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Live in Central Park NYC May 12,1975

Live in Central Park NYC May 12,1975

Artist: Jefferson Starship

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DISC: 1

1. Intro-Ride the Tiger
2. Stage Announcement-Fast Buck Freddie
3. The Witcher
4. Stage Announcement-Devil's Den
5. Caroline
6. Driving Me Crazy
7. Papa Creach's Down Home Blues

DISC: 2

1. Play on Love
2. Better Lying Down
3. Have You Seen the Saucers
4. Come to Life
5. White Rabbit
6. Stage Announcements
7. Sweeter Than Honey
8. Somebody to Love
9. Volunteers

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Sbme/Real Gone Music
Rel. Date: 09/03/2013
UPC: 848064001836

More Info:

New York City 1975. The city is teetering on bankruptcy, mere months away from President Ford's infamous "Drop dead" speech. And over 100,000 well-lubricated fans attend a free concert by Jefferson Starship in Central Park. What could go wrong? Actually, unless you were a tree, not much (a constant theme of the concert is threats by the police and park staff to shut down the show unless fans get out of the trees, and the Starship and the concert sponsor, WNEW-FM, had to pony up for park repairs after the event). This is the Starship on the eve of the release of Red Octopus, mere months away from ascending commercial heights never attained by the Airplane, and the band is absolutely on fire there s a reason this concert ranks among the most treasured bootlegs in Airplane or Starship tape collector circles.

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