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Comment: 2 CD set, both CDs are in excellent condition. Come in two separate jewel case with their own inserts. Front insert in one disc has some minor handling wear. Front insert in the other has a good bit of wear. Record club editions. All the music for less money.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 25, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B000008H0J
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,103 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This CD set is an out of print collectible! It is both discs.

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By N. D. A. Grie on June 30, 2003
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Jefferson Airplane was the greatest of the late sixties San Francisco bands, of which there were many (hold your horses and read on, Dead fans). They developed over their brief career a deliberately loose, almost ramshackle sound that was integral to their appeal. It was emblematic of the "San Francisco sound" that they helped create, but no other band of that time and place produced such energetic unpredictability with such tight musicianship, or with such a strong sense of melody, harmony and drama. Sure, the Grateful Dead emerged from the same scene and mastered that tight looseness too, but it took them longer to get good at it, and they never came close to the Airplane on intra-band vocal interplay. The Dead, of course, established a much greater legacy over three decades, but if we're talking San Francisco bands of the Airplane's creative era (roughly 1966-1970), then the Airplane is the champ. Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady were among the very best lead guitar-bass combinations in the rock era (comparable to the fully mature Jerry Garcia and Phil Lesh), and no other female rock singer ever equaled Grace Slick. She's in a league of her own, vocally, and she composed some of the most strikingly original songs of the rock era (think White Rabbit, Lather, Greasy Heart, Eskimo Blue Day, Mexico).
This collection, while lacking the remastering of the Airplane's music that occurred in the mid 90s, is still the most comprehensive collection of their best material available to this day. Of course it does not include all their good songs, but it includes all of their very best. And naturally, not all of the material here is equally good, but most of it is very high caliber.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By allah on April 11, 2002
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It really wouldn't require much effort for RCA to assemble a better-sounding version of this set; after all, the individual albums were nicely remastered in 1995. Apparently they lack the neccessary motivation to do so, however, since they continue to sell this rather murky-sounding edition, which dates back to 1987. It's a shame, because it _is_ the best Airplane compilation on the market, better than the too-slender _Worst Of_ or the moronic _Airplane/Starship Hits_.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By TeeBee on November 14, 2003
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This excellent compilation is severely undercut by truly poor sound quality. Even vinyl played on a good system sounds WAYYY better. But, now that the original albums have been nicely remastered from the original multitrack tapes, there is happily no need for you to shell out your bucks for this relic of the Dark Ages of digital remastering! Start with the reissue of "...Takes Off" and work your way up through the catalogue. Your head will be nicely fed.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. McM on October 11, 2005
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When this came out in 1990 or so, it was easily THE compilation to get on Jefferson Airplane. It didn't sound too bad, better than the Jefferson Airplane CD's from previous years, the artwork was (and is) well-done and pretty cool, and the track selection was superb. However, it's been out-of-print for years, and when RCA/BMG merged with Sony, they released another two-disc compilation as part of Sony's "Essential" CD's. That set, titled "The Essential Jefferson Airplane," used the same mastering as the superb reissues produced by Bob Irwin in 2003, utilizing the original master tapes for every song and supposedly using EQ instructions given for the original Lp releases.

So what else is different? Well, the artwork on "2400 Fulton Street" is still better, a nice throwback to the late 60's (I think, I wasn't around then), and it has 36 tracks to "The Essential"'s 32, adding a few interesting choices like 'Triad' and some early Levi's commercial 'jingles' recorded by the band. However, the sound on "2400 Fulton Street" is subpar in comparison, and the shuffled order on "2400 Fulton Street" doesn't work that well.

The only reason for buying "2400 Fulton Street" is the price - as of this writing, there's a ton of used copies ranging from $5 to $10 being sold right here. If you're on a budget, I'd pick up one of those used copies, but if you've got a little more money to spend or prefer a better introduction to the band, get the "The Essential Jefferson Airplane."
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