Limited 180gm orange colored vinyl LP pressing. In 1973, Grace Slick and Paul Kantner formed Jefferson Starship with fellow Jefferson Airplane alumni David Freiberg, Papa John Creach, and John Barbata, as well as guitarist Craig Chaquico and Pete Sears on bass and keyboards. Airplane founding member Marty Balin also joined the band in 1975. Jefferson Starship released eight albums between 1974 and 1984. Each of them was certified gold or better and helped the band assemble a steady streak of classic hit singles such as "Count On Me,' "Jane," "Find Your Way Back, and "Miracles." Home to the hit single "Jane," 1979's Gold-certified Freedom at Point Zero was the project's fifth long player overall and first with new lead singer Mickey Thomas after the departure of Grace Slick and Marty Balin. The line-up here is rounded out by Kantner, Freiberg, Sears, Chaquico and Journey's Aynsley Dunbar.
Limited 180gm orange colored vinyl LP pressing. In 1973, Grace Slick and Paul Kantner formed Jefferson Starship with fellow Jefferson Airplane alumni David Freiberg, Papa John Creach, and John Barbata, as well as guitarist Craig Chaquico and Pete Sears on bass and keyboards. Airplane founding member Marty Balin also joined the band in 1975. Jefferson Starship released eight albums between 1974 and 1984. Each of them was certified gold or better and helped the band assemble a steady streak of classic hit singles such as "Count On Me,' "Jane," "Find Your Way Back, and "Miracles." Home to the hit single "Jane," 1979's Gold-certified Freedom at Point Zero was the project's fifth long player overall and first with new lead singer Mickey Thomas after the departure of Grace Slick and Marty Balin. The line-up here is rounded out by Kantner, Freiberg, Sears, Chaquico and Journey's Aynsley Dunbar.
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Freedom At Point Zero (Audp) [Colored Vinyl] (Gate) [Limited Edition]
Artist: Jefferson Starship
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm orange colored vinyl LP pressing. In 1973, Grace Slick and Paul Kantner formed Jefferson Starship with fellow Jefferson Airplane alumni David Freiberg, Papa John Creach, and John Barbata, as well as guitarist Craig Chaquico and Pete Sears on bass and keyboards. Airplane founding member Marty Balin also joined the band in 1975. Jefferson Starship released eight albums between 1974 and 1984. Each of them was certified gold or better and helped the band assemble a steady streak of classic hit singles such as "Count On Me,' "Jane," "Find Your Way Back, and "Miracles." Home to the hit single "Jane," 1979's Gold-certified Freedom at Point Zero was the project's fifth long player overall and first with new lead singer Mickey Thomas after the departure of Grace Slick and Marty Balin. The line-up here is rounded out by Kantner, Freiberg, Sears, Chaquico and Journey's Aynsley Dunbar.