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The Great Society was a 1960s San Francisco rock band in the burgeoning Haight Ashbury folk-psychedelic style pervasive during the time of its existence, 1965 to 1966. Remembered as the original group of model turned singer Grace Slick, the initial line-up of the band also featured her then-husband Jerry Slick on drums, his brother Darby Slick on guitar, David Miner on vocals and guitar, Bard DuPont on bass, and Peter van Gelder on saxophone. Miner and DuPont would not remain… read more

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  • Avatar for AndalusianCat
    доставляют куда больше, чем Аэроплан.
  • Avatar for Color_Of_Sound
    The beginning of Psych Rock!! ... and highly recommended for fans and miners of the 60's music !
  • Avatar for Gnaritasundique
    I think they were more *experimental* than JA. In "Free Advice" Grace's voice is incredibly godly.
  • Avatar for salvian_prayoga
    More trippy than Jeffersons [3]
  • Avatar for Lowbacca
    VOTE UP:
  • Avatar for eSpinoza88
    More trippy than Jeffersons [2]
  • Avatar for KaramAkerfeldt
  • Avatar for yoursvivek
    [quote] Hmzz Grace Slick & The great society got more hits/plays than the real name The Great Society [/quote] Nothing new.
  • Avatar for athaiya
    great band!
  • Avatar for catacombs
    More trippy than Jefferson imo!

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