|A||Have You Seen The Saucers
Written-By – Kantner*
Written-By – Slick*
|74-0343||Jefferson Airplane||Mexico (7", Single)||RCA Victor||74-0343||US||1970|
|SS-1966||Jefferson Airplane||Have You Seen The Saucers (7", Single, Promo)||RCA||SS-1966||Japan||1970|
|45-140||Jefferson Airplane||Mexico (7", Single)||RCA Victor||45-140||Venezuela||1971|
|74-0343||Jefferson Airplane||Have You Seen The Saucers / Mexico (7", Single)||RCA Victor||74-0343||US||1970|
|74-0343||Jefferson Airplane||Mexico (7", Single)||RCA Victor||74-0343||New Zealand||1970|
Jefferson Airplane's fourth LP, Crown of Creation (released in September 1968), was a commercial success, peaking at No. 6 on the album chart. Grace Slick's "Lather", which opens the album, is said to be about her affair with drummer Spencer Dryden and his 30th birthday. Triad", a David Crosby composition, had been rejected by The Byrds because they deemed its subject matter (a ménage à trois) to be too "hot. Touring continued throughout 1970, but the group's only new recording that year was the single "Mexico" b/w "Have You Seen the Saucers?". Slick's "Mexico" was an attack on President Richard Nixon's Operation Intercept, which had been implemented to curtail the flow of marijuana into the United States.
Live versions of "Mexico" and its B-side, "Have You Seen the Saucers", were intended to be released on the next Airplane album; however, Marty Balin left the band before production of Bark was completed, forcing a change in some of the planned material. A live version of "Have You Seen the Saucers" appeared as the opening track of the live. album Thirty Seconds Over Winterland; the two studio tracks were finally released on an album when the Early Flight compilation was released.
Have You Seen the Saucers Lyrics. Have you seen the saucers? Have you seen the saucers? For the earth mother? Do you know there are people out there Tranquility base, there goes the neighborhood; Who are unhappy with the way that we care. American garbage dumped in space And no room left for brotherhood. Have you seen our saucers? You see our lights in your western skies. Have you seen our saucers? Star children on the black road to salvation; You've got to care for the needs of your planet; Children of the forest and child of the Woodstock nation; Catch the dawn that once was there; First born atomic generation; Open the door. Don't you know that's what it's for? More on Genius. Have You Seen the Saucers" Track Info. Early Flight Jefferson Airplane. 2. Runnin’ Round This World.
Jefferson Airplane-Have You Seen The Saucers 3 guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. Jefferson Airplane from Early Flights, live album and released as B side of non-album single, with Mexico. Single note notation: Bass open low E E0, up through D Bass second E guitar open low E E1, up through D Guitar second E (D string second fret) E2, up through D Guitar open high E E3, high E fret 12 E4.
Album: Setlist: The Very Best of Jefferson Airplane (Live), 2010. Title: Have You Seen The Saucers? (Live) Album: Thirty Seconds Over Winterland Track No: 1 Written By: Paul Kantner. David Freiberg - Vocals Grace Slick - Vocals Jorma Kaukonen - Lead Guitar Paul Kantner - Rhythm Guitar, Lead Vocals Jack Casady - Bass Guitar John Barbata - Drums Papa John Creach - Violin.
Artist: Jefferson Airplane. Album: Fly Translove Airways. Fly Translove Airways: Best 2 songs. Jefferson Airplane - Embryonic Journey 2400 Fulton Street, 1987 01:55. Jefferson Airplane - Crown of Creation Last Stand at Winterland, 2014 04:09. Artist: Jefferson Airplane.
Jefferson Airplane from Early Flights, live album and released as B side of non-album single, with Mexico.