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8 thoughts on “ Round & Round - Grace Slick - The Grace Slick Interview (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Grace Slick will be the mother of [Paul Kantner’s] child, named god (“Just ‘God,'” said Grace. “No last name, no capital G. And he can change his name when he feels like it.”).
  2. Welcome to the Wrecking Ball! is Grace Slick's follow-up to her solo album Dreams (). Her third solo album, it was released before stepping back into her old position in Jefferson betcipigetithotapicumspenturnli.coinfo lyrics of the first track include numerous references to Slick's dislike of rock journalists and critics.
  3. Label: RCA Victor - AQL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Psychedelic Rock Grace Slick - Welcome To The Wrecking Ball! (, Gatefold, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  4. When Grace Slick talks, I listen. She’s nobody’s fool, she speaks her mind, and she can be hysterically funny. She is a good example for the young people of today. She’s also got her priorities straight. Lately, I’ve been reading interviews with Slick from recent years, and when the interviewer gets to the inevitable question of regrets, the singer’s answers are remarkably clear.
  5. Slick creates only lyrics to four of the ten titles, so this is really a Scott Zito album with Grace Slick as the vocalist. Where on the previous disc, Dreams, the singer composed five of the ten totally without a collaborator, that album is closer to .
  6. Apr 29,  · In early , Grace Slick's ambulance-siren voice on Jefferson Airplane's "Somebody to Love" and "White Rabbit" ignited a psychedelic-rock revolution that put San Francisco on the map.
  7. Mar 31,  · The Great Society was but a shadow of moment in time that seems to have lasted forever because of one person, and that person was Grace Slick. Taking their name from the domestic agenda of President Johnson, which resembled that of Roosevelt’s New Deal, and first used during a speech at Ohio University, the name.
  8. Feb 10,  · Watch in FULLSCREEN p - Lights Off - Grace Slick: Picking Rhythm Guitar & Vocals, Peter " Kangaroo" Kaukonen: Lead Lines & Bass From the album: Manhole - Grunt Records, New photos added.

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