Jefferson Airplane Lyrics
Jefferson Airplane's debut show was on August 13, 1965 at
the Matrix nightclub in San Francisco. The first
performance featured Marty Balin on vocals, Paul Kantner on
vocals/rhythm guitar, and Jorma Kaukonen on lead guitar.
Signe Anderson, (who sang on Jefferson Airplane's first
recording "Jefferson Airplane Takes Off') also performed.
The bass player, Jack Casady and drummer Skip Spence, (who
was later one of the original members of Moby Grape) joined
the band two months later. Spencer Dryden became the
drummer in June of 1966 and More...
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Ray Bradbury -- there will come soft rains | Reviewer: Whitey Joe------ About the song House at Pooneil Corners performed by Jefferson Airplane
This seems to be, for me, a more violent and adamant telling of the Bradbury tale "There will come soft rains", which tells the story of a world, still alive, but only because the automatons are tending house for the absent masters, masters who blew themselves up eons ago.
"Everything some day will be gone except silence" "The seas from clouds will wash off the ashes of violence/There will be no survivors, my friend".
Exactly.... in the aftermath of nuclear holocaust, the dust in the atmosphere will seed the clouds (or seas from clouds?) and "wash off the ashes of violence". The devastation will be utterly complete and inescapable: "there will be no survivors, my friend".
This is NOT a pop song | Reviewer: I don't know------ About the song Somebody to Love performed by Jefferson Airplane
When this song was written, America was in a devestating and pointless war. Many young people (ok young men) were sent and many either came back dead, didn't comeback at all (death, m.ia. or p.o.w. camps). Those who did come back didn't comeback to open arms nor did they comeback the same. ALIENATION, ANGER, DESPAIR, your friends treat like a guest. Your mind is full of RED. Sounds like a comment on peoples hatred for communism, or your head is so full of anger. The garden flowers are dead, many "flower children" were drafted into this war.
back in the daze | Reviewer: nucloid------ About the song Triad performed by Jefferson Airplane
when this song was released, JA was living at 2400 fulton street (SF) off and on with CSN and the Dead... this song WAS about Grace, Paul Katner (JA), and David Crosby (CSN) as a threesome. Grace sure had a sweet voice -- lost it when they morphed into starship when marty dropped out, etc.
"White Rabbit" lyrics review? | Reviewer: arthur.scott------ About the song Go Ask Alice performed by Jefferson Airplane
Wow! I was looking for something else and stumbled across this. My review of the song lyrics? There were a few reviews that were very constructive regarding the original premis. Several other reviews were pretty funny. Yet still others were annonymous bitching, which the world needs too.This free-for-all seems to have taken on a life of it's own. So be it. Songtitles are mistated and lyrics need correction. That is getting done. Now I can't wait to read-up on Lewis Carrol and Alice. Thank you all.
Takes away all the troubles | Reviewer: Lisa------ About the song Somebody to Love performed by Jefferson Airplane
Grace is certainly a "Slick" chick. This song is like all great art. Cannot be replicated. One of those songs that you dont really even think too much about the lyric, the melody is so good and her raw untamed voice just makes you sing along at the top of your lungs. Takes me to another place. Such a gift in a world which just takes. Thank you Grace Slick.
from a 30 year old kiddo | Reviewer: choma------ About the song Lather performed by Jefferson Airplane
maybe i too am mentally deficient.. i believe we all are, in a way or another.. i once read a saying saying "do a crazy thing every day, it is good for your mental health"..
being naked feels fine, people giving a diagnosis to undermine that should try it more often if you ask me ..
maybe having tried some psychedelics makes me think i can understand this song better than some others and maybe i am wrong assuming this..
but i sure am socially unfit for refusing to be a "grown-up" that stops to live for pleasure and takes up responsibilities which are not his own but expected to be shared by all shit-izens..
i am responsible for what i do but never will be for the devastating reality moneymakers have created for us, unleashing their legists and coppers to tame those who might disagree with the bombing and starving of populations all over the world !!
it makes me so sad that "society" - that is also people whom i love like grand-parents, working friends, .. - expects us youngsters to fit into this world which has been so harmful to life in all its forms ..
this feeling i have is what i understand this song to be about.. i did long before i was thirty and i hope it will last for it is definitely not the number that matters..
Alice - by Lewis Carroll | Reviewer: Tim------ About the song White Rabbit performed by Jefferson Airplane
This song is almost entirely based - practically verbatim - from Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll - 1865. The Wikipedia article on the song states that Ms. Slick was a huge fan of the books. The lines at the end that are not from the book: the Dormouse never said "Feed your head" (or even "Keep your head"); he was practically always almost asleep.
The '60s and '70s inspired drug-induced analyses of AIW, such as "Alice in Acidland".
Lather... Loss of Youth | Reviewer: Nate------ About the song Lather performed by Jefferson Airplane
I loved this song in the sixties. I was still a few years from turning 30 and I dreaded it. 30 was the dividing line between the "Pepsi Generation" and "The Man" (the Establishment).
Look at the politicians today - products of the sixties - and wonder if these great Jefferson Airplane rebellion songs penetrated their dull consciousness. Don't these fools realize that the sixties ideals of LOVE and PEACE were not just words? Yet these ex-hippies poison the air, water, and food to make money for themselves. Maybe they never bought into these ideals. Maybe money is their god. I think the ideals of the sixties are still the best you'll ever find. It was a Golden Age of the arts - music, painting, architecture, and philosophy. The sixties was America's burst of creativity. GROOVY!
experience | Reviewer: agin cajun------ About the song Somebody to Love performed by Jefferson Airplane
Re: Anonymous 10/25/09
You have no experience to be talking about any of this, you are hypothesising like some kind of teen academic, and seem to be wanting, like a right-wing fundamentalist, to paint some kind of hellish picture of what were good, learning times, where we wanted to feel and touch reality, not the society-conditioned state of ego and isolation. Put yourself in the shoes of the singer instead.
"Feed your head" or "Keep your head>" | Reviewer: Dave Schauweker------ About the song White Rabbit performed by Jefferson Airplane
Ran into this song on Youtube today. It stands up pretty well after all these years.
Some reviewers are saying the song ends with the words "Feed your head," while others claim the words are "Keep your head."
I googled the lyrics and they say "Feed your head," as also seems quite clearly enunciated in the song.
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