Jefferson Airplane - Takes Off FLAC album
Jefferson Airplane Takes Off" was the maiden voyage that took off in the early fall months of 1966
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The debut Jefferson Airplane album was dominated by singer Marty Balin, who wrote or co-wrote all the original material and sang most of the lead vocals in his heartbreaking tenor with Paul Kantner and Signe Anderson providing harmonies and backup. Anderson's lead vocal on "Chauffeur Blues" indicated she was at least the equal of her successor, Grace Slick, as a belter.
Jefferson Airplane Loves You is a three-CD boxed set of recordings by the San Francisco rock band Jefferson Airplane with extensive liner notes by Jeff Tamarkin, author of the Jefferson Airplane history Got a Revolution: The Turbulent Flight of Jefferson Airplane. Many of the tracks are previously unreleased live recordings or studio rehearsals, but several are lifted from prior Jefferson Airplane albums. A song by The Great Society, Grace Slick's original band, appears on the first CD.
While Takes Off is certainly not Pet Sounds or Rubber Soul, it is filled with delightful three part harmonies that are both intrinsically and beautifully sung, an album that existed in that fragile moment in time, a time that may not come again for another several generations. This was a deeply considered album at this stage in recording history, hands down, the mono version is absolutely the best, as the recording space was constructed and considered to capture the band’s sound in mono surroundings. As with The Beatles, stereo was a secondary consideration. Signe Toly Anderson, the group's original lead singer, died at the age of 74. She sang on the band's 1966 debut album Jefferson Airplane Takes Off before leaving the group to be replaced by Grace Slick.
The group's debut LP Jefferson Airplane Takes Off was released in September 1966. The d album included John D. Loudermilk's "Tobacco Road" and Dino Valente's "Let's Get Together", as well as original ballads "It's No Secret" and "Come Up the Years". Despite the fact that the group had neither performed outside the Bay Area nor appeared on TV, the album garnered considerable attention in the United States and sold well enough to earn a gold record award.
Singles from Jefferson Airplane Takes Off. "It's No Secret" b/w "Runnin' Round This World" Released: February 1966. Come Up the Years", "Blues from an Airplane" Released: May 1966. Bringing Me Down", "Let Me In" Released: August 1966. Jefferson Airplane Takes Off is the debut album of American rock band Jefferson Airplane, released in August 1966 as RCA Victor LSP-3584 (stereo) & LPM-3584 (mono).
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). To understand it's significance, the reader really must go back and listen to the banal, simplistic music that was out in 1966, like the Young Rascal's "Good Lovin" or "Ballad of the Green Berets" ( Billboard hit of '66) for example to hear how REALLY different "JA Takes Off" was. The Jefferson Airplane was an outgrowth of the early sixties folk music craze, yes Bob Dylan, but Joan Baez, Peter, Paul and Mary, etc.
Jefferson Airplane Takes Off. Duration: 49:13 Year: 1966. 0:00 ? Jefferson Airplane albums.
Takes Off is a music studio album recording by JEFFERSON AIRPLANE (ve Rock) released in 1966 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Jefferson Airplane Takes Off Extra tracks · Remastered Sony Music Canada Inc. 2003. Takes Off by Jefferson Airplane (2013-09-09) Culture Factory. Cleared For Take Off by Jefferson Airplane (2003-10-03) Acrobat (2003-10-03).