Marty Balin – Live At The Boston Esplanade
Live June 14, 2008. Rock & Roll hall of famer Marty Balin, formerly of The Jefferson Airplane and The Jefferson Starship, is one of the key personalities of the San Franciscan sound that also launched The Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Steve Miller Band and Janis Joplin. Recorded on June 14, 2008 at the beautiful Hatch Shell in Boston, this is the first solo DVD from Balin and features "Volunteers." "3/5ths of a Mile In Ten Seconds," "White Rabbit," "Somebody To Love" (with Didi Stewart on vocals for those Grace Slick classics), a version of Marty Balin singing "Somebody To Love" (the first time ever on a commercial release), "Today" and "Summer Of Love," as well as Balin's Jefferson Starship hits "Miracles," "Count On Me," "Runaway," along with his 1980 solo hit "Hearts" and a cover of Bruce Cockburn's "Rocket Launcher." It is the ultimate fan package featuring interview footage with original Jefferson Airplane lead singer Signe Anderson and the two authorities on all things Airplane/Starship rock journalists Jeff Tamarkin and Craig Fenton.