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Feed your head: Grace Slick’s isolated vocal track for ‘White Rabbit’ will blow your mind
03.13.2017
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Feed your head: Grace Slick’s isolated vocal track for ‘White Rabbit’ will blow your mind


The great Grace Slick.
 
Though the epic, unforgettable Jefferson Airplane jam “White Rabbit” was in fact written under the influence of LSD by Grace Slick while she listened to Miles Davis’ Sketches of Spain album, Slick maintains that the song and its references to mushrooms and chasing rabbits was not exactly about drugs per se.

Over the years Slick has said that the song was taking aim at children’s stories that in her mind were laced with drug references, specifically Alice in Wonderland, the 1865 novel by Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) and its many mentions of potions and a water pipe smoking caterpillar. The fierce vocalist also noted that the anthemic conclusion of the song where she belts out the “Feed your head” bit was a call to arms of sorts about the importance of education and the idea of enlightening your mind and senses.

So now that we’ve got our little psychedelic history lesson out of the way, you might want to take a seat while you listen to the powerful isolated vocal track from “White Rabbit” below.
 

Grace Slick’s isolated vocals tracks for “White Rabbit.”
 
HT: Society of Rock

Previously on Dangerous Minds:
Grace Slick says ‘f*ck’ on American TV for the very first time, 1969

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