Jefferson Airplane, a rock band based in San Francisco, California, was one of the pioneering bands of psychedelic rock.Formed in 1965, the group defined the San Francisco Sound and was the first from the Bay Area to achieve international commercial success.
The Airplane was known for a distinctive mix of rock and folk (in their debut, Jefferson Airplane Takes Off), but developed a heavy psychedelic sound by the time of the release of After Bathing at ...
'Jefferson Airplane' is the hugely original title of the band's reunion album from 1989. It is a decent, if largely inessential record made some 17 years after Jefferson Airplane disbanded and a good 20 after 'Volunteers', the Airplane's last truly vital record.
Jefferson Airplane were America’s greatest and most idiosyncratically unique rock band. From late 1966 to 1970 - roughly from Surrealistic Pillow to Marty Balin’s decision to leave the band that was his brainchild- the Airplane were an unstoppable machine, idolized by fans, respected by peers and critics as the purest distillation of San Francisco’s rock aesthetic, and were allowed ...
August – Jefferson Airplane launches its own RCA distributed label, Grunt Records. October – The first Grunt release, Jefferson Airplane’s Bark, climbs to #11 in the US, eventually earning a gold record. Bark makes #42 in the UK.
An influential 60's folk rock/psychedelic band with great songs like White Rabbit, D.C.B.A.-25, rejoyce, Third Week In Chelsea, Tobacco Road, and We Can Be Together.
Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit and Somebody To Love, American Bandstand, 1967. Includes Dick Clark interviewing the band.
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May 21, 2020 · Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane rose in popularity with tracks like Somebody to Love and White Rabbit, the latter a song that ties the adventures of Alice in Wonderland to the mind-altering experiences of the 1960s. Harbouring away from COVID-19 in her home in Los Angeles, Slick finds the parallels between the ’60s and now worth the ...
The story behind the song: White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane “We are the people our parents warned us about,” Grace Slick yelled in the 60s. As the bluff lead singer with San Francisco band Jefferson Airplane, no-one embodied the free-thinking spirit of the times like she did.