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Thirty Seconds Over Winterland

Jefferson Airplane

Initial release : March 1973

Grunt BFL 1-0147

Live recordings from Chicago and WInterland. This was the last Airplane album until the reunion in 1989. Jerry Garcia is thanked on the cover of this LP.


  • Have You Seen the Saucers (Paul Kantner)
  • Feel So Good (Jorma Kaukonen)
  • Crown of Creation (Paul Kantner)
  • When the Earth Moves Again (Paul Kantner)
  • Milk Train (Roger Spotts / Papa John Creach / Grace Slick)
  • Trial by Fire (Jorma Kaukonen)
  • Twilight Double Leader (Paul Kantner)

  • John Barbata - drums
  • Jack Casady - bass
  • Papa John Creach - violin
  • David Freiberg - vocals
  • Paul Kantner - guitar, vocals
  • Jorma Kaukonen - guitar, vocals
  • Grace Slick - vocals

  • Producers - Jefferson Airplane
  • Production coordinator - Pat Ieraci
  • Recording engineer - Don Gooch
  • Mixing engineer - Mallory Earl
  • Art direction, photography, illustrations - Bruce Steinberg
  • Light show - Heavy Water (Joan Chase, Mary Ann Mayer, John Hardham)
  • Art coordination - Acy Lehman
  • Recorded by Wally Heider's remote unit.
  • Mixed at Wally Heider's Studio

Garcia does not play on this live recording. But he is acknowledged on the back cover. A note there says;

Toasters appear courtesy of the GD 'quippies, by way of Garcia, Parrish, J.A. and Steinberg.
This was the Airplane's last release until they reformed in 1989. It was recorded at their last concerts in Chicago and at Winterland.

Related releases

Thirty Seconds Over Winterland was subsequently included on the 2-on-1 CD release;

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