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  1. ^ Something that can be said about Paul Kantner - he seemed to always welcome new and various bandmates, while still pursuing his visions.
  2. A very complex history to Jefferson Airplane / Starship, with no real timelines and constantly changing members. Even Grace Slick's jump from Great Society to Jefferson Airplane was odd - as her then husband Jerry Slick formed that band, and his brother Darby wrote "Someone (Somebody) to Love". Jerry was an amateur drummer, but I enjoyed his work amid this early pschydelia none the less. Do you remember what members referred to themselves as "Jefferson Starship" at that show? I know Grateful Dead and CSN members were contributing at that time. I believe Spencer Dryden was out by then, and Joey Covington was the new drummer. Not sure if Pappa John Creach was in, yet - but he played with all of them during this transition. Marty Balin would join Hot Tuna onstage, although their style seemed out of place for him. Thanks!
  3. Signe Toly Anderson, the original female vocalist in Jefferson Airplane, died on the same day as Paul Kantner. Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, who continue to tour together as Hot Tuna, are in excellent health and spirits.
  4. Most durable QB in the NFL. 2 time SB MVP. Never shot anyone, hit a woman, or killed hundreds of dogs. Nuff said.
  5. ^ As much as I admire the Baltimore Ravens for building a contending team with one of the best ever defenses, in such a short period after inception, the sudden departure of the Cleveland Browns to create this team was a sad day in the NFL. At least the records and name were left in Cleveland, and that team was re-established a few years after. The AFC North has long been a hard fighting division to be in.
  6. ^ I don't keep notes or memorabelia on shows - but 85 was probable. Like I said, we had no idea what these guys were going to play, but were naïve enough to think there was going to be Zep songs mixed in. The closest we got was the bow solo, which actually felt out of place considering what they were doing. We had seen Chris Slade with David Gilmore around that same time, and were big into Bad Co. - so the overall personnel was a thrill to see. I hadn't heard about Tony Franklin before - but personally, I was digging on his style. Page played fine, but seemed more a piece of the overall sound than the centerpiece. This was the only time I had seen him play. I don't remember how we got such close seats, but the sound did not seem blaring or muddled. Us hooligans had a good time, considering...
  7. ^ Haha, I just noticed you are from Smithtown. We had close seats, too - and might have been on the same train, even! My friend and future bro-in-law, told the other guys on the train "we would spit in their faces on the way back", if the Firm didn't do all the Zep tunes they said they heard they would. I was mortified. If that was you, my apologies!
  8. Gotcha. It seemed to work live, though. We went to that show hearing all sorts of rumors (no internet, back then) that Page was going to take over and play mostly Zep tunes. Obviously, that didn't happen. But because of Franklin's funk and improvision, along with the others' talent, and Page did fine - it was overall better than expected. When I heard there was tapings of Page's collaboration with Chris Squire, I looked into it hoping for some of the same - but I didn't feel there was much of anything to enjoy, there.
  9. ^ Yeah, but music and how it was presented changed so drastically in the 80's. Music videos and other dickishness. Most bands from the late 60's/early 70's took a nosedive, had member changes, or just went away. The later versions of Sabbath didn't fit Ward's style as much. We'll never know how a complete Zep would have fared.
  10. Can anyone here explain why there are 9 one o'clock games, and only 2 four o'clock games this week?
  11. I saw them once, and thought he was excellent.
  12. ^ Corks are a poppin'...
  13. ^ Yeah, I saw this "Game of Thrones" stout at the supermarket, and passed. Even if I was a fan of the show, it seems gimmicky - not sure if that is an established brewery? I did try a local stout on tap - Blue Point Sour Cherry Stout, that was simply out of this world. I've never cared for fruity flavors in beers, but this was definitely an exception. I see the beer place carries it - but at 9 bucks for a (20 ounce?) bottle, that's not something I'll be buying very often.
  14. ^ How does a guy fairly new to the NFL make the kind of demands and decisions he did this season, and expect to stay when everything backfires? He pushed a lot of good players out - that the team must have invested in, previous years. It might take years now for them to be competitive again. GOODY!
  15. Really bad day for Romo - 3 INT's early, then reinjures shoulder. So I hear.