Jefferson Airplane - VolunteersVendor: Rca
RARE/2HAND VINYL LP ON RCA 1970
Rca SF 8076 made in UK in gatefold cover.
Vinyl VG+. Cover VG+.
The Jefferson Airplane's sixth album Volunteers was released in 1969, a mere two year since their monumental psychedelic hippie rock album Surrealistic Pillow . A politically charged album, Volunteers mainly dealt with the injustice of the Vietnam war.
Besides its lyrical content causing controversy, the album was ahead of its time on a technological level as well. At the time, Volunteers was one of the first albums to be recorded on a state-of-the-art sixteen track tape recorder, a picture of which can be seen on the backside of the album sleeve.
Musical collaborators include Stephen Stills and David Crosby. Volunteers is a crucial Jefferson record that ranks among the top albums of this seminal San Francisco psychedelic rock group.
1. We can be together
2. Good shepherd
3. The farm
4. Hey fredrick
5. Turn my life down
6. Wooden ships
7. Eskimo blue day
8. A song for all seasons