January 29, 2016

Another One!


Jefferson Airplane/Starship was such a major part of my life. I remember very few occasions that didn't have Red Octopus playing in the background. There was also Joni Mitchell, Jim Croce, John Denver, Queen, Fleetwood Mac...but our stereo could handle 5 LP's at once. Guaranteed a Airplane or Starship was one of them.

January is almost over and maybe the harvest of major players in the music world will calm for awhile but I will miss the talent of Paul Kentner.

There is one hell of a good band being created in the after-life. Let me know when tickets go on sale!

9 comments:

  1. It does seem like there's an Afterlife Mega-tour being planned ....

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    1. Hopefully, we'll catch it on the re-united tour. While it sounds fun, I'm willing to miss this one.

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  2. If you make it to heaven, tix are free!

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    1. If one is not in heaven, do you think hell grants furloughs for kick-ass concerts?

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  3. They're all coming together in the after-life. Can you imagine all the great concerts we're going to attend? :)

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  4. octopus ,it is fascinating to think about the wonderful world of sea creatures ,i saw sea for really few times but with strange fear of its depth which seemed uncertain and endless pulling me towards its deep unknown world, hope by the when i will visit it often my fear will be less because i will know it more closely

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    1. The ocean does have it mysteries. Maybe that's what makes it so awesome.

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  5. They're all going aren't they? Little by little. We're all getting old and that stinks. Marty Balin of Jefferson Airplane has an art gallery in St. Augustine, Florida. Ray has met him a few times. Loved the Airplane!

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