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Jefferson Airplane

Live at the Fillmore Auditorium 10/15/66

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October 26, 2010

Grace Slick was the female face of psych rock. But she wasn't Jefferson Airplane's original frontwoman. This concert disc (one of four newly released shows) is the first official live album to feature Signe Anderson, whose style is more folk-blues mama than icy acid queen. Anderson belts out songs like "Chauffeur Blues," and elsewhere the Airplane reach cruising altitude on a nine-minute improvisation driven by throbbing bass lines.

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