Category: Rock

Rock And Roll Island - Jefferson Airplane - Bark (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Jefferson Airplane "Rock & Roll Island": Can you make it to the island rock and roll island in the middle of the time seas back thru time.
  2. Released two years after their remarkable album Volunteers, this record marked a steady downturn for Jefferson Airplane. With most of the original members were gone, the band lost their focus. It shows in eleven songs that are little more than standard arena rock fare. The standout track "Pretty As You Feel" saves the album.
  3. Apr 28,  · From the Stacks: Jefferson Airplane – Bark» I used to own the original lp in the bag but didn't care for the music except Kantner's "War Movie" - love that track! Feel, War Movie, and Third Week In the Chelsea are all standout songs well worth hearing with an honorable mention to Rock And Roll Island.
  4. Label: Grunt (3) - FTR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Indianapolis Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock Jefferson Airplane - Bark (, Indianapolis Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5().
  5. Jefferson Airplane is the eighth and final studio album by San Francisco rock band Jefferson Airplane, released on Epic Records in Marty Balin, Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady all returned for the album and supporting tour, though Spencer Dryden did not participate. The album and accompanying tour would mark the last time Jefferson Airplane would .
  6. STEREO VINYL LP! Jefferson Airplane: Bark! Grunt Records Release! TRACKS: A1. When the Earth Moves Again; A2. Feel So Good; A3. Crazy Miranda; A4. Pretty as You Feel; A5. Wild Turkey; B1. Law Man; B2. Rock and Roll Island; B3. Third Week in the Chelsea; B4. Never Argue With a German If You're Tired or European Song; B5. Thunk; & B6. War Movie/5(56).
  7. It's hard to believe this was the next JA album after Volunteers. Then, with two years passing, two members of the band leaving (including founder Marty Balin), remaining members clearly more interested in their side-projects, and a hell of a lot of substance abuse, I guess it shouldn't be too surprising/5(56).