Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit album flac
|A3||It's No Secret|
|A4||My Best Friend|
|B1||Don't Slip Away|
|B2||Other Side Of This Life|
|B3||High Flyin' Bird|
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White Rabbit" was the second "Summer of Love" psychedelic hit for this legendary San . This is a SYNCHRONIZATION from the original track (on CD) of "White Rabbit" to the live broadcast performance of the song by Jefferson Airplane.
White Rabbit was written by San Francisco-based singer Grace Slick while she was still a member of her original band, The Great Society. Upon joining Jefferson Airplane in 1966, she offered up White Rabbit while the band was recording their seminal second album, Surrealistic Pillow. The song became the band’s second biggest hit, peaking at on the pop charts. The song’s metaphorical drug references flew largely over the heads of radio censors, but White Rabbit did eventually end up on blacklists at several stations once its meaning became apparent.
White Rabbit" is a song written by Grace Slick and recorded by the American rock band Jefferson Airplane for their 1967 album Surrealistic Pillow. It was released as a single and became the band's second top-10 success, peaking at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was ranked number 478 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, Number 116 on Rate Your Music's Top Singles of All Time, and appears on The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
Grace moved on to Jefferson Airplane, and the group recorded both "White Rabbit" and "Somebody To Love" for their first album with her, Surrealistic Pillow.
Band Name Jefferson Airplane. Album Name White Rabbit. Released date 14 March 2006. Labels Remember Records. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album1. 6. Other Side Of This Life.
Features Song Lyrics for Jefferson Airplane's White Rabbit - Rock Classics album. White Rabbit (Live) Lyrics. Jefferson Airplane Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Lyrics to "White Rabbit" song by Jefferson Airplane: One pill makes you larger And one pill makes you small And the ones that mother gives you Don't do . .When logic and proportion Have fallen sloppy dead And the White Knight is talking backwards And the Red Queen's off with her head Remember what the dormouse said Feed your head Feed your head. J. Jefferson Airplane Lyrics. album: "Surrealistic Pillow" (1967). She Has Funny Cars Somebody To Love My Best Friend Today Commin Back To Me 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds . 25 How Do You Feel White Rabbit Plastic Fantastic Lover.
Watch the video for White Rabbit from Jefferson Airplane's Surrealistic Pillow for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. White Rabbit" was written by Grace Slick, who based the lyrics on Lewis Carroll's book Alice In Wonderland. Like many young musicians in San Francisco, Slick did a lot of drugs. She saw lots of drug references in Carroll's book, including the pills, the smoking caterpillar, the mushroom, and lots of other images that are generally trippy.
Print and download White Rabbit sheet music by Jefferson Airplane. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar in F Minor (transposable). White Rabbit By Jefferson Airplane - Digital Sheet Music. Price: 347,00 ₽. Includes 1 print + interactive copy.
Casady recalls the day Jefferson Airplane recorded White Rabbit: We recorded it out at Sunset and Ivar, in a huge room at RCA where they used to record A Hundred And One Strings. The room was massive, so we basically set up the instrumentation in the middle of this room and played it live onto four-track. Oddly enough, the two major US hits it spawned were both brought in by Slick from the Great Society: Somebody To Love, written by Darby Slick, made the top five in February 67; White Rabbit, meanwhile, very nearly didn’t make it onto the album at all. Grace had two songs she brought with her from the Great Society, says Casady.