JA members: your favourite one

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JA members: your favourite one

Postby jorma on Sat Nov 13, 2004 4:52 am

Which is your favourite JA member? And why?
Mine is Jorma Kaukonen because he is a brilliant guitarist and he likes blues like me.
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Postby BlackCladLizard on Sat Nov 13, 2004 7:31 am

Thats my fave one too! Only cause he looks cool 8) im not too sure though about that nazi shit he had though!
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Only One?!?!?!

Postby Jim Vaughn on Sat Nov 13, 2004 10:49 pm

Jorma Kaukonen is my favorite living guitarist, and holds a place in my heart that is only shared with the late great Jerry Garcia.
Jack Cassady is the backbone to my most favorite music.
I simply love Grace Slick! She has the best voice. I hope she is proud of her music, it is really important to me.
Papa John Creech blew the roof off every time I ever saw him!
Spencer rocks!
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Postby VoodooChile in Wonderland on Sat Nov 13, 2004 11:23 pm

Jorma
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Well the airplane's done it
No... It wasn't the airplane it was beauty killed the beast
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hate to throw a wrench in the works

Postby Mr. Orange on Sun Nov 14, 2004 12:32 am

I'm going to go with Paul. I like Jorma, Jack and Grace quite a bit also. But for me (as a musician) songwritings' very important and it seems he did most of that (especially on my favorite album, "After Bathing...").This may sound rather odd, but one of my favorite things or sounds in music is rhythm guitar.
P. S. I'm going to ignore all of the starship crap he did.
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Postby gTarFreak on Sun Nov 14, 2004 12:01 pm

It's changed over the years...

As a horny teenager, Grace first captured my eyes and ears, and a couple of other organs as well...

Once I started listening to them I was knocked out by Paul's songwriting, and his sort of off-key singing.

I didn't really appreciate Jorma until Hot Tuna, where he pretty much blew me away...

Marty, well, in my dreams I can't sing like that...

After not really listening to them for several years I started up again about three years ago. What stands out now is Jack's bass. Of all the people in the band, if I had to pick one person as being essential to the JA sound I'd say it's Jack. He played bass like nobody else did then, and few do now. I noticed in the DVD that Grace at one point says that the first thing she'd listen for when they'd start playing was Jack's bass.

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Postby SurrealisticPillowChild on Mon Nov 15, 2004 12:28 am

Jorma
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Postby nickwishkah on Mon Nov 15, 2004 5:42 am

They wouldn't have worked by themselves! they needed each other to totally release themselves. Can't pick a favourite! take out one and the whole system will collapse.
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I concur, nickwishkah

Postby Pooneil on Mon Nov 15, 2004 5:45 am

I can't choose one. You need them together.
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Postby nickwishkah on Mon Nov 15, 2004 5:49 am

Typing this to say: glad you agree ruthy. plus i want to have been the last person to respond on more posts than you...because i'm really sad like that...
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he he

Postby Pooneil on Mon Nov 15, 2004 5:56 am

Don't worry, your not the pathetic one & I am enjoying your efforts, thank you. Things have been picking up on this forum a lot lately :mrgreen:...Okay now I'm way off topic, errr...yeah, I like Jefferson Airplane too.
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Jack

Postby Sapzguy13 on Tue Nov 16, 2004 12:53 pm

Jack because I'm a bass player. Paul is pretty close for me though because his songs are amazing and his harmonies are really unique and just plain cool. I really want to meet Paul or email him.
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Postby Amerikon on Wed Nov 17, 2004 11:55 am

It's Paul... the drawings of him that Grace did with the marijuana hair still delight me. I've grown older and more cynical, but I can still clearly remember the days when I thought Paul Kantner was a prophet. I think of myself the summer after 8th grade, buying "Blows Against the Empire" and listening to it every day for three straight months. How can music be this GOOD, I thought!
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Postby crazybrain on Sat Nov 20, 2004 7:57 am

Either Jack because of his excellent bass work, or Paul because of his songwriting in the Airplane days.
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