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The Essential Jefferson Airplane

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Download links and information about The Essential Jefferson Airplane by Jefferson Airplane. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 02:05:37 minutes.

Artist: Jefferson Airplane
Release date: 2003
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 32
Duration: 02:05:37
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Blues from an Airplane 2:10
2. It's No Secret 2:37
3. Come Up the Years 2:30
4. She Has Funny Cars 3:07
5. Somebody to Love (Pop #5/ Chart Debut: 4/1/67) 2:54
6. Comin' Back to Me 5:15
7. Embryonic Journey 1:51
8. White Rabbit 2:30
9. The Ballad of You & Me & Pooneil 4:30
10. Martha (Single Version) 3:27
11. The Last Wall of the Castle 2:40
12. Watch Her Ride 3:17
13. Lather 2:57
14. Crown of Creation 2:53
15. Greasy Heart 3:25
16. Share a Little Joke (Mono Single Version) 3:06
17. 3/5 Of a Mile In 10 Seconds (Remastered 2004) 4:46
18. Plastic Fantastic Lover 3:49
19. We Can Be Together 5:47
20. Good Shepherd 4:21
21. Wooden Ships (Remastered 2004) 6:23
22. Eskimo Blue Day (Remastered 2004) 6:33
23. Volunteers 2:04
24. Have You Seen the Saucers 3:36
25. Mexico 2:08
26. When the Earth Moves Again 3:56
27. Pretty As You Feel 4:29
28. The Third Week In the Chelsea 4:36
29. Long John Silver 4:25
30. Twilight Double Leader 4:44
31. Feel So Good 11:23
32. Milk Train 3:28

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RCA/Legacy's 32-track Jefferson Airplane retrospective focuses on the influential psychedelic rock collective's late-'60s/early-'70s heydays. From 1966 (Jefferson Airplane Takes Off) through 1972 (Thirty Seconds Over Winterland), the group released nine albums that effectively shadowed the era, blending social themes with drugs, paranoia, and youthful rebellion/revolution. Essential may be a bit much for the casual fan, as its two discs delve deep into the group's eclectic catalog, stacking lost gems like "Eskimo Blue Day" and "Third Week in the Chelsea" alongside radio staples like "Somebody to Love," "White Rabbit," and "Volunteers," but those who are willing to take the plunge will be rewarded with the band's most thorough, informative, and thoughtfully paced anthology to date.