http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdH3U0BBaKU Part 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXeltAefDfk Part 2
Hello again and welcome to Friday afternoon.
So you need the slightest push to get you through the next few hours before the weekend. How about this one from the vaults of the author of the Jefferson Airplane book “Take Me To A Circus Tent.” The Allman Brothers on video from the:
Fillmore East, New York City on September 23, 1970. Here is Part 1 and 2 of “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed.” Yes with Duane.
When the concert opened legendary promoter Bill Graham did the intro. This was originally filmed to be part of a Public Broadcasting TV Special. Sit back and say hello to our friends from Macon, Georgia.
Please don’t forget the cool clip of Marty Balin and Slick playing a Jefferson Airplane classic that I posted several hours ago.
Have a great weekend and I’ll try to be back with another one from the vault Saturday.
All the best,
Hello there and welcome to Friday:
Working from home I often get lost in the enjoyment of the promotion for the Jefferson Airplane book “Take Me To A Circus Tent, the website updates, and the blog. For those that have to battle the traffic and go to an office each day, it is only fair you keep getting Jefferson Airplane and family rarities as you fly by my blog and website. For today how about:
Marty Balin from the Jefferson Airplane, KBC, and Jefferson Starship along with good friend Slick Aguilar from kBC and Jefferson Starship perform “It’s No Secret.” June 8, 2006 at Fitzgerald’s in Berwyn, Illinois. The video!!!
I tried John Barbata about 2 hours ago. I haven’t been able to get in touch to find out how he is feeling. I am hoping that the news is good and he is on the Drum Clinic Tour but the Airplane man is still up in the air about that.
Thank you to the many nice CSN and sometimes Y fans for writing about the enjoyment of “Wooden Ships” W/Paul Kantner. My pleasure. You can check that out if you look at the right side of the page, the last 5 or 6 entries should be listed. If not simply click by month. Thank you. Glad you also have been enjoying the Herb Greene rare photos circa 66.
Have a terrific weekend and I’ll try to find another treasure from the vaults for Saturday.
Always be well,