Please spread the word the new Jefferson Starship book:


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! (The books are proudly featured here)


Great Society– Take Me To A Circus Tent

Have You Seen The Stars Tonite

Have You Seen The Circus Tent Tonite

Quality Rock & Roll Airplane


August 29, 2008

12:01 AM Eastern Airplane Time

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Welcome to the Air Book Report:

Thank you so much to Eric for the 5 Star review on my new Jefferson Starship book “Have You Seen The Stars Tonite.”  Amazon is so kind to offer free shipping in the USA and great rates to the rest of the planet!

The review is below but a quick mention to please also check out the Rock Tent Vault post to the right from 30 minutes ago.  It’s Eric Clapton doing a great cover tune for you!  Enjoy it in free-flight.

5.0 out of 5 stars I’ve Seen The Stars Tonite thanks to Craig Fenton’s new Jefferson Starship book, August 26, 2008

Approximately two years ago Craig Fenton gave us the Jefferson Airplane Flight Manual with Take Me To A Circus Tent. He returns with Have You Seen The Stars Tonite (Jefferson Starship Flight Manual) 74-78 as well as 1992-2007.

Once again the level of expertise reaches the heart of not only the reader but an original Jefferson Airplane member. Marty Balin gave Craig some accolades on the back cover of the Jefferson Airplane book. Signe Anderson does the same for the Jefferson Starship. The finest recommendation a rock and roll author and historian can receive is when the highest level of satisfaction comes from the band.

Have You Seen The Stars Tonite is over 500 pages and contains nearly 180 photos. The contents make you wonder how many years the information took to assemble. You can look at over 700 concerts the band performed, the personal of the particular show, and the songs they played. Craig furnishes the first time a song appeared on stage, a year by year break-down of the tunes played, which Jefferson Airplane songs they decided to perform, a complete list of all the members of the band and the shows they played through the years. There is a terrific listing of the studio albums, singles, and many of the solo releases, and special guests that played with the Jefferson Starship on stage.

If what you see is as important as what you read, Craig has you covered with many photos not previously in print. That was one of the many things that made the Airplane book so special. The full-page photo of Spencer Dryden from the benefit in 2004 is tremendous in capturing the moment and the mood, page 168 features Grace Slick from the Airplane at the Isle Of Wight, and there are a good deal of KBC Band photos that have not seen the light of day.

The book is content free of any of the period with Mickey Thomas. You don’t have to be concerned about superfluous chapters!

While other airlines seem to be streamlining, Craig Fenton is giving the consumer a first class ticket aboard the flight.


Please spread the


The 2 new Jefferson projects have arrived!

Thanks as always!

Relax and have fun!



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,