Retail pak Time Warner AudioBooks 1998
CS ISBN 1570426279 $17.98 Two cassettes
Grace Slick represented rock and roll, rebellious freedom, and outspoken creativity during the '60's and '70's. As the lead singer for Jefferson Airplane, she was an idol for millions of young people all over the world. No one could relate counterculture history intertwined with her own experiences better than Grace herself. Her voice is unmistakable. She's always had the power to hypnotize crowds with her powerful singing voice, and her speaking voice is no exception. Enhancing her magnetic performance is her riveting honesty. Slick has no secrets and bares her soul without regret. Her wit and sarcasm, which have always gotten her into trouble, rise from her insights into the ridiculous. Her humor has carried her through the good and bad seasons, and she shares it abundantly with the listeners. B.J.P. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: APR/MAY 99]
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