Former location –
On Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1968. The Jefferson Airplane became part of a work-in-progress by the French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard, tentatively titled One A.M. by performing live on the roof of the Hotel Schuyler.
Watching the videos linked to below, you can see the surprise on the faces of hotel employees and guests, as well as those on the street as they were serenaded at 7:45 a.m. in the freezing cold by one of the world’s most famous bands of the time.
Filming was never completed by Godard, but documentarian D.A. Pennebaker , who was asked to help with the filming of the documentary, finished it himself, retitling it One P.M. It opened a year later, and became a complete and total bomb.
Jefferson Airplane Discography
1966 – Jefferson Airplane Takes Off
1967 – Surrealistic Pillow
1967 – After Bathing at Baxter’s
1968 – Crown of Creation
1969 – Volunteers
1969 – Bless Its Pointed Little Head
1970 – The Worst of Jefferson Airplane
1971 – Bark
1972 – Long John Silver
1973 – Thirty Seconds Over Winterland
1974 – Early Flight
1977 – Flight Log
1987 – 2400 Fulton Street
1989 – Jefferson Airplane
1992 – Jefferson Airplane Loves You
1996 – Journey…best of
1998 – Live at the Fillmore East
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