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.fr is the Internet country code top-level domain in the Domain Name System of the Internet for France. It is administered by AFNIC; the rules for registering French domains changed on 6 December 2011, the registrant of a French domain need no longer be based in France. Any European individual, company or organization can register a.fr domain, or any of the others managed by AFNIC:.re.wf.yt.pm.tf From December 6, 2011, new domain names were no longer available for registration in the official com.fr subdomain, nor in asso.fr or tm.fr. Existing registrations in these subdomains can continue to be renewed. Registrations are processed via accredited registrars..bl: CC TLD for Saint Barthélemy.gf: CC TLD for French Guiana.gp: CC TLD for Guadeloupe.mf: CC TLD for Saint Martin.mq: CC TLD for Martinique.nc: CC TLD for New Caledonia.pf: CC TLD for French Polynesia.pm: CC TLD for Saint Pierre and Miquelon Internet in France.eu: CC TLD for the European Union.paris IANA.fr whois information AFNIC Finding a Registrar Charte de nommage des extensions françaises

Last Flight (album)

Last Flight is an authorized recording released in the United Kingdom, taken from the last live performance of the San Francisco rock group Jefferson Airplane prior to the band's dissolution in 1972. The concert was held at the Winterland Arena in San Francisco, selected tracks were released on the 1973 album Thirty Seconds Over Winterland. Last Flight consists of the entire concert with the exception of the encore, Marty Balin's "You Wear Your Dresses Too Short" released on the Jefferson Airplane Loves You box-set. Balin sings lead vocals on "Volunteers" much to the surprise of the audience since he left the band in late 1970. Introduction by Bill Graham – 1:14 "Somebody to Love" – 4:39 "Twilight Double Leader" – 4:30 "Wooden Ships" – 6:17 "Milk Train" – 4:09 "Blind John" – 4:27 "Come Back Baby" – 7:01 "The Son of Jesus" – 5:13 "Long John Silver" – 5:15 "When the Earth Moves Again" – 3:55 "Papa John's Down Home Blues" – 5:26 "Eat Starch Mom" – 5:35 "John's Other" – 6:08 "Trial by Fire" – 4:24 "Law Man" – 2:40 "Have You Seen the Saucers?"

– 4:04 "Aerie" – 3:30 "Feel So Good" – 11:00 "Crown of Creation" – 3:23 "Walking the Tou Tou" – 5:11 "Diana / Volunteers" – 5:21 Grace Slick – vocals Paul Kantner – vocals, rhythm guitar Jorma Kaukonen – lead guitar, vocals Jack Casadybass John Barbatadrums, percussion Papa John Creach – electric violin, vocals on "Papa John's Down Home Blues" David Freiberg – vocals, guitar on "Blind John" Marty Balin - vocals on "Volunteers"

List of Kanjani Eight concerts

Japanese boy band Kanjani Eight have gone on a total of nine concert tours, all domestic, several shows. In 2006, they went on their first tour F. T. O. N: Funky Tokyo Osaka Nagoya, at the three major cities the concert tour was named after. Upon the success of the initial tour, it was expanded into a national tour in the fall of that same year, performing at a total of 11 cities and 26 performances. Winter of that same year, Kanjani Eight performed a national promo tour for the release of their single "Kan Fu Fighting". Performing at a total of six cities and performing twenty six times. In 2007, Kanjani Eight begun their biggest national tour to date, the "Eh?! Honma?! Bikkuri!! Tour"; the concert tour began in the spring of 2007 and ended in the fall of that same year, totaling at 113 performances in all 47 prefectures of Japan. The concert tour marked the first time in which a signed Johnny's talent performed in every prefecture of Japan in a single tour. After the success of that tour in 2008, Kanjani Eight performed two national tours between May and August performing at a total fourteen cities and over fifty performances.

Kanjani Eight released Puzzle in the national tour Puzzle in the summer of that year. Following up that tour in the winter of 2009, they returned to the Kyocera Dome and performed their first Countdown Live concert series. In the winter of 2010, Kanjani Eight performed their 8 Uppers concert tour, which contained their second Countdown Live. In 2011, Kanjani Eight performed their winter tour which consisted five cities for a total of ten performances; this tour contained their third countdown live. In 2012, Kanjani Eight performed their 8EST concert tour, a total of 40 performances; this tour is noted for the fact that they performed at their first stadium and for that it did not include a countdown live