another exciting installment in our Jefferson Airplane Original Masters Series with the ground breaking Live At The Fillmore Auditorium 10/16/66 : Early & Late Shows-Grace’s Debut. Consisting of both rare performances, showcasing the soon to be superstars in a light that many just read about, who will now have perfect document to hear for all time.
To enhance your listening pleasure, our good friend Herb Greene offers some very rare rfist sitting photos of the band with Grace, which truly help make this an even more rewarding feast for the eye and the ear.
Let’s Get Together!
The Other Side Of This Life
Let’s Get Together
Let Me In
Don’t Let Me Down
It’s No Secret
Bringing Me Down
And I Like It
High Flyin’ Bird
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