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Here, of course, we have "Somebody to Love" and "White Rabbit".
Jefferson Airplane's Surrealistic Pillow is their most successful album and widely recognized as one of the best albums of the psychedelic era.
From the first time I played this C.D. and truly listened to it while in Trinidad, to now i can only say this.
I had this album many, many years ago and it still is one of my favorites. The ballads are thorougly emotionally fulfilling!Published 24 days ago by LadyD
A replacement for the original vinyl. A true classic album and the bonus tracks especially JPP McStep B Blues are great additions.Published 27 days ago by Stuart Turgel
Can you remember when rock and roll was new and these guys were riding the wave. The music has not changed and it is as good as ever, so put it in and crank it it up and enjoy.Published 1 month ago by Sgt G
I enjoy their songs usetoo see them in San Jose and at the Old Filmore up the stairs. Today and Comin Back To Me are my favorite tracks.Published 1 month ago by Douglas Metcalf
One day I decided to find the music I loved and grew up to so specifically went looking it... Eric Burdon and the Animals, Jim Morrison and the Doors, Jefferson Airplane,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Laura
Jefferson Airplane was one of the best folk-rock bands. There is a good variety of ballads, and rock songs. This album launched the band, and became a classic.Published 2 months ago by Cathy Hamlin
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No, it's not just yours--I had the same problem. I ordered a new copy from Amazon, and the first page of liners are for "Surrealistic Pillow", but then starting at the second page, it bafflingly switches to the liner notes for "Volunteers". The song titles/ writing credits,... Read More
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