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Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow album mp3
Folk-Rock,Psychedelic/Garage,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Hard Rock
  • Performer:
    Jefferson Airplane
  • Title:
    Surrealistic Pillow
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  • Style:
    Folk-Rock,Psychedelic/Garage,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Hard Rock
  • Date of release:
    February, 1967
  • Recording date:
    October 31, 1966 - March 6, 1967
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  • Size FLAC version
    1764 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1455 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1365 megabytes
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Surrealistic Pillow is the second studio album by American rock band Jefferson Airplane, released on February 1, 1967, by RCA Victor (LSP-3766 and LPM-3766 ). It is the first album by the band with vocalist Grace Slick and drummer Spencer Dryden. The album peaked at number three on the Billboard album chart and has been certified Platinum by the RIAA.

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Surrealistic Pillow – второй альбом американский психоделичных рокеров Jefferson Airplane. Выпущен в феврале 1967 года на лейбле RCA Victor, каталожный номер LPM/LSP 3766, моно и стерео. Это первый альбом с вокалисткой Грэйс Слик (Grace Slick) и барабанщиком Спенсером Драйденом (Spencer Dryden).


Marty Balin - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Jack Casady - Bass, Guitar (Rhythm)
Spencer Dryden - Drums, Percussion
David Hassinger - Engineer
Rick Jarrard - Producer
Jefferson Airplane - Primary Artist
Paul Kantner - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Jorma Kaukonen - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm), Vocals
Darby Slick - Composer
Grace Slick - Composer, Keyboards, Organ, Piano, Recorder, Vocals
Skip Spence - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 She Has Funny Cars Marty Balin / Jorma Kaukonen Jefferson Airplane 3:13
2 Somebody to Love Darby Slick Jefferson Airplane 3:01
3 My Best Friend Skip Spence Jefferson Airplane 3:04
4 Today Marty Balin / Paul Kantner Jefferson Airplane 3:02
5 Comin' Back to Me Marty Balin Jefferson Airplane 5:24
6 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds Marty Balin Jefferson Airplane 3:45
7 D.C.B.A. -25 Paul Kantner Jefferson Airplane 2:39
8 How Do You Feel Paul Kantner Jefferson Airplane 3:34
9 Embryonic Journey Jorma Kaukonen Jefferson Airplane 1:55
10 White Rabbit Grace Slick Jefferson Airplane 2:33
11 Plastic Fantastic Lover Marty Balin Jefferson Airplane 2:40

One of the classic '60's albums out of San Francisco, SP has always been one of my all time favorites. I find it hard to believe anyone would find sections of the album boring. It is important, when listening to albums from different times, to fully understand the album in relation to what else was being produced at the time.The Airplane was the epitome of the San Francisco sound, more so than the dead at the time.I sometimes compare this album with Cream's Disraeli Gears. Both albums came out at the same time and were as ground-breaking for 1967 as Sargent Pepper was. These were the albums that led the way towards more complex music being produced in the late '60's, and you can tell that the members of the band were influenced in many ways by the evolution that was going on simultaneously in jazz.
I first heard the song Somebody To Love on a compilation album and wanted to hear more. Eventually, I was able to pick up this album. I soon found that Somebody To Love was not the only fantastic song on this album. The lead off track, She Has Funny Cars, grabbed my attention for the rhythmic start and the guitars that come blasting in. The vocal harmonies were also fantastic. My Best Friend, Today, White Rabbit, Plastic Fantastic Lover, and, of course, Somebody To Love, are terrific songs that represent the era quite well. While there are other albums from 1967 I might treasure more, this one ranks right up there as one of the highlights of that year and a great folk-rock album. Not a note or minute wasted on this one. Unfortunately, they really never did another album quite as good as this one.
This remarkable album is a sort of distillation of late-60s rock, effortless exploring different subgenres from the hard rock of Somebody to Love to the Mamas/Papas-style pop rock of My Best Friend to the psychedelia of White Rabbit. The music is so varied that it almost sounds like a "greatest hits of the '60" package, but the band's distinct harmonies give it coherence. Many of the songs are utterly brilliant, such as the painfully sad Comin' Back to Me and the trippy balad Today. I wound up buying every JA album in hopes of finding another as good as this, although in spite of glimpses of brilliance they never came close to the near-perfection of this album again (The closest are probably Takes Off and Early Flight, a rarities album that includes outtakes from SP.)This is one of the must-have albums of the '60s.
Pure triumph in my book and one of my favorite albums of all time.
I knew their first record and liked it. By the time this one hit the streets, I was there too. My, my, this record was on turntables at a lot of people's places, it seemed everyone had it. There was so much happening then --- and this record pierced our psychedelisized souls and affirmed that we were not alone in this new world. Now, 50 years later, it still holds up, still sounds good to me. It's apparent that they really worked at putting this album together, singly and as a group, in their writing and performance. Their ambition, apparently, was to make it big, and when they did, with this record, it apparently ruined their work ethic. Unimaginably rich after the huge success of Surrealistic Pillow, I suppose they partied a bit too hard, let it go to their heads, and got a little lazy. They had some good songs after this, but as far as albums go, they did not do again what they'd done here.
Classic essential Psychedelic album - you need to listen to this, and listen to it loud. This is the first Jefferson Airplane featuring Grace Slick and Spencer Dryden, as well as contributions from Jerry Garcia (listed as Spiritual Advisor), and is far heavier Psychedelic Rock than the début. Restricted by the pressures to record songs within the time constraints of pop tunes, I don't think that this selection would have been representative of their live work at the time, however the results are pretty good. It's not my favourite album by the band, but it's one of the best examples of a fairly early Psychedelic Rock, climaxing with "White Rabbit" and "Plastic Fantastic Lover". The bonus tracks on the CD are also worth getting for Garcia's fantastic playing on "In The Morning", and the great rocking cover of "Come Back Baby".
Love this group.Love the album...good looking good sound good songwriting...good morning,Psychadelia!one of the best of the genre.
Jefferson Airplane’s 2nd album (and 1st with Grace Slick) has become revered as an essential psychedelic artifact. I won’t argue that “Someday To Love” and their 60s take on Alice In Wonderland in “White Rabbit” aren’t worthwhile and great songs. Even if we’ve all heard them to death by now, I will fully acknowledge that these were very special songs. However, the rest of the album seems quite dull and unremarkable in contrast to these two shining diamonds. I felt the same way when I brought this album home from the library when I was a young child, yet always blamed myself for missing something. After years of exploring their catalog, I discovered that they were always a bit inconsistent in the songwriting department. There are some really great moments of inspiration amidst a great deal of less than brilliant meandering and experimentation. Maybe this requires a dose of Owsley's finest acid to fully appreciate? In the pale unflinching light of 2013, SURREALISTIC PILLOW just doesn't seem as remarkable as the older hipsters have always claimed. I'm not saying it's a BAD record, but it does contain some boring stretches that seem to last a bit longer than one would want.Highlights: "Somebody To Love", "White Rabbit" & "Embryonic Journey".