this is funny: i always thought that everybody knows and owns this record, but today i found out it is rather rare. jefferson airplane live in a rehearsal jam at the winterland in 1967, one long seamless track capturing the band in exactly what the title says, a rehearsal situation, fragments and free flight.
in 1967 jefferson airplane of course were grace slick (vocals), marty balin (guitar and vocals), paul kantner (guitar and vocals), jorma kaukonen (guitar and vocals), jack casady on bass and spencer dryden on drums, though i can not tell if they were all present at these rehearsal jams.
this cd probably was released in 1988 on the luxembourg document label as DR 020 CD and is missing in their discography on discogs, fuck yeah! the recordings are mentioned on the jefferson airplane discussion board and at guitars101, but the cover can be found here for the first time ever; except for an obscure page on amazon, that is.
so this is what you get: a 45 minutes track including rehearsal versions of
- it's allright
- won't you try / saturday afternoon
- won't you try
(mp3 / all scans included / direct download)