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Jefferson Airplane - Signes Last,The Fillmore,San Francisco 1966 ak320
Marty Balin died Sept.28th in Tampa, Florida
The dark-eyed, baby-faced Balin was an ex-folk musician who formed the Airplane in 1965 and within two years was at the heart of a nationwide wave that briefly rivaled the Beatles' influence and even helped inspire the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper" album. The Airplane was the breakout act among such San Francisco-based artists as the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin, many of whom played early shows at the Matrix, a ballroom Balin helped run and for which the Airplane served as house band. Balin met folk musician Paul Kantner at another local club, the Drinking Gourd. Kantner, a native San Franciscan, had started out performing on the Bay Area folk circuit in the early 1960s Balin and Kantner then recruited other musicians to form the house band at the Matrix. After hearing female vocalist Signe Toly Anderson at the Drinking Gourd, Balin invited her to be the group's co-lead singer. Anderson sang with the band for a year and performed on their first album before departing in October 1966 after the birth of her first child
The following night, Anderson's replacement Grace Slick made her first appearance. Slick was already well known to the band—she had attended the Airplane's debut gig at the Matrix in 1965 and her previous group, the Great Society, had supported the Airplane in concert.
Bill Graham took over from Bill Thompson as manager. In January the group made their first visit to the East Coast. On January 14, alongside the Grateful Dead and Quicksilver Messenger Service, Later In a incident at a concert in Amsterdam, while the Airplane was performing "Plastic Fantastic Lover", Doors singer Jim Morrison, under the influence of a combination of Drugs, appeared on stage and began dancing "like a pinwheel". As the group played faster and faster, Morrison spun around wildly until he finally fell senseless on the stage at Marty Balin's feet. Morrison was unable to perform his set with the Doors and was hospitalized.. Later at Altamont Marty Balin was knocked out during a scuffle with Hells Angels members who had been hired to act as "security. The fatal stabbing of black teenager Meredith Hunter in front of the stage after he pulled out a revolver during the Stones' performance. Gimme Shelter The Players were definitely way up in the mix and in time
The Airplane was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996, but Balin would long have mixed feelings.
mp3 ak320 [132 mb]
02 3/5th Of A Mile In 10 Seconds
03 It's Alright
04 Tobacco Road
05 Come Up The Years
06 Go To Her
07 Fat Angel
08 And I Like It
09 Midnight Hour
10 Goodbye to Signe
11 Chauffeur Blues
12 High Flying Bird
13 Goodbye to Signe
Signe Toly Anderson - vocals (Died 2016)
Marti Balin - vocals (Died 2018)
Jorma Kaukonen - guitar
Paul Kantner - guitar(Died 2016)
Jack Casady - bass
Spencer Dryden - drums(Died 2005)
Marty Balin died Thursday Sept. 28 2018. Spencer Dryden died of colon cancer on January 11, 2005.
Both Signe Anderson and Paul Kantner died on January 28, 2016