76 pages of psychedelic art, photography and stories accompanied by over two hours of exceptional live recordings.
In 1965 Marty Balin had a dream. Create a band with five guys and a girl to play folk music with electric instruments. Bill Graham dreamt of becoming an actor, but became the man behind the stage with a clipboard in his hand. An arrest in a San Francisco public park would bring the man and band together for a cause, and the event would be life-changing for both.
Former Bill Graham Presents Archivist Katherine York sifted through the documented heritage of Jefferson Airplane and studied the band's relationship with the burgeoning rock concert industry to uncover the tale of the first Fillmore house band. The songs on the accompanying USB were selected from over 35 hours of live concert recordings performed by Jefferson Airplane and recorded by Bill Graham on his stages. This compilation of restored and remastered performances has been curated to best exemplify the band's development while playing these venues.
Jefferson Airplane: The Original Fillmore House Band track list:
01. "The Other Side Of This Life" Sept. 30, 1966, Winterland
02. "It's No Secret" Sept. 30, 1966, Winterland
03. "3/5ths Of A Mile In 10 Seconds" Oct. 08, 1966, Winterland
04. "Baby, What You Want Me To Do" Oct. 09, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
05. "High Flyin' Bird" Oct. 14, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
06. "Runnin' Round This World" Oct. 14, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
07. "Bill Graham Introduction" Oct. 14, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
08. "Bringing Me Down" Oct. 14, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
09. "Go To Her" Oct. 14, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
10. "Fat Angel" Oct. 15, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
11. "Goodbye to Signe 1" Oct. 15, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
12. "Chauffeur Blues" Oct. 15, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
13. "Goodbye to Signe 2" Oct. 15, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
14. "JPP McStep B. Blues" Nov. 25, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
15. "My Best Friend" Nov. 26, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
16. "White Rabbit" Nov. 26, 1966, Fillmore Auditorium
17. "Come Back Baby" feb. 5, 1967, Fillmore Auditorium
18. "Let Me In" Feb. 5, 1967, Fillmore Auditorium
19. "Runnin' Round This World" Feb. 6, 1967, Fillmore Auditorium
20. "Instrumental" Mar. 11, 1967, Winterland
21. "Let's Get Together" Mar. 12, 1967, Fillmore Auditorium
22. "Today" Mar. 12, 1967, Fillmore Auditorium
23. "Two Heads" Aug. 05, 1967, O'Keefe Center
24. "Martha" Oct. 25, 1969, Winterland
25. "Mau Mau (Amerikon)" Oct. 25, 1969, Winterland
26. "Introduction" Sept. 22, 1972, Winterland
27. "Somebody To Love" Sept. 22, 1972, Winterland
28. "Wooden Ships" Sept. 22, 1972, Winterland
29. "Eat Starch Mom" Sept. 22, 1972, Winterland
30. "Crown Of Creation" Sept. 22, 1972, Winterland
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Music has inspired other artists for generations - painters, writers, photographers and more. Chronicled by the poster artists, writers, photographers, and performers themselves, the books within this category offer intimate portraits of an exceptional time and place.
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