Jefferson Airplane - Live At The Fillmore Auditorium (10/15/66) Late Show - Signe's Farewell album flac
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Written-By – Jack Casady, Jorma Kaukonen, Marty Balin, Paul Kantner, Signe Anderson, Spencer Dryden
|2||3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds
Written-By – Marty Balin
|3||Runnin' Round This World
Written-By – Marty Balin, Paul Kantner
Written-By – John D. Loudermilk
|5||Come Up The Years
Written-By – Marty Balin, Paul Kantner
|6||Go To Her
Written-By – Irving Estes, Paul Kantner
Written-By – Donovan Leitch*
|8||And I Like It
Written-By – Jorma Kaukonen, Marty Balin
Written-By – Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett
|10||Goodbye To Signe 1||2:23|
Written-By – Lester Melrose
|12||High Flyin' Bird
Written-By – Billy Edd Wheeler
|13||Goodbye To Signe 2||1:03|
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|6004||Jefferson Airplane||Live At The Fillmore Auditorium 10/15/66 (Late Show - Signe's Farewell) (CD, Album)||Collectors' Choice Music Live||6004||US||2010|
Jefferson Airplane 1966-11-06 1st and Last Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco October 15 1966 Signe's last 1. Live At The Fillmore Auditorium 10/15/66 (Late Show - Signe's Farewell).
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On 10/15/1966, Signe Anderson performed her last concert with the Airplane. This late concert starts with a Jam with Jorma, Jack, Spencer (who took over for Skippy, who would later form Moby Grape), and Paul. The closest thing to this jam would be later recorded in the studio on "After Bathing at Baxters", as a song called "Spare Chaynge". So on this album, it was goodbye to Signe, and (cont. One person found this helpful.
The historical significance of this archival live recording is signaled in the subtitle, "Signe's Farewell," as this performance by Jefferson Airplane at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco on October 15, 1966, marks the final one for the band's original "girl singer" (as Marty Balin puts it), Signe Anderson. It is also very much a band led by Balin, whose high-tenor wail dominates the vocals, notably on a version of the yet-to-be-recorded "3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds" that is slower than the one soon to appear on the second Airplane album, Surrealistic Pillow.
A pioneer of the psychedelic rock movement, Jefferson Airplane was the first band from the San Francisco scene to achieve mainstream commercial and critical success.
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Anderson's last live performances with the Jefferson Airplane were two sets on October 15, 1966 at The Fillmore. Both performances were recorded (as were most Fillmore shows) and have surfaced on some bootleg albums. At what seemed to be the end of the second set, Marty Balin announced that Anderson was leaving the group Later life. After leaving the Airplane, Anderson returned to Oregon where she sang for nine years with a ten-piece band, Carl Smith and the Natural Gas Company. In the mid 1970s she recovered from cancer
Jefferson Airplane, Album. Live at the Fillmore Auditorium 10/16/66: Early & Late Shows: Grace's Debut. This was the engagement during which the Airplane's original female singer, Signe Anderson, gave way to Grace Slick. Anderson performed on the first two nights (the late show of the second providing the archival album Live at the Fillmore Auditorium 10/15/66: Late Show - Signe's Farewell, released simultaneously with this album in 2010), and Slick took over on Sunday night; the early show and the 43-minute late show are. presented here
Live At the Fillmore Auditorium 10/15/66 (Late Show - Signe's Farewell). Return to the Matrix (Live 0. 1. Jefferson Airplane made their debut at the Matrix on August 13, 1965, and began performing at the club regularly. They attracted favorable press attention, which - at a time when folk-rock performers like Sonny & Cher, We Five, Bob Dylan, the Byrds, the Beau Brummels, and the Turtles were all over the charts - led to record company interest.