A mysterious physique named Tom Mastin wrote “HOW WILL YOU Feel,” among the songs around the Jefferson Airplane’s second album, Surrealistic Cushion. Along with “My Greatest Friend,” it had been the lightest folk-rock track with an LP normally comprised of relatively harder-edged material. Using its harmonies and recorder, it and “My Greatest Friend” were relatively similar to the Mamas as well as the Papas, an evaluation that wouldn’t keep true of all of those other record. Barbara Rowes’ biography of Elegance Slick records that Mastin was a pal of the music group, but nothing at all else is well known from the fellow. He’s relegated compared to that pantheon of songwriters who got a tune or two documented by big 1960s folk-rock rings, such as for example Bob Hippard and Harvey Gerst (for the Byrds), Micki Callen (for Buffalo Springfield), and Ron Polte (for Quicksilver Messenger Assistance).