Tag Archives: Jefferson Airplane

Is Past Prologue?

For the past several years rock and roll has become profoundly apolitical, particularly vis-à-vis the 1960s when, largely because the war in Vietnam, there was considerable engagement of performers. There were two signal albums of that period, one that came out in 1969 and the other in 1970, and both have Paul Kantner in common. … Continue reading Is Past Prologue?

Lester Bangs reviews Bark

Just added another Lester Bangs review to the Features page. This time it’s of the Jefferson Airplane album, Bark from the November 11, 1971 issue of the Stone (which happens to also contain the first installment of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by “Raoul Duke”). The next one will be a review of Black … Continue reading Lester Bangs reviews Bark