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Surrealistic Pillow

Album: Surrealistic Pillow

Artist: Jefferson Airplane

Released: February 1st, 1967

Highlights: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, My Best Friend, White Rabbit

“Surrealistic Pillow” is one of those sophomore efforts that, while not being a huge departure from its predecessor, displays an astounding level of growth. 382 more words


Vinyl Siding

Years ago I was a vinyl junkie that being an obsessive collector of vinyl recordings. The first record I ever bought was a single 45 rpm back in the late 1950’s. 604 more words

Rock Music

Chasing rabbits

I’ve been listening to this song over and over again lately, can’t get enough! Grace is such a supreme singer.

Also really really love the guitar intro from this live performance. 18 more words

Classic Rock

Three More Amazing Women

Joan Baez, Grace Slick, Joni Mitchell.

There are a lot of pioneering women in popular music but these three quickly come to mind. To be fair, these three are more than just music. 965 more words


Various Artists: "Altamont from YouTube"

ARTISTS: See track names.

DATE: December 6, 1969

VENUE: Altamont Speedway, California

NOTE: Nearly 3 hours of audio.


  1. The Day Begins
  2. Santana
  3. Jefferson Airplane…
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Featured Album - Volunteers - Jefferson Airplane

If you smile at me you know I will understand
‘Cause that is something everybody everywhere does
In the same

Volunteers was released in late 1969 and became the last album released by the classic line-up of Jefferson Airplane. 815 more words


What's so great about David Crosby's 'If Only I Could Remember My Name'?

By Daniel Margrain

In ‘Revolution Blues’ from his 1974 album, ‘On The Beach’, Neil Young famously spews vitriol on the fake tinsel town celebrity life-styles of the wealthy residents of Laurel Canyon many of whom lionized the killer, Charles Manson: 509 more words