Surrealistic Pillow

£ 18.99


When she joined the Jefferson Airplane in 1966 as replacement for original vocalist Signe Anderson, Grace Slick brought with her two songs she'd performed in her previous band, the great society: 'Somebody to Love' and 'White Rabbit.' Featured on this classic 1967 album, they became US top 10 hits and helped establish both the San Francisco Scene and the emerging counterculture it celebrated. With Jorma Kaukonen's sinewy guitar, Jack Casady's probing bass and Spencer Dryden's inventive drumming swirling around Slick and co-vocalists Marty Balin, surrealistic pillow virtually defined the communal spirit of summer of love hippiedom.

LP - 180 Gram with Download.

She Has Funny Cars
Somebody To Love
My Best Friend
Comin' Back To Me
3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds
D.C.B.A. - 25
How Do You Feel
Embryonic Journey
White Rabbit
Plastic Fantastic Lover
Format: LP
Label: RCA Victor RCA Legacy Sony Music
Catalogue numbers: 88985396711

Record Company-We Are Vinyl
Copyright (c)-RCA Records
Record Company-Sony Music Entertainment
Distributed By-Sony Music Entertainment
Manufactured By-Sony Music Entertainment International Services GmbH
Recorded At-RCA Victor's Music Center Of The World

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Barcode-8 89853 96711 7
Label Code-LC 00316
Matrix / Runout-85349 1A MOVLP 034
Matrix / Runout-85349 1B MOVLP 034
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

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