Fly, Jefferson Airplane This was just released 9/21/04, and I got around to viewing it Saturday and it hasn't left my player. Finally, us displaced (younger) fans of this era are treated to a nice montage of Jefferson Airplane live and television performances. Aside of the Monterey Pop Festival, I hadn't seen any of the performances on this dvd. The dvd plays like a concert film, although some frivolous lip-synched tv performances are sprinkled about. Outlining the film, is some brief, mild documentary with the now aging band members. Pretty light stuff, for those who have read Got a Revolution! There is though a Play Performances Only selection. One of the highlights is High Flyin' Bird (Still love Signe Toly's version from Takes Off re-issue though) from the Monterey Pop Festival and demonstrates Slick's ability to take over a song. And boy does she shine here. The performance is just so electrifying. The chemistry between Balin and Slick is almost psychic in nature. There is a rather strange performance of Crown of Creation from the Smothers Brothers tv show. My favorite is without a doubt the Manhattan rooftop performance. "Wake up! you f@ckers!" An exhilarating experience. Especially, to one who views Jefferson Airplane as hands down, the best band ever. WOW stores have this dirt cheap at $13.99. A must for a fan or those who have an interest in the era. Highly Recommended A- P.S. It's tough to contain my excitement and Mr. Roy Batty's signature gets bumped for the week.