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Live in Central Park: May 12, 1975


Download links and information about Live in Central Park: May 12, 1975 by Jefferson Starship. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:38:25 minutes.

Artist: Jefferson Starship
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:38:25
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No. Title Length
1. Intro - Ride the Tiger (Live) 7:36
2. Stage Announcements - Fast Buck Freddie (Live) 5:08
3. The Witcher (Live) 5:12
4. Stage Announcements - Devil's Den (Live) 9:05
5. Caroline (Live) 7:55
6. You're Driving Me Crazy (Live) 6:50
7. Papa John's Down Home Blues (Live) 5:01
8. Play on Love (Live) 4:21
9. Better Lying Down (Live) 4:36
10. Have You Seen the Saucers 4:34
11. Come to Life 5:17
12. White Rabbit (Live) 3:23
13. Stage Announcements (Live) 1:24
14. Sweeter Than Honey (Live) 14:09
15. Somebody to Love (Live) 7:32
16. Volunteers (Live) 6:22



Real Gone's double-disc collection Live in Central Park, NYC May 12, 1975 finds Jefferson Starship in a transitional phase. They had only one LP to the Jefferson Starship name — 1974's Dragon Fly; Red Octopus, the album that firmly established this incarnation as its own entity, had been completed but not released — so they were still relying heavily on the Jefferson Airplane catalog for this 15-song set, closing out the concert with "White Rabbit," "Sweeter Than Honey," "Somebody to Love," and "Volunteers." They may have been drawing on the past but they were sounding very mid-'70s, relying on thick, heavy guitars and extended instrumental sections that felt grittier than psychedelia. Of course, that grittiness is unintentionally emphasized on this release via the insanely thin audio quality; this sounds grainy and brittle, as if it were recorded off an AM radio. Nevertheless, the performance is powerful enough to make it worth hearing, at least for hardcore fans who can see through the aural flaws and appreciate a strong show from a band that was on the cusp of change.