About this deal
On April 5, 2011, BGO Records released a remastered edition of Flight Log in a standard jewel case with cardboard slip cover.
Released in January 1977 as a double-LP as Grunt CYL2-1255, it is a compilation of Jefferson Airplane and Airplane-related tracks, including tracks by Jefferson Starship and Hot Tuna, as well as solo tracks by Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, and Jorma Kaukonen. Although primarily a compilation album, the album includes one previously unreleased song: "Please Come Back" written by Ron Nagle and performed by Jefferson Starship. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item. This is a good compilation, it gives a great overview of the Airplane phase of their career, and has some samplings from the various side projects (Hot Tuna and the like).
Silver Spoon" with Grace forgetting the piano isn't supposed to be used to announce gothic doom, "Pretty as You Feel" is a gorgeous acoustic pop hit, courtesy the muse of drummer Joey Covington, with a welcome message that true beauty comes from within. The audio quality is as good as the original master tapes available for the Japanese LP pressing and features JVC K2 24 Bit Remastering.
Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH). The Jefferson Starship song "Please Come Back" was previously unreleased, and remains unavailable on any other official Airplane-related release.Bark" from 1971was not Jefferson Airplane's best album but there are better tracks on it than the awful " Pretty As You Feel" which was sung and written by the (then) drummer - Joey Covington. Sooner or later, somebody's bound to lead you/ sooner or later you're bound to go/ that man got a smile on his face. However, it sounds as if the master tapes had been damaged on at least three songs, and significantly obvious on the introduction of "Silver Spoon".