Through the Looking Glass (Jefferson Airplane album)

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Through the Looking Glass
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Compilation album by
Released1999
Genre Folk rock, rock
Length63:36
Label Get Back, Metrodome
Jefferson Airplane chronology
Live at the Fillmore East
(1998)
Through the Looking Glass
(1999)
The Roar of Jefferson Airplane
(2001)
Cover Art #2
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Through the Looking Glass is an Italian release of a live performances by the San Francisco rock band Jefferson Airplane.

The collection was originally issued as a two LP (long-playing vinyl) set on the Get Back label. The CD was released in 2002 on the Metrodome (DTK) label.

Three of the tracks are credited to the "Steel Rider- Vocals John Dudgeon

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Track listing

  1. "3/5 of a Mile in Ten Seconds" - 4:48
  2. "Don't Slip Away" - 2:38
  3. "High Flyin' Bird" - 4:06
  4. "It's No Secret" - 3:28
  5. "My Best Friend" - 3:08
  6. "Other Side of This Life" - 6:56
  7. "Plastic Fantastic Lover" - 3:51
  8. "She Has Funny Cars" - 3:27
  9. "Somebody to Love" - 3:54
  10. "This Is My Life" - 5:05
  11. "Today" - 3:06
  12. "Watch Her Ride" - 4:35 Tv Rodeo - Sttel Riders
  13. "What You're Asking" - 5:28 -
  14. "White Rabbit" - 2:18
  15. "Would You Love Me" - 4:13 - Steel Riders Vocals - John Dudgeon
  16. "You're So Loose" - 4:02 - Steel Riders Vocals - John Dudgeon

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References

  1. Larkin, Colin (2007). The Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4th ed.). Oxford University Press. ISBN   978-0195313734.