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Watch now Jefferson Airplane's video clip of album "Winterland 1970 - Tapes From The Mothership".
On Sunday night, October 4, 1970, the Airplane played the first of two headlining evenings at Winterland, sharing the bill with The Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, The New Riders of the Purple Sage (with ex-Airplane drummer Spencer Dryden), and of course, Hot Tuna. The concert was simulcast on KSAN-FM in stereo, and also televised on public television station KQED, with a quadrophonic signal broadcast on KQED-FM. Marty Balin would not sing again as an active member of Jefferson Airplane until their short-lived reunion album and tour of 1989. The simulcast of the concert ensured that high quality tapes were in circulation the very next day, and it was not long before bootleg albums surfaced. The next night, Jefferson Airplane returned to Winterland without Balin.
All the tracks from album Winterland 1970 - Tapes From The Mothership of Jefferson Airplane. Jefferson Airplane - Winterland 1970 - Tapes From The Mothership photo images watch: Release title: Jefferson Airplane - Winterland 1970 - Tapes From The Mothership. Style of release: Acid Rock music Folk Rock music Psychedelic Rock music. All materials are provided for educational purposes.
Another 9 titles followed before they in 1970 created the "farm pig" logo and the TMQ label was a fact and they began fastening round fluorescent stickers on the outside of their rubber stamped jackets which read 'Trade Mark Of Quality,' and bore the profile of a farm pig. The Frank Zappa - 200 Motels release was the first to bear such a sticker. Over time, custom pig labels were added along with xerox insert covers. In late 1971 the two split up the partnership and started a "friendly competition". 71014 – Paul Simon – The Paul Simon Solo Album. 71015 – The Beatles – Complete Christmas Collection 1963 – 69. 71016 – Rod Stewart & the Faces – Plynth. 1810 – Jefferson Airplane – Winterland 1970, Tapes from The Mothership. 1811 – Rolling Stones – Live'r Than You'll Ever Be. 1812 – Rolling Stones – London Roundhouse.
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Last Stand At Winterland 1970 Radio Broadcast (2xLP, Unofficial, Cle).
Tapes From The Mothership (LP, Unofficial, Bla). Mammary Presentations, Trade Mark Of Quality. MM 6, MM6. Jefferson Airplane. Tapes From The Mothership (LP, Unofficial, Gre). Musician performer: Jefferson Airplane. Title: Winterland 1970 - Tapes From The Mothership. Country: US. Date of release: 1971. Style: Acid Rock, Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock.
|A1||Have You Seen The Saucers|
|A3||Up And Down|
|A4||The Old Man|
|B2||You Wear Your Dresses Too Short|
|B3||We Can Be Together|
- Recorded At – Winterland
NotesSource: Winterland, San Francisco – October 4, 1970 – KSAN FM radio broadcast
Pink cover, red vinyl.
|TMOQ 71038||Jefferson Airplane||Winterland 1970 - Tapes From The Mothership (LP, Unofficial, Yel)||Trade Mark Of Quality||TMOQ 71038||US||1971|
|MM 6||Jefferson Airplane||Tapes From The Mothership (LP, Unofficial, Yel)||Mammary Presentations||MM 6||US||1971|
|LFMCD525||Jefferson Airplane||Last Stand At Winterland (1970 Radio Broadcast) (CD, Unofficial)||Leftfield Media||LFMCD525||2014|
|LETV181LP||Jefferson Airplane||Last Stand At Winterland 1970 Radio Broadcast (2xLP, Unofficial, Cle)||Let Them Eat Vinyl||LETV181LP||UK||2015|
|TMOQ 1810, MM 6||Jefferson Airplane||Winterland 1970 - Tapes From The Mothership (LP, Unofficial, Gre)||Trade Mark Of Quality, Mammary Presentations||TMOQ 1810, MM 6||US||1973|