The first rock group from San Francisco's psychedelic music scene to achieve national and commercial success, Jefferson Airplane defined the city's sound. Golden Gate Park, the outdoor venue of choice for San Fran's psychedelic bands and their fans, hosted many concerts, happenings and love-ins in the late 1960s. One of the most famous took place on the afternoon of 7th May 1969 when Jefferson Airplane shared the bill with the Grateful Dead. Although the Airplane's memorable performance has been available on inferior bootlegs, this deluxe 2 LP set packaged in a gatefold sleeve marks it's first authorized vinyl release. Using the very best available audio source, these recordings have been meticulously restored and have never sounded better. The concert captures the group at the height of their creative powers and popularity. Within a few months they went on to feature on the bills of two of the most iconic music events of the 1960s; the legendary Woodstock Festival and the Rolling Stones' ill-fated Altamont concert.
The Other Side Of This Life [ 06:33 ]
Somebody To Love [ 04:18 ]
The Farm [ 03:20 ]
Greasy Heart [ 03:44 ]
Good Shepherd [ 05:32 ]
Plastic Fantastic Lover [ 03:45 ]
Uncle Sam Blues [ 08:38 ]
Volunteers [ 04:23 ]
Medley: Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon [ 05:09 ]
White Rabbit [ 02:27 ]
Jam [ 10:09 ]
We Can Be Together [ 05:06 ]
3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds [ 05:38 ]
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.