Share music here. Songs that you've loved in the past and continue to love, songs/artists that were just brief phases and which you can't listen to any more, or new discoveries that you just can't get enough of. I'll start off appropriately with a post-apocalyptic song by the inestimable Jefferson Airplane. "Wooden Ships" is jointly credited to both Crosby, Stills and Nash and Jefferson Airplane, since members from both bands wrote the lyrics and music for the track. Both versions are excellent, but Jefferson Airplane's version is my favourite. Grace Slick just adds a whole new heartfelt dimension to it. The song is imbued with both a mournful and slightly wistful quality that really appeals to me. They performed one of the best extended versions of this track during Woodstock, and whilst the line-up for the whole festival was pretty spectacular, Jefferson Airplane and the Jimi Hendrix Experience were in a league of their own. I was long obsessed with Jefferson Airplane. And "Wooden Ships" (from their 1969 album Volunteers) has been one of my particular favourites from their repertoire.