That would be the 13-Nov 1970, Fillmore East show that was vined in the List this past summer.
You're right; it was a good show - but it could stand some professional tweakage to equalize all of the vocal parts...
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Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2006 5:23 PM
Subject: RE: [Zappa-List] Frank Zappa/Grace Slick?????????????????????????

Yeh, I agree! At the beginnign of a show, he is trying to get the audience
to woo Grace back onto the stage, but can't think where and when (earlyish
material, I think - also a very good show, with some funky rock),

                        Kind Regards, nick

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Subject: [Zappa-List] Frank Zappa/Grace Slick?????????????????????????
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 06:11:41 -0600

I saw this message over on another list and was intrigued. It almost rigs a
bell but I can't seem to recall why. Anyone?

Some years ago I found a txt-file with the following beginning:

(Frank Zappa/Grace Slick)
RCA Studios, Hollywood, CA June 5, 1968
Produced by Al Schmitt Engineered by Mark Linett & Pat Ieraci

Grace Slick--vocals, keyboard
Arthur Tripp III--drums, percussion
Ian Underwood--piano, woodwinds
Donald Preston--keyboards.........

Jim L

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