Editors’ Notes The twin juggernauts of “White Rabbit” and “Somebody to Love” ensured its place in rock history, but Jefferson Airplane’s 1967 album isn’t just a vehicle for showstopping new singer Grace Slick. Marty Balin lends vulnerable lead vocals to the medieval folk twinges of “Comin’ Back to Me” and The Mamas & The Papas-esque “How Do You Feel,” and “Embryonic Journey” shows off the fluid fingerpicking of future Hot Tuna guitarist Jorma Kaukonen. As playful as its title, Surrealistic Pillow is the sound of campfire love-ins turned trippy and ambitious.

SONG
She Has Funny Cars
1
3:08
 
Somebody to Love
2
2:54
 
My Best Friend
3
2:59
 
Today
4
2:57
 
Comin' Back to Me
5
5:15
 
3/5 Of a Mile In 10 Seconds
6
3:40
 
D. C. B. A. 25
7
2:35
 
How Do You Feel
8
3:28
 
Embryonic Journey
9
1:52
 
White Rabbit
10
2:30
 
Plastic Fantastic Lover
11
2:33
 
In the Morning
12
6:20
 
J. P. P. Mc Step B. Blues
13
2:36
 
Go to Her
14
4:01
 
Come Back Baby
15
2:55
 
Somebody to Love (Mono Single Version)
16
2:58
 
White Rabbit/D.C.B.A.-25 (Hidden Instrumental Track)
17
5:20
 

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