JEFFERSON AIRPLANE (GRACE SLICK) - INSCRIBED RECORD ALBUM SLEEVE SIGNED - HFSID 277669
Sale Price $252.00
GRACE SLICKCopy of Jefferson Starship's 1975 album Red Octopus, signed "Love" by the lead singer. Red Octopus was a no.1 album in 1975 and one of Jefferson Airplane and Starship's biggest-selling albums. Inscribed Record Album Sleeve signed "To Kerry/ Love/ Grace/ Slick" in black felt tip, color, 12¼x12¼ sleeve with 11¾-inch diameter album and 12x11¾ liner. Cover is titled in gold letters: "Jefferson/Starship/Red Octopus". ©1975 Grunt Records, distributed by RCA Records. Liner has lyrics on one side. Red Octopus was released in 1975 by Jefferson Starship, which was formed out of the remnants of Jefferson Airplane. It was one of the biggest-selling albums from either Airplane or Starship and topped the charts the year of its release. One of its singles, Miracles, peaked at No. 3 on the pop charts. Accompanied by: Four newspaper articles on Slick, including an unsigned clipped advertisement from the Sept. 23, 1998 issue of the Palo Alto Weekly, announcing Slick's appearance at Kepler's in Menlo Park, California, where this album was allegedly signed, two unsigned reviews from 1998 of her autobiography Somebody to Love? (1998); and five unsigned, clipped and staple-bound pages from the Sept. 6-12 edition of the San Francisco Chronicle magazine Datebook, which include an interview with Slick. Grace Slick (b. 1939), born Grace Barnett Wing, was the lead singer for the rock group Jefferson Airplane (1967-1973) and its successor, Jefferson Starship (1974-1988). She also released four well-received solo albums in between tours and recordings with the groups. Largely absent from performing after 1990, she published her autobiography, Somebody to Love, in 1998. Her biggest hits include a song of the same name and "White Rabbit" (1967), a celebration of drug-taking emblematic of late 1960s counterculture. Cover is lightly stained, scuffed, and creased. Sleeve is gently creased and has light dents along edges. Record is in fine condition. Newspaper articles are lightly toned, torn, and creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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