Sunday, January 9, 2022

Jefferson Starship - Spitfire (1976)


Jefferson Starship - Spitfire (1976)


Tracklist front / back album covers


Side one

1. "Cruisin'"   5:27

2. "Dance with the Dragon"   5:02

3. "Hot Water"   3:17

4. "St. Charles"   6:38


Side two

5. "Song to the Sun: Part I: Ozymandias / Part II: Don't Let It Rain"   5:36

6. "With Your Love"   3:33

7. "Switchblade"   4:01

8. "Big City"   3:20

9. "Love Lovely Love"   3:31



Jefferson Starship Band Members / Musicians

Grace Slick – lead (3, 7) and backing vocals, piano (5a, 7)

Marty Balin – lead (1, 4, 6, 9) and backing vocals

Paul Kantner – lead (2, 5) and backing vocals, rhythm guitar

Craig Chaquico – lead guitar, backing vocals

David Freiberg – keyboards (1-4, 6, 9), ARP synthesizer (5), bass (7, 8), backing vocals

Pete Sears – bass (1-6, 9), piano (2, 5b), Mellotron (3), keyboards (4, 8), organ (5a, 7), Moog (5a, 7)

John Barbata – drums, percussion, backing and lead (8) vocals


Bobbye Hall – percussion, congas

Dave Roberts – string and horn arrangements

Steven Schuster – saxophone (5b)


Jefferson Starship – producer, art direction

Larry Cox – producer, engineer

Steve Malcolm – assistant to the engineer

Pat Ieraci (Maurice) – production coordinator

Bill Thompson – manager

Cassandra Gaviola – dragon princess

Paul Dowell – amp consultant

John Langdon – label art

Tim Bryant/Gribbit – album design, art direction

Ron Slenzak – cover photography

Shusei Nagaoka – illustration

Recorded and Mixed at Wally Heiders, San Francisco

Mastered by Kent Duncan, Kendun Recorders, Burbank




Spitfire is the 3rd album by American rock band Jefferson Starship. Released in 1976, a year after the chart-topping Red Octopus, it quickly scaled the charts, peaking for six consecutive weeks at No. 3 in Billboard and attaining a RIAA platinum certification. The album features writing contributions from members of singer Marty Balin's former band Bodacious DF, as well as Jesse Barish, who became one of Balin's frequent collaborators. Stereo and quadraphonic mixes of the album were released. "Song to the Sun" was included in the 1977 Laserock program.

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