Great Society

Grace Slick put the "great" in The Great Society, and when she left in '66 she took "Somebody To Love" and all the Society's cache. Formed in '64, The Great Society was an imaginative, psychedelic-Indian music intellect on the new music scene, popular at The Matrix in San Francisco and powered also by Darby Slick, Grace's brother-in-law and author of "Somebody," on guitar. Slick's "White Rabbit," variously described as a trip piece and a smart-mouthed warning to parents, is one of The Great Society's most memorable numbers.

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