by. Grace Slick (Author). This book, co-written with her good friend Andrea Cagan, is an autobiography that will delight not only her fans but also those who grew up during the 1960s and can boast bragging rights to having heard Grace and her contemporaries live in concert. While she admits unashamedly to living the drugs & sex life of the classic rock 'n' roller, she actually doesn't come off as "depraved" in the normally understood sense.
Grace Slick I read Grace Slick's book when it first came out. I learned a bit about her and Jim Morrison and . Having recently read Bruce Springsteen's memoir Born to Run. and in the mood for more musical reflections I picked up Grace Slick's 1997 autobiography. I learned a bit about her and Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin. I learned a bit about the person as opposed to the star. As a teenager in the psychedelic era Jefferson Airplane's albums were among the first American bands I bought. Before that I was all English invasion - Beatles, Stones, Animals, Who et. Surrealistic Pillow, Jefferson Airplane's second album was my first and it was something completely different to my young ears. Monday, October 31, 2016 4:05 PM.
She has been called rock and roll's original female outlaw, as famous for her bad behavior as for her haunting singing voice. In her 25-year career as a musician, Grace Slick charted dozens of hits and sold millions of albums
She has been called rock and roll's original female outlaw, as famous for her bad behavior as for her haunting singing voice. In her 25-year career as a musician, Grace Slick charted dozens of hits and sold millions of albums. From "White Rabbit" and "Somebody to Love" to "Sarah" and "Miracles", the songs she performed became the anthems of a generation. Whether describing her antics at the White House with Abbie Hoffman or the unforgettable experience that was Woodstock, Slick's recollections have the same rich imagery found in her lyrics.
Wildly funny, candid, and evocative, Somebody to Love?tells what it was really like during, and after, the Summer of Love-and how one remarkable woman survived it all to remain today as vibrant and rebellious as ever. Format Paperback 368 pages.
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Grace Slick looks back on a lifetime of sex, drugs and rock & roll in Somebody to Love?, a wisecracking memoir featuring cameos . Somebody to Love? : A Rock-and-Roll Memoir. by Andrea Cagan and Grace Slick.
Somebody to Love? : A Rock-and-Roll Memoir.
Andrea Cagan is an American writer, biographer and ghostwriter. She has brought a dozen books to the bestseller lists, including three New York Times bestsellers and one Los Angeles Times bestseller. Cagan appeared in the 1970 anti-Vietnam War film Captain Milkshake, which saw a revival in 2003.
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A Rock-and-Roll Memoir. New York: Warner Books, 1998. Slight bump to top protruding edge of rear cover. Slick was lead singer in the famous 60s rock-and-roll band, Jefferson Airplane ISBN: 0500016933 (Rock Musicians). Very Good+ in Fine DJ. B&W Photographs. Other Products from hartmannbooks (View All). A Twentieth Century Lady: The Story Of Katharine Sinclair Minor. 2 people like this topic.