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ARTS

The MichiganDaily
Airplane
by Brian Jarvinen

Friday, March 16, 1990
alums play hot shit

Page 7

SO you couldn't make it down to Landover for
Phil's 50th birthday today, and you're scared the
Raven just may quoth "Nevermore" regarding cer-
tain famous musicians from the '60s. Well you
can still feed that jones Sunday when two famous
practitioners of the San Francisco sound, Jorma
Kaukonen and Jack Casady, n6 of the Airplane
and Hot Fuckin' Tuna, play an acoustic show in
Dearborn.
During the Jefferson Airplane->Jefferson
Starship->Starshit mutations of the '70s and
'80s; Jorma and Jack kept themselves busy play-
ing in the classic acoustic/electric folk/blues out-
fit Hot Tuna, which they initially wanted to call
Hot Shit (beats me why the record company
would reject that name). The adjective HOT
doesn't begin to describe the intense combination
of Jorma's searing leads and Jack's monstrous
bass rumblings.

Since the last Hot Tuna records in the '70s,
Jorma has stayed busy, playing up to 200 nights
a year, appearing solo, with Jack, with his
brother Peter, or with reincarnations of Hot
Tuna. His last releases have been solo outings on
Relix Records.
Of late, Jorma is anticipating returning to
New York to start working on material for a new
Hot Tuna album to be released on Epic next
summer. "Everyone's real excited about it, I
think it's going to be a lot of fun," says Jorma.
"The nice thing about the studio iz not only do
you have time to do it, but you can have lots of
guest stars depending on what the song needs. I'd
love to get David Crosby to sing on some stuff;
John Sebastian is one of my neighbors and we've
been writing some stuff, we'll probably get him
on the album."
Last summer saw the long-awaited return of
the Airplane for a comeback album and tour. Re-
garding the album, Jorma says he thinks "the

band came together pretty well. As far as the al-
bum was concerned everything was craftmansly
done, as it should be, we've been doing it for 25
years. I would have liked to spend a little more
time in the creative aspect but Paul and Grace's
managers really wanted to rush, rush, rush and
get it out. I did it and I thought it was fun, but
I'm not really very interested in it." Of the tour
he said, "The shows were fun but it's a different
trip for me. I do a lot of shows and I'm not used
to doing only 70 minutes or 80 minutes where
you have all these union constraints and if you
run over they charge you phenomenal amounts of
money. It's really a restraining kind of art form.
To tell you the truth I'd rather do what I'm doing
now."
JORMA KAUKONEN AND JACK CASADY
appear at Sully's, 4758 Greenfield Rd in Dear-
born. There are two shows, at 8 and 10 pm,
tickets are $12 in advance.

Jack Casady and Jorma Kaukonen ain't dead yet. In fact the stuff they
play is very much alive. Some might even call it hot.

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