|Entered by||Hamilton, Greg & Diana|
|Disc Counts||1 / 1|
|Source Summary||SBD > MR > Cass > DAT > CDR > WAV > CDR; via EAC/trade from Morgan Evans; EAC > minor wav editing> CDWAV > seeking SHN by Rick Lepley; Uploaded by Andy Lepley; note shn set is labelled as 10/28/69, but material typically circulates as 10/21/68|
|07/07/2001||Robert||The dates on the list do not match the text. The text is the correct date. Peace. Robert|
In the past, this material has been more commonly listed as 10/21/68.
In reality, it could of course be neither date, or even be a compilation of dates. Information in support of the "new" date attribution given in the shn set
would be welcome here, thanks!
Whatever the date(s), it's interesting material. :)
A little searching brought up a JAbase page (last update 2/29/00) with this comment under the "mislabeled tapes" section: "Oct 21 1968 - Airplane House Jam
These tapes appear to be a mix of 2 Hot Tuna Matrix shows from 1969 and
Mickey and the Hartbeats from the Matrix, late 1968." However, there is no mention on the page of 10/28/69.
Following up on the Hot Tuna lead, Tunabase has a listing for 10/21/68 (presumably for the material here), but nothing listed- Matrix or otherwise- for 10/28/69. So, dead end there too on the 10/28/69 attribution...
|04/11/2002||Alan Topal||Jerry isn't playing on tracks 3 & 4. He returns part-way through track 5, which is really just tuning, not a "jam".|
|07/12/2002||Jim Van Houten||Hadn't the Airplane moved out of Fulton Street by 10/69??|
re: last comment
Rolling Stone - Nov 12, 1970 (RS 70) Ben Fong-Torres writes in his intro to cover story, "The Rolling Stone Interview with Grace Slick, "A couple of weeks ago - after Jimi, before Janis - Annie Leibowitz, the photographer, and I went to the Airplane mansion for the interview..."
I don't hear Jorma anywhere on the tape. Guess he could be mixed low, but I doubt it.
The guitarist with Jerry jamming on track 6 is Harvey Mandel. He has a unique style that make him pretty recognizable. Easiest to hear is the playing with volume: at times it almost sound like pedal steel. I also matched a number of riffs to tunes from his solo lps and work with other bands.
I'll reserve judgment until I've compared Jerry's playing here with a few more performances.
|03/16/2008||sotm53092||10-28-39(12687) and 10-21-69(4503) both have the same text file as well as the same md5's. Either date could be correct, but the tapes are the same.|