Please spread the word the new Jefferson Starship book:

“HAVE YOU SEEN THE STARS TONITE” has landed and

the 2 CD Special set Have You Seen The Circus Tent Tonite

with over 900 rock and roll photos and the Cathy Richardson 70 minute interview, has landed too!

http://www.takemetoacircustent.net

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Great SocietyTake Me To A Circus Tent

Have You Seen The Stars Tonite

Have You Seen The Circus Tent Tonite

Quality Rock & Roll Airplane

style.

Welcome to Rock Photo Land:

I hope things are going well. There are a bunch of gems from the Rock Tent Vault that you wish to enjoy.

Today we have great photos of Linda Ronstadt (looking magnificent) from the 1970’s and Stephen Stills from 1991.

If you fly here please:

http://www.takemetoacircustent.net

When you touch down look for the entrance that says “J.Airshow Photos 9 Number 9. There are massive Neil Young as well. Please look at the other photo pages since you can enjoy over 250 rock and roll treasures.

Please look to the right of this page because there have been some amazing Beatles From The Vaults of late and as always Jefferson Family rock treasures. There you go. A bunch of goodies as always in free-flight. All I ask in return is to spread the news about the projects:

Take Me To A Circus Tent

Have You Seen The Stars Tonite

Have You Seen The Circus Tent Tonite

Enjoy the journey and the great weather. Will the Yankees ever win another game?

Thanks for your kindness.

Relax and have fun!

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JEFFERSON STARSHIPGreat Society-

Take Me To A Circus Tent

I look forward to hearing you later!

The book is Take Me To A Circus Tent (The Jefferson Airplane Flight Manual) W/93 photos, 32 interviews, 543 pages, and a myriad of 5 star reviews!

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.

Wishing you a great day,

craig

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