8 thoughts on “ Comin Back To Me - Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Surrealistic Pillow on Discogs. Label: RCA - ND ,RCA - ND • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Surrealistic Pillow on Discogs. Label: RCA - ND • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK & Europe • /5(6).
  3. In all that mattered to me about Jefferson Airplane was Grace Slick belting out the 2 iconic hits, "Somebody To Love" and "White Rabbit", and this new band backing them up with hard rock and furnishing more rock extras as well, like "She Has Funny Cars", "3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds" and "Plastic Fantastic Lover"/5().
  4. Editors' Notes The twin juggernauts of “White Rabbit” and “Somebody to Love” ensured its place in rock history, but Jefferson Airplane’s album isn’t just a vehicle for showstopping new singer Grace Slick. Marty Balin lends vulnerable lead vocals to the medieval folk twinges of “Comin’ Back to Me” and The Mamas & The Papas-esque “How Do You Feel,” and “Embryonic.
  5. Title: Comin' Back To Me Album: Surrealistic Pillow Track No: 5 Written By: Marty Balin Marty Balin - Lead Vocals Grace Slick - Vocals Jorma Kaukonen - Lead.
  6. While Jefferson Airplane Takes Off may have been the group’s first album, Surrealistic Pillow is what really helped to define Jefferson Airplane’s sound and solidify their spot as one of the.
  7. Surrealistic Pillow’s social and commercial impact belies the circumstances of its making. According to Kantner, the album was recorded on four-track in only two weeks.
  8. "Comin' Back to Me" is a psychedelic folk song by the American rock band Jefferson centpucatundianoi.stopavenatalitlecoheatamdawil.co was written by Marty centpucatundianoi.stopavenatalitlecoheatamdawil.co song appeared on Jefferson Airplane's second album, Surrealistic centpucatundianoi.stopavenatalitlecoheatamdawil.co Balin recalls that "the song was created while he indulged in some primo-grade marijuana given to him by blues singer Paul Butterfield." After writing the song in one sitting, he immediately.

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