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Jefferso Airplane Volunteers

Jefferso Airplane Volunteers

Jefferso Airplane Volunteers


RCA AYL-3867 USA disco EX+ portada EX+

Studio album by Jefferson Airplane
ReleasedNovember 1969
RecordedApril 1969 at Wally Heider Studios,San Francisco
GenrePsychedelic rock, acid rock, folk rock
69:36 (2004 reissue)
LabelRCA Victor
ProducerAl Schmitt

The album was marked with strong anti-war and pro-anarchism songs. The theme of nature, communities and ecology was also explored with the songs "The Farm" and "Eskimo Blue Day". The title track was inspired by a "Volunteers of America" garbage truck that woke singer Marty Balin one morning. The album`s original title wasVolunteers of Amerika, spoofing Volunteers of America, an old religious charity similar to Salvation Army. The spelling, Amerika, usually references both German fascism and the Kafka novel. After VOA objected, the title was shortened to Volunteers.[4]

Side one
No.TitleWriter(s)Quadraphonic Mix LengthLength
1."We Can Be Together" Paul Kantner5:565:48
2."Good Shepherd" traditional, arranged by Jorma Kaukonen4:214:21
3."The Farm" Kantner, Gary Blackman2:323:15
4."Hey Fredrick" Grace Slick9:008:26
Side two
No.TitleWriter(s)Quadraphonic Mix LengthLength
1."Turn My Life Down" Kaukonen2:542:54
2."Wooden Ships" David Crosby, Kantner, Stephen Stills5:506:24
3."Eskimo Blue Day" Slick, Kantner6:156:31
4."A Song for All Seasons" Spencer Dryden3:283:28
5."Meadowlands" Lev Knipper1:041:04
6."Volunteers" Marty Balin, Kantner2:212:08

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