A sci-fi sitcom about the crew of the HMS Camden Lock in the year 2151.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Hyperdrive - Dragon Fly (album) - Netflix
Dragon Fly is the debut album by Jefferson Starship, released on Grunt Records in 1974. It peaked at #11 on the Billboard 200, and has been certified a gold album. Credited to Grace Slick / Paul Kantner / Jefferson Starship, the band itself was a turning point after a series of four albums centering on the partnership of Kantner and Slick during the disintegration of Jefferson Airplane through the early 1970s. The album received its RIAA gold certification within six months, selling as well as most Jefferson Airplane albums. Two singles were released from the album: “Ride the Tiger” reached only #84 on the Billboard Hot 100; the follow-up single “Caroline” failed to chart. Singer Marty Balin, who had not appeared on an Airplane or Airplane-offshoot album since Volunteers in 1969, would write and sing on the single “Caroline.” He would join the Starship band soon after, present for most of their career during the remainder of the decade. “Hyperdrive” was used in the opening ceremonies of the 1976 World Science Fiction Convention, MidAmeriCon, in Kansas City, Missouri.