JEFFERSON STARSHIP | RED OCTOPUS (180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL/LIMITED EDITION)
Jefferson Airplane morphed successfully into Jefferson Starship in the
mid-seventies, their musicianship, and recorded output was enthusiastically
received and was a very important career move in the continuing story of these
Bay Area superstars.
Octopus surely helped award them fame even further as this amazing Jefferson
Starship LP went to number one and soon became one of the many platinum plus
ventures for this much loved and respected band. Their new formula worked
tremendously as this watershed release featured a plethora of chart topping
hits like Miracles, Play On Love, Fast Buck Freddie, and There Will Be Love.
band was rich with rock and roll history, consisting of Airplane mainstays Paul
Kantner, Grace Slick, Marty Balin, plus later Airplane alumnus David Freiberg
(Quicksilver), Papa John Creach, and Johnny Barbata (CSN+Y, Turtles), as well
as new additions Craig Chaquico and Pete Sears. Jefferson Starship truly
delivered the goods with Red Octopus as this album went on to quickly become a
classic rock masterpiece!
Music is no stranger to releasing some of the greatest music ever recorded by
Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship, Starship and Hot Tuna, so it is with
much honor to announce the masterwork Red Octopus by Jefferson Starship on 180
Gram Audiophile Vinyl. This limited edition masterpiece is now impeccably
mastered by Joe Reagoso from the original RCA/ Grunt Records tapes.
honor of our continuing 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl series on the Jefferson
Airplane/Jefferson Starship franchise, we are also issuing this wonderful album
with a very limited gatefold cover, which includes the original artwork
elements, plus the lyrics and photos as you remember them from the original
1975 release. As usual, you will also get a poly sleeve to protect your vinyl
investment, as well as a poly bag to protect the stunning album cover.
Octopus... Jefferson Starship... A Miracle for the audiophile vinyl domain...
exclusively from your friends at Friday Music.