Two long out of print Jefferson Airplane titles will be back on vinyl in July as part of Rhino Records Summer of ’69: Peace, Love and Music campaign.
First up is Thirty Seconds Over Winterland, with its iconic “Flying Toaster” cover will be reissued for the first time in 35 years on 180g Sky Blue vinyl on July 16th. The album, originally released in 1973, was recorded at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago and the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco and features live workouts of “Crown Of Creation,” “Milk Train,” and a ten minute plus version of “Feel So Good.”
Long John Silver, the bands final studio album from 1972, will be reissued for the very first time in the U.S. on July 23rd. The album features the original, foldable cigar box packaging and is pressed on 180 gram Smoky Green vinyl. The album contains “Twilight Double Header,” “Son Of Jesus,” and the studio version of “Milk Train”
Both releases are limited edition and contain painstakingly recreated album art, including the original printed inner sleeves, and will be available exclusively at participating brick and mortar retail outlets.
Thirty Seconds Over Winterland: