List of articles in the library
Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna: The Forum, Inglewood CA
Live Review by John Mendelssohn, Los Angeles Times, 4 November 1969
GLORIOUSLY RESPLENDENT in crushed velvet and faded Levis and backed by what was possibly the Glenn McKay troupe's most breathtaking light-show since Monterey, Jefferson Airplane, ...
Hot Tuna: Hot Tuna (RCA Victor).
Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 22 August 1970
FIRMLY IMPLANTED in my mind is the image of Hot Tuna as an amazingly good, all electric jam band. This follows their appearance at Bath ...
Report and Interview by Danny Goldberg, Circus, April 1971
"THE JEFFERSON Airplane" Jerry Garcia has said, "are a bunch of crazy madmen. Together, they have their own unique chemistry which is like a very ...
Hot Tuna: First Pull Up, Then Pull Down (RCA)
Review by Jonh Ingham, Phonograph Record, September 1971
I FIRST HEARD Hot Tuna at a free concert in late 1969. It consisted of Jack and Jorma on guitars, Joey Covington on drums (Spencer ...
Hot Tuna: Burgers (Grunt Records)
Review by Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 22 April 1972
DESPITE THE fact that Hot Tuna are a direct off-shoot from the Jefferson Airplane hanger, they have managed with discretion to avoid any obvious hype, ...
Various artists: Fillmore: The Last Days (Fillmore Z3X 31390)
Review by Tom Nolan, Rolling Stone, 9 November 1972
HIS SPIRIT is omnipresent in this elaborate package. He has written extensive program notes to the handsome booklet. He is there suddenly at the beginning ...
Hot Tuna, Journey: Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica
Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 28 October 1974
Folk-Blues Program Offered by Hot Tuna ...
see also Jorma Kaukonen
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