Hello there and welcome to Saturday Night and the Rock & Roll from the flight. How are you?  Anything happening besides seeing Shopping Mauls no longer spelled malls. I got a couple of Airmails and I thought it would be enjoyable to share more of the great Airplane 68 gig with you.  John in the U.K. wanted to hear more of the Matrix show.  Then there was an Airmail from Sandy in Ohio.  Sandy was curious if you removed all the hiss possible from an old recording would the results be what you hoped to achieve?  Often times there is give and take.  A fine line occurs between getting rid of the hiss but not sacrificing the recording.  To give Sandy evidence as to what happens if you only strive to remove the noise, I tacked on the no hiss versions after the upgraded mixes for you.  This way you can hear for yourself how the result can become mechanical to a point. Enjoy the tunes.  The upgrades with the better and even levels will make you feel as if you are listening to the songs for the first time.  A bunch of goodies for you in 3 parts.  All from the famous: 

Jefferson Airplane


February 1, 1968 

Part 1:Martha (Best level mix yet)

Martha (No hiss mix) 

 Part 2:Today (Best level mix yet)Today (No hiss mix) 

Part 3:Won’t You Try/Saturday Afternoon (Best level mix yet)

Won’t You Try/Saturday Afternoon (No hiss mix)    

Please remember the book is Take Me To A Circus Tent (Jefferson Airplane Flight Manual) W/93 photos, 32 interviews, 543 pages, and 5 star reviews.


I look forward to hearing you later.   JEFFERSON AIRPLANEJEFFERSON STARSHIPGreat Society  

Please remember at any moment on an Aircast it can be a rare memory from the Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship, KBC, Wooden Ships, Marty Balin, Paul Kantner to name several.  Maybe another picture previously unseen from the Rock Tent Vault sees daylight from Herb Greene or Don Aters. 

 Enjoy SUNDAY,