Grace Slick - Welcome To The Wrecking Ball! download flac
A slide show of Grace Slick photos with "Wrecking Ball" as the backing track. The song is from the 1981 release Welcome To the Wrecking Ball.
50 €. Good 1981 Hard-Rocking, Progressive Album by the Voice of Jefferson Airplane - RE-LP.
Dreams is the second solo album by Grace Slick, released by RCA Records in March 1980. One single, "Seasons", was released in the United States to promote the record; In the United Kingdom, the track "Dreams" was issued as a single. The album reached on the Billboard charts. It also attained the number 28 position on the UK album chart. Seasons" (1980) US, 17 Netherlands. Dreams" (1980) US, 50 UK.
5 people found this helpful. Cheaters, walking downtown with their Hands in your pockets feeling cheated Killers on the street Talking jailbirds getting mistreated You wanna get greeted Well, welcome to the Wrecking Ball. Talkers, talking fast 'bout the past Tryin' to get the vote Streetwalkers, kneel for a dollar While we scream and holler Corporations, red carpet VIP Turn the key to the Wrecking Ball. Spin around let's get down To the Wrecking Ball Turn it on Let's knock down the wall
Band Name Grace Slick. Album Name Welcome to the Wrecking Ball! Type Album. Released date January 1981. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album0. Side A. 1. Wrecking Ball. 4. Round & Round.
Studio album by Grace Slick. The songs Slick wrote for side-B of the album are closer in style to the psychedelic songs of Jefferson Airplane than to the songs on Dreams, and the song "No More Heroes" contains vocal overlays and tape effects speeding up and slowing down the song. The album rose to on the Billboard charts. Viglione, Joe (2011). Retrieved 17 August 2011. Welcome to the Wrecking Ball! (Vinyl gatefold inside).
To coincide with the 1981 album Welcome to the Wrecking Ball, Grace Slick released an insightful interview disc which is actually more fun than the record. The album isn't bad, mind you, it's just that she's such a personality that listening to the star ramble on about the wrecking ball as a symbol of destruction along with her other opinions on life is thoroughly enjoyable. Slick creates only lyrics to four of the ten titles, so this is really a Scott Zito album with Grace Slick as the vocalist. Where on the previous disc, Dreams, the singer composed five of the ten totally without a collaborator, that album is closer to what the fans expect from "White Rabbit"'s author. Dreams, Manhole, and Software have more of her personality in the grooves. The first track, "Wrecking Ball," explodes off the disc, a complement to the photos on the cover and inside the gatefold.
Grace Slick - Wrecking Ball 03:50. Grace Slick - Mistreater 03:26. Grace Slick - Shot in the Dark 03:19. Grace Slick - Round & Round 03:38. Grace Slick - Shooting Star 05:21. Grace Slick - Just a Little Love 04:22. Grace Slick - Sea of Love 04:05. Grace Slick - Lines 03:21.