Friday, January 07, 2011

Classics week continues...

Grace Slick was so young, and so fierce...

-- Badtux the Music Penguin


  1. She was even younger when she first did the songs with The Great Society.



  2. For extra bonus history points, name which of these two songs was written by Grace, and who wrote the other one for her. Interesting that these are the two most famous songs of the Jefferson Airplane and they were... well, if the person singing the song is the person who wrote it, but she wrote it at her prior band, is that a cover? Hmm.... in any event, they weren't originally Airplane songs, as you point out :).

    -- Badtux the Music History Penguin

  3. Alas, i get a bonus point fail.

    JzB who does not know everything

  4. "White Rabbit" was written by Grace Slick, while "Someone To Love" was written for her by her brother-in-law, Darby Slick. Both were originally performed by The Great Society, as you point out, though it was the Airplane that made them famous.

    - Badtux the Historical Penguin


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