Jefferson Airplane (album)

Jefferson Airplane (Album)

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Jefferson Airplane is the reunion album of San Francisco rock band Jefferson Airplane, released on Epic Records.


Marty Balin, Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, Jorma Kaukonen, and Jack Casady, who had played together on Surrealistic Pillow, After Bathing at Baxters, Crown of Creation and Volunteers, all returned for the album and a supporting tour, but Spencer Dryden was not asked to participate because Kantner still held a grudge since Dryden had a hand in firing Bill Graham as manager in 1968. Kenny Aronoff joined the band as drummer for the tour and in the studio.

Previous to the reunion, Paul Kantner, Marty Balin, and Jack Casady had toured in the KBC Band and recorded the album KBC Band in 1986. Grace Slick had recently left Starship after performing lead vocals on their album, No Protection in 1987, and planned to retire from music. Jorma Kaukonen had been performing solo work and performing live with Jack Casady as Hot Tuna. Kanter left KBC Band in 1987 but joined Hot Tuna on stage for the 1987 - 1988 tour. Kaukonen invited Slick to play a concert at The Fillmore with Hot Tuna in 1988 where she performed harmony vocals on "Third Week in the Chelsea" and performed lead vocals along with Kantner for "Wooden Ships". In 1989, Slick was convinced to join the band again and the five members finally got together to discuss a reunion tour and album. Joining Jefferson Airplane for the tour along with Aronoff on drums were Tim......
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