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Grace Slick

Grace Slick is best known as the powerful-voiced female singer in Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship, and Starship, rock bands with which she performed in the 1960s, '70s, and '80s. She was born to well-to-do parents and grew up in Palo Alto, CA. She became a model and married Jerry Slick. After seeing Jefferson Airplane perform in 1965, she, her husband, and her brother-in-law, Darby Slick, formed the Great Society. The group released a single, "Somebody to Love" (written by Darby Slick) on local North Beach Records in 1966, but broke up soon after. (Columbia Records later culled two albums from the group's live recordings.) Slick was asked to replace Jefferson Airplane singer Signe Anderson and joined the group in time for the recording of its second album, Surrealistic Pillow. She brought with her both "Somebody to Love" and her own composition, the bolero-paced "White Rabbit," with its references to drug-taking and Alice in Wonderland. Both songs were included on the album with her lead vocals. Both became Top Ten hits in 1967, as did the album, and Slick became the focal point of Jefferson Airplane, participating in seven more albums by the group -- After Bathing at Baxter's (1967), Crown of Creation (1968), Bless Its Pointed Little Head (1969), Volunteers (1969), Bark (1971), Long John Silver (1972), and Thirty Seconds Over Winterland (1973). By 1971, with the formation of the group's own custom label, Grunt Records, various bandmembers began to make albums on their own, and Slick combined with guitarist Paul Kantner on Sunfighter (1971). Baron Von Tollbooth & the Chrome Nun (1973) was credited to Kantner, Slick, and David Freiberg. 1974 saw the release of Slick's debut solo album, Manhole. With the departure of Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, Jefferson Airplane had ceased to exist after 1972. Kantner and Slick reorganized the band under the name Jefferson Starship and released Dragon Fly in 1974. In 1975 came Red Octopus, which topped the charts and sold two million copies. Spitfire (1976) was also a million-seller, as was Earth (1978). Slick left the group and released two solo albums, Dreams (1980) and Welcome to the Wrecking Ball! (1981), then rejoined as a guest on Modern Times (1981) and participated fully on Winds of Change (1982) and Nuclear Furniture (1984). She also recorded a fourth solo album, Software (1984). Kantner's departure from the group led to a truncation of its name to Starship. Slick remained through the million-selling Knee Deep in the Hoopla (1985) and No Protection (1987), sharing lead vocals with Mickey Thomas on the number one hits "We Built This City" and "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now." She left the group in 1988. In 1989 she joined a reunion of Jefferson Airplane that resulted in a tour and a self-titled album. She retired from performing in the 1990s and wrote her autobiography, Somebody to Love?, published in 1998. In 1999 RCA released The Best of Grace Slick, a career-spanning compilation album. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi
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Grace slick is one of the great voices of rock &roll
No body does it better.
she sings like every cell in her body is turned on.
I love her voice she is a great insiration to the way that i sing now :)
cowniew
Concerning the comment about Woodstock. There is a fantastic high quality video clip of her performing White Rabbit. You know where to go to find it.
grace is the top female vocal of all times.
anicechianti _ s f s f s f s f
A living legend. She's wise and beautiful in her old age. I love how she says and thinks what she wants regardless of how others feel about it. Truth and beauty is Grace Slick.
william.mcge e 5 4
Simply, a first Love.
joeball1
the airplane and grace....... . . . . a powerful marriage of the musical times......a surrealistic crown of the frisco sound across the airways and byways of the open road
This thread has my approval. Wasn't her daughter a VJ for MTV? AFter 30 seconds of research... yes she was
I think, even though she had great success, that she is one of the most underrated figures in the world of rock. Of course, I may be somewhat biased, since she has owned my soul since 1968. :-,)
And I wouldn't need or want the acid. A little Wild Turkey, a few hits off a good joint, plenty.
wildlifebuil d e r
in her day, my day she was the hottest chick out there!!! Me too Tanya!
stevetanya7
I would love to have made love to her on acid
I will never stop loving you Grace...Blai s e
drdicker
She's so hot
Grace Slick has/had one of he greatest voices in rock history. An amazing individual, she has seen and done it all.
Did someone forget Woodstock?
ingrid_1995
She Sounds like Dolly Parton in "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now"
The most beautiful voice i ever heard

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