redrabid wrote:By the way Brumus, "the band itself is not so good"? So wasn't Jefferson Airplane at that time (1965, pre-Dryden, pre-Slick). To me The Great Society was a much more daring, innovative band, with better songs too, and so, though they lacked the all-defining genius of Jack Casady, they were the better band.
Tillybud wrote:I totally totally am...since all those posts I now own every JA album from the 60's with Grace. I definitely need to buy some 'The Great Society'...I actually wrote to Grace and she wrote me a full on letter plus signed my copy of Rolling Stone; I just love her! I am also still into Jefferson Starship - obsessed with 'The Winds of Change' album and have just purchased 'Modern Times' and 'Nuclear Furniture', the latter of which was produced by Peter Wolff who produced...'Software'. I would love that album. Also just bought 'Sunfighter' so looking forward to discovering that!
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