One of the quintessential '60s psych rock albums Surrealistic Pillow was actually the second album by Jefferson Airplane but the first to feature vocalist Grace Slick. It has gained near legendary status over the years perfectly timed to soundtrack the counterculture movement of the late 1960s.
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10/10 Jack Customer review, 3rd April 2017
When Pillow was released in 1966 it was in the vanguard of the West Coast psychedelic movement. Jefferson Airplane was truly a collaborative effort. Of the band members Jack Casady alone has no writing credits. Only he and the drummer Skip Spence do not participate in the vocals. The scope of the music is very wide and features ballads, straight rockers and folk rockers along with the famous psychedelia of "White Rabbit". Hippie or not, you're sure to find something you like here, as people have been doing for 50 years.
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