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White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane - Peyote, Sweet Potatoes And LSD (CD)

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  1. Gushura
    Nov 09,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jefferson Airplane -White Rabbit-YouTube; Heart crazy on you - Duration: me 6,, views. 12 Year.
  2. Faujora
    Jefferson Airplane Cd - Live At Monterrey Pop Festival Jefferson Airplane (2/Cd) Peyote, Sweet Potatoes And LSD. Jefferson Airplane Cd - The Saga of Sidney Spacepig. Jefferson Airplane Cd - The Volunteers Sessions. Jefferson Airplane Cd - Volunteers & White Rabbit's Slick (NEW ARRIVALS) (Blu Ray) Dvd's (Music) Dvd's (Concert Posters.
  3. Zulkirn
    Jefferson Airplane's version of White Rabbit is used in the "Underworld" bunker smoking scene in Platoon (film), written and directed by Oliver Stone, which was released in [25] In the film Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Dr. Gonzo, high on LSD, is listening to "White Rabbit" in the bathtub.
  4. Dasho
    Grace Slick of the iconic ‘60s psychedelic rock band Jefferson Airplane is best known for her free-thinking and counter-culture spirit. This particular characteristic of hers is best embodied in her song, “White Rabbit”. The soundtrack of the summer of love in , the hypnotic “White Rabbit” has the notoriety of probably being.
  5. Arashilrajas
    White Rabbit Lyrics: One pill makes you larger / And one pill makes you small / And the ones that mother gives you / Don't do anything at all / Go ask Alice / When she's ten feet tall / And if you go.
  6. Melabar
    Song information for White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane on AllMusic. Song information for White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane on AllMusic live reunion CD. Originally performed with The Great Society, this love affair than The Jefferson Airplane's window to another world. It's a.
  7. Samuhn
    In the #24 song in the charts was White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Pop song now.
  8. Voodoole
    For Slick and others in the s, drugs were a part of mind-expanding and social experimentation. With its enigmatic lyrics, "White Rabbit" became one of the first songs to sneak drug references past censors on the radio. Even Marty Balin, Slick's eventual rival in Jefferson Airplane, regarded the song as a .

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