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Jefferson Starship: Dragon Fly

Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, 2 January 1975

FOR SEVERAL YEARS, the nucleus of the Airplane/Starship has been struggling to hold together a concept that didn't seem workable in the first place. The performing personalities of Slick and Kantner have long seemed much too cold-hearted to deal convincingly with humanistic themes. Their icy remoteness has combined with Kantner's pedantry and Slick's sarcasm to turn the pair into unknowing self-parodists.

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