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Jefferson Airplane / Starship
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Jefferson Airplane was a San Francisco, California-based band who pioneered the American counterculture movement as well as psychedelic rock. Formed in 1965, the group defined the San Francisco Sound and was the first from the Bay Area to achieve international commercial success. The "classic" line-up of Jefferson Airplane remained stable from 1967 to early 1970, and consisted of Marty Balin, Jack Casady, Spencer Dryden, Paul Kantner, Jorma Kaukonen, and Grace Slick. The group broke up in 1972, and essentially split into the two bands, Hot Tuna and Jefferson Starship.
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Jefferson Airplane — Long John Silver Jefferson Airplane — Long John Silver
(Grunt FTR-1007, 1972, LP)
Jefferson Airplane — Bark Jefferson Airplane — Bark
(Grunt FTR-1001, 1971, LP)
Jefferson Airplane — Bless Its Pointed Little Head Jefferson Airplane — Bless Its Pointed Little Head
(RCA Victor LSP-4133, 1969, LP)
Jefferson Airplane — Volunteers Jefferson Airplane — Volunteers
(RCA Victor LSP-4238, 1969, LP)
Jefferson Airplane — Crown of Creation Jefferson Airplane — Crown of Creation
(RCA Victor LSP-4058, 1968, LP)
Jefferson Airplane — After Bathing at Baxter's Jefferson Airplane — After Bathing at Baxter's
(RCA Victor LOP-1511, 1967, LP)
Jefferson Airplane — Surrealistic Pillow Jefferson Airplane — Surrealistic Pillow
(RCA Victor LSP-3766, 1967, LP)
Jefferson Airplane — Takes Off Jefferson Airplane — Takes Off
(RCA Victor LSP-3584, 1966, LP)

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