Jefferson Airplane: Box Set Series

Jefferson Airplane SKU: 27517833
Jefferson Airplane: Box Set Series

Jefferson Airplane: Box Set Series

Jefferson Airplane SKU: 27517833

Format: CD

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Title: Box Set Series
Artist: Jefferson Airplane
Label: Sony
UPC: 888750201928
Genre: Rock

Jefferson Airplane had the good fortune (or maybe the ill fortune) of arriving on the pop scene at the end of the 1960s when rock was just beginning to flex it's political and artistic side, and being based in hippie-central San Francisco, the band went from being a ragged folk-rock group to being an experimental one, and all the shackles were thrown off in the studio, which is probably why, of all the San Francisco groups of the era, they have perhaps the most uneven catalogue.This four-disc. 44-track box set collects the group's key sides, from the early hits "White Rabbit" and "Somebody to Love" to the defiantly rebellious "Volunteers" and the graceful "Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon." When all was said and done, the group's legacy seems pretty much locked into the '60s ethos and doesn't translate all that well into the 21st century, but the hazy nostalgia factor of those times makes this band appear to be more than maybe it actually was, Most of what the Airplane did is here, including six live tracks, so a listen should prove the case one way or the other.

1.1 It's No Secret (2:39)
1.2 Blues From An Airplane (2:11)
1.3 Let Me In (2:57)
1.4 Come Up The Years (2:32)
1.5 Runnin' 'Round This World (2:24)
1.6 White Rabbit (2:31)
1.7 She Has Funny Cars (3:09)
1.8 Somebody To Love (2:56)
1.9 Today (2:59)
1.10 Plastic Fantastic Lover (2:35)
1.11 Comin' Back To Me (5:16)
2.1 The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil (4:35)
2.2 A Small Package of Value Will Come To You Shortly (1:34)
2.3 Young Girl Sunday Blues (3:34)
2.4 Watch Her Ride (3:12)
2.5 Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon (5:03)
2.6 Lather (2:57)
2.7 Crown Of Creation (2:54)
2.8 Triad (4:55)
2.9 If You Feel (3:22)
2.10 Greasy Heart (3:27)
2.11 We Can Be Together (5:48)
3.1 Volunteers (2:04)
3.2 Good Shepherd (4:23)
3.3 Wooden Ships (6:25)
3.4 Eskimo Blue Day (6:34)
3.5 When The Earth Moves Again (3:56)
3.6 Feel So Good (4:39)
3.7 Pretty As You Feel (4:30)
3.8 Third Week In The Chelsea (4:35)
3.9 Lawman (2:43)
3.10 Long John Silver (4:23)
3.11 Milk Train (3:18)
4.1 Trial By Fire (4:33)
4.2 Eat Starch Mom (4:35)
4.3 Common Market Madrigal (2:46)
4.4 Summer Of Love (4:17)
4.5 The Last Wall Of The Castle (2:42)
4.6 The Other Side of This Life (6:47)
4.7 Have You Seen The Saucers (4:21)
4.8 Twilight Double Leader (5:23)
4.9 3/5 of a Mile In 10 Seconds (5:29)
4.10 Uncle Sam Blues (6:07)
4.11 House At Pooneil Corners (9:20)
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