Thirteen classic perfomances by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Jefferson Airplane, augmented by orginal interviews with the band members and photographs by famed photographer Jim Marshall.

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Thirteen classic perfomances by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Jefferson Airplane, augmented by orginal interviews with the band members and photographs by famed photographer Jim Marshall.

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Good Documentary on a Great Band
13 October 2004 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

This is a fascinating look at one of the finest bands of the late 1960's. The music alone was enough to keep me looking at this documentary and you also got to see the band's classic appearances on "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour". However, I do have a couple of criticisms. One is the fact that there is virtually no footage of their appearance at Woodstock, except for a few still photos. In fact, the only mention that it gets is in the extras section of the disc. The same could be said of their infamous appearance at Altamont. However, they do have footage from their appearance at Monterey, which they admitted was probably their favorite of all their festival appearances. Also, it probably would have been better if they had discussed all the factors which lead to their break up in 1973. Of course, this would have been a touchy subject, especially since it would have dealt with Paul Kantner and Grace Slick's very passionate relationship. Also, the jealousy that Marty Balin felt towards Slick would have probably opened up some old wounds as well. However, despite those facts, this was still a good look at the band.


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