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8 thoughts on “ Be My Lady - Jefferson Starship - Winds Of Change (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. "Winds Of Change" is a personal favorite of mine. From Grace's up-tempo "Out Of Control" to the passion of Mickey's vocals for "Be My Lady," this album contains some of the best songs of JS history. The background vocals at the end of "Be My Lady" are phenomenal and "Black Widow" will blow your mind!
  2. Dec 12,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino Black Widow · Jefferson Starship Winds Of Change ℗ Jefferson Starship, Inc., under exclusive license to Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Winds Of Change on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - BXL1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Israel • Genre: Rock • 5/5(1).
  4. Sep 25,  · Product Description. Jefferson Starship's Freedom At Point Zero offered a new harder rock approach to their successful formula with Mickey Thomas, as Jefferson Airplane alumni Grace Slick and Marty Balin pursued solo careers. This new incarnation proved to be a solid success on the charts, as the masterwork became a smash, thanks to the help of their classics "Jane" and "Rock Music."/5(13).
  5. Be My Lady This song is by Jefferson Starship and appears on the album Winds of Change (). I just look at you and I'm hypnotized Like I'm drowning now, drowning in your eyes You are beautiful, past imagining And I want you more, more than anything And I cannot speak, and I've lost my sight All my senses gone, lost in you tonight And I want your love Be my lady, be my lady, be.
  6. An Album/ LP by Jefferson Starship described as follows. Performer/Band: Jefferson Starship Title: "Winds of Change" Label/Pressing Date: Grunt Records label, pressed in Manufacturer's Catalog #: BXL, Stereo Condition of Record: Nice NM! (see notes below regarding grading). Sold safftitinadibnoedrumemimpherweistav.coinfo date: May 03,
  7. Winds of Change is, along with its predecessor Modern Times, one of the weakest entries in the Jefferson Starship catalog. The dearth of Paul Kantner material (save for "Out of Control" and the obtuse and confused politics of "I Came Back from the Jaws of the Dragon") means that this album, more than any previous effort, relies on the input of outside songwriters.
  8. The answer to that question is Yes! This sound far superior the the original RCA release. If you are a fan of Jefferson Starship it is the definitive version of the CD. The packaging replicates the original album which is very cool. Great music plus great sound equals a buy!4/5(1).

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