Thursday, February 11, 2021

One More From Band Geek

 

 

 

I won't drag you down into the Band Geek rabbit hole with me after this last post. I promise. But I love this take on Jefferson Starship's "Jane." I've loved everything I've watched by these guys. If I am not focused in wonder on Andy Ascolese on the drums, I am focused in wonder on Andy Ascolese on the keyboards, or Richie Castellano on everything, damnit! But mostly, I can't take my eyes and ears off singer Ann Marie Nacchio, now Ann Marie Castellano. She nails Mickey Thomas' vocals. Sitting Down! Cross-legged!

This killed me.

For you, Shriner! I know you love this song, too.


7 comments:

Kirke said...

That looks like such a great time. Thanks for sharing.

soundsource said...

yeah fuckin' great. looks likes another hour or so a the band geek youtube page

cmealha said...

Phenomenal. This really showcases her vocals. Great!

Shriner said...

Loved it! I love the song even when it was reimagined as "Fantasy" by Aldo Nova. :-)

"Freedom At Point Zero" is one of those records that needs a reevaluation. An overlooked classic rock album. "We Built This City" tarnished the "Starship" brand and that's unfortunate. All of the "Jefferson Starship" albums have something great on them and can be enjoyed if you don't drag the baggage of the Airplane along with them.

Thank you for coming to my Jefferson Starship Appreciation TED Talk.

kodak ghost said...

Wow. You can keep that rabbit hole open a bit longer! Thanks

Hazy Dave said...

"Jane" is pretty much a guilty pleasure abomination to a dedicated early Jeff Airplane fan like myself, and I really dug seeing and hearing these folks do it justice. Thanks.

Whattawino said...

Holy Crap!...was that GOOD!