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Freedom at Point Zero
Review by Gary Hill
When Jefferson Starship released this album it was without long-time members Grace Slick and Marty Balin.

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Various Artists - A Night At The Family Dog DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Those looking to recapture the 1960’s should really dig this DVD. Originally captured for PBS Television, this show from 1970 featured Santana, The Jefferson Airplane and The Grateful Dead. It has been remastered and digital extrapolation has been used to create a dolby 5.1 experience on the audio track.
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Jefferson Airplane - Bark
Review by Gary Hill
A late period disc from Jefferson Airplane, I almost hear this as a transition between what the Airplane was and what Jefferson Starship would be.

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Paul Kantner, Grace Slick & David Freiberg - Baron Von Tollbooth & The Chrome Nun
Review by Gary Hill

I generally wouldn't consider Jefferson Airplane or Jefferson Starship to be progressive rock, although they both have prog tendencies at times.


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Various Artists - Go Ride The Music and West Pole DVD
Review by Gary Hill
For fans of 1960’s rock (and who isn’t, really?) this DVD set is a treat. It features two films of music from the heady days of 1969 and is a real tribute to the peak of psychedelia.
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Various Artists - Going Underground: McCartney, The Beatles And The UK Counter-culture DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

The first thing I noticed watching this documentary is that the title is a little misleading.


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Marty Balin - Live At The Boston Esplanade, June 14, 2008 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve never seen Marty Balin play live. I’ve never seen Jefferson Airplane, either – although I did see Jefferson Starship once.
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Jefferson Airplane - Long John Silver / Thirty Seconds Over Winterland
Review by Gary Hill

This new double disc set collects the final studio album from Jefferson Airplane (until the reunion, that is) along with the live album that was released around the same time.


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Various Artists - Pure Fire - The Ultimate Kiss Tribute
Review by Gary Hill

This is a reissue of an older Kiss tribute album. It was originally called "Spin the Bottle," and I remember seeing it around that first time out.


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Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow
Review by Gary Hill

The debut disc by Jefferson Airplane, many tout this as being some kind of near perfect release.


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