Jefferson Airplane: Fly Jefferson Airplane

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Overview

Jefferson Airplane made a name for itself as one of the very best psychedelic bands of the hippie scene in the late '60s. This release collects performances by the band at a variety of television appearances as well as in concert. The film includes a version of "White Rabbit," from The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, a rendition of "Somebody to Love," from their historic appearance at the Monterey Pop Festival, and a performance of "Embryonic Journey," at their induction into the...
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Overview

Jefferson Airplane made a name for itself as one of the very best psychedelic bands of the hippie scene in the late '60s. This release collects performances by the band at a variety of television appearances as well as in concert. The film includes a version of "White Rabbit," from The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, a rendition of "Somebody to Love," from their historic appearance at the Monterey Pop Festival, and a performance of "Embryonic Journey," at their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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Special Features

Bonus interview footage; Photo gallery
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/21/2004
  • UPC: 801213006595
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Eagle Rock Ent
  • Region Code: 14
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:51:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 13,315

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
The Jefferson Airplane
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. The San Francisco Scene [6:13]
2. Grace [5:25]
3. Monterey Pop Festival [5:48]
4. Hittin the Big Time [3:41]
5. Martha [4:13]
6. Smothers Brothers [5:11]
7. Lather [4:26]
8. New York City Rooftop [9:46]
9. Six Musicians in Search of an Arrangement [10:13]
10. Up Against the Wall [7:41]
11. Joey [5:02]
12. 2400 Fulton Street [5:05]
13. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame [5:26]
14. Credits [2:17]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Chapters
   Set Up
      Audio: Dolby Digital Stereo
      Audio: Extrapolated Dolby 5.1 (Where Available)
      Subtitles: None
      Subtitles: Spansih
      Subtitles: French
   Bonus
      How It Began
      Billy Graham
      Glenn McKay
      Maurice
      Woodstock
      Altamont
      Photo Gallery
   Play Performances Only
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    At Last!

    This is a good start on the many filmed & televised appearances of Jefferson Airplane, and it is a good sampling of them but not enough. While there are exerpts of the PBS specials "A Night at Family Dog" & "Go Ride the Music," there are many songs from those not included. Missing also are any of the Tonight Show appearances and noticibly absent is the post-Woodstock appearance on Dick Cavett when he held up taping of the show for hours while arguing with network censors who were ready to bleep lyrics. But what is here is precious, including two Smother's Brothers appearances, promotional films and the first ever release of the famous 1968 New York rooftop performance filmed by Goddard and Pennbaker for the film "One A.M." If you are a fan, get it. If you want to know why this band was THE premier American underground band of the sixties, who set and measured the tone of the decade, get it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Incredible DVD!

    Incredible DVD! Man those were the years, and I never missed a Jefferson Airplane concert! The Airplane was THE ultimate ¿flower power¿ Band, and all extremely talented musicians, and really cool cats. It was great watching Grace Slick and her good friend Janis Joplin grow and blossom in the music business during the 60¿s, and they each did it their own way. Thank goodness this DVD came out, because the Airplane was truly a live concert - visual band, not a studio band, and this DVD really delivers the experience! Thanks Grace, Marty, Paul, Jorma, Spencer, the coolest bass player on the Planet, Jack Casady, and ALL, for the great years, the great music, and your massive contributions.

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