“Surrealistic Pillow” by Jefferson Airplane - album review

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TJR says

The procurement of Grace Slick as lead vocalist worked wonders for Jefferson Airplane; her distinctive tremor gave the group a trademark sound and their popularity soared. To boot, she brought two would-be hit singles to the table; the anti-free-love stomper, “Somebody To Love” (written by her brother-in-law Darby Slick) and her own acid-trip-fantasy “White Rabbit”, both of which were written for her previous group, The Great Society.

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A1 [03:12] 5.4.png Jefferson Airplane - She Has Funny Cars (Marty Balin, Jorma Kaukonen) Folk Rock / Americana
A2 [02:58] 7.7.png Jefferson Airplane - Somebody To Love (Darby Slick) Psychedelia
A3 [03:01] 5.4.png Jefferson Airplane - My Best Friend (Skip Spence) Folk Rock / Americana
A4 [02:59] 4.9.png Jefferson Airplane - Today (Marty Balin, Paul Kantner) Pop Ballad
A5 [05:18] 5.1.png Jefferson Airplane - Comin’ Back To Me (Marty Balin) Songwriter
B1 [03:41] 5.1.png Jefferson Airplane - 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds (Marty Balin) Psychedelia
B2 [02:37] 4.7.png Jefferson Airplane - D.C.B.A.25 (Paul Kantner) Folk Rock / Americana
B3 [03:31] 5.9.png Jefferson Airplane - How Do You Feel (Tom Mastin) Folk Rock / Americana
B4 [01:53] 6.2.png Jefferson Airplane - Embryonic Journey (Jorma Kaukonen) Folk
B5 [02:30] 9.2.png Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit (Grace Slick) Psychedelia
B6 [02:37] 5.3.png Jefferson Airplane - Plastic Fantastic Lover (Marty Balin) Blues Rock / Soul Rock

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