Somebody to Love?

  • by Grace Slick
  • Narrated by Grace Slick
  • 3 hrs and 0 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Discover what it was really like during, and after, the summer of love - and how one remarkable woman survived it all to remain today as vibrant and rebellious as ever. Grace Slick was the original "great rock diva." As the lead singer of Jefferson Airplane, which produced the classics "White Rabbit" and "Somebody to Love," she was at the forefront of the '60s and '70s counterculture. Now, in her inimitable voice, she offers a revealing portrait of the complex woman behind the rock-outlaw image, and delivers a behind-the-scenes view of rock's grandest stages.


What the Critics Say

"Grace has finally lifted up her skirt and given us a view you won't soon forget." (Danny Sugerman, No One Here Gets Out Alive)
"I always loved Slick's talent...I didn't know I loved her wisdom and humor as well." (Olivia Goldsmith, The First Wives Club)


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Customer Reviews

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Don't bother

I don't listen to or read celebrity autobiographies - maybe if I did I wouldn't have been surprised by this. As someone who spent her late teens and early twenties with the Airplane and the Dead playing constantly, I looked forward to some insights from Grace Slick into that exotic, fast moving and drug loaded time and into Grace herself. There were none. It is a very short listen (the only version is the abridged one - probably for good reason) and it is very thin and superficial.
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- Maddy

Oh, Grace!

Grace Slick lays it all on the line with an honest look back at her life and career through the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. This isn't just another 60s music scene survivor tell-all. It is a fabulous piece of great story telling. You'll find it delightfully uplifting and lighthearted, too.
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- Rima Deford

Book Details

  • Release Date: 16-12-1999
  • Publisher: Hachette Audio