ABOUTVeteran pop-rock group with many personnel and style changes over the years. First recorded as Jefferson Airplane in the 1960s. Changed name to Jefferson Starship in the mid 1970s and later shortened it to Starship. Best known songs include "Somebody To Love" (1967), "Miracles" (1975), "We Built This City" (1985), "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" (1987), and "It's Not Enough" (1989). Jefferson Airplane was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996.
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Jefferson Airplane perform "Crown Of Creation" on The Ed Sullivan Show (September 29, 1968).
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- Somebody To Love 1967
- White Rabbit 1967
(Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit" is included in Rolling Stone magazine's list of 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time. This song's famous trippy lyrics, which contain veiled drug references, were inspired by the Lewis Carroll tales about Alice in Wonderland. The gradual, Bolero-like approach to the ending's climax, combined with Grace Slick's powerful vocals, give this oldies classic an intense, epic feel.)
- Miracles 1975
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