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White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane - One More Joint (CD)

8 thoughts on “ White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane - One More Joint (CD)

  1. Tojagor Reply
    "White Rabbit" is a song written by Grace Slick and recorded by the American rock band Jefferson Airplane for their album Surrealistic Pillow. The song is notable for its opening bassline played by Jack Casady, its bolero -type form, and for its drug references, which are believed to be the first of their kind to make it past radio censorship.
  2. Fell Reply
    Yet another in the seemingly endless stream of unauthorized European Jefferson Airplane releases, this album is one of the more egregious. It's a boxed two-CD set with a running time of 63 minutes, which means it could have fit on only one CD. Even at that, it has been padded.
  3. Goltizragore Reply
    Taking the stage after The Who, Jefferson Airplane took flight and led the crowd down the rabbit hole as they dazzled with a performance of “White Rabbit” that would later come to cement the band’s legacy as the reigning kings and queens of psychedelic rock, Slick dressed in a white, fringed outfit as she began her performance that.
  4. Meztilkree Reply
    White Rabbit is a phenomenal track in that it is slow, thoughtful and very introspective while listening to it. I like to watch mandelbrots while it plays on my surround system. Trippy song and it builds in its intensity quite nicely. Much like a vocal o r g a a s m may. Highly recommended music!/5().
  5. Taushicage Reply
    Jan 29,  · The Jefferson Airplane's debut LP, Jefferson Airplane Takes Off, was recorded before Grace Slick joined the group and they embraced their iconic psychedelic fullledevilmesitimentmoburarle.co collection of .
  6. Meztirisar Reply
    Apr 14,  · Jefferson Airplane is synonymous with Grace Slick. The singer brought charisma, high-register vocals, and a sense of menace to the band's songs, be it as a creepy guide through the Alice in Wonderland-referencing "White Rabbit" or the kitschy fun ov "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now."It's hard to imagine any version of the band getting anywhere without Slick, which is odd because she wasn't.
  7. Fenrisar Reply
    The lyrics of Jefferson Airplane's song _____ refer to Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. White Rabbit Both Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix were famous for their virtuoso techniques that helped usher in the.
  8. Brahn Reply
    White Rabbit Lyrics: One pill makes you larger / And one pill makes you small / And the ones that mother gives you / Don't do anything at all / Go ask Alice / When she's ten feet tall / And if you go.

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