Before joining Jefferson Airplane, Grace Slick sang lead and played various instruments for the fantastic Society, who have been nearly as popular as Jefferson Airplane in the first days of the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA psychedelic scene. Instrumentally, the fantastic Society weren’t as disciplined as Aircraft. But they had been a minimum of their equals in creativity, infusing their probing songwriting with Indian affects, minor important melodic shifts, and groundbreaking, reverb-soaked psychedelic acoustic guitar by Slick’s brother-in-law, Darby Slick. Darby was also in charge of penning “Someone to Like,” which Elegance brought with her to Aircraft, who required it in to the Best Five in 1967. THE FANTASTIC Society split up in past due 1966 after documenting only 1 locally released solitary; after Jefferson Aircraft became celebrities, Columbia issued several live albums of the fantastic Society carrying out at San Francisco’s Matrix Golf club in 1966.
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