Dust jacket notes: "This is the authorized biography of the longest-reigning first lady of rock, Grace Slick. It is her story - growing up as a child of the middle class, marriage to the boy next door, discovering and creating music, finally emerging as one of the strongest voices of the sixties counterculture, and living through and conquering the crises of the seventies. Also it is the story of a rock band, an anarchic collection of talented individuals collectively known as the Jefferson Airplane, who grew and changed, split up and regrouped, redefined as Jefferson Starship, and how they won and lost their battles over the years to maintain their musical integrity against the difficult influences of rock fame and success and all that they entail. And it is in a way the story of everyone who found social consciousness in the sixties, only to have it threatened by the material concerns of the seventies. Today Grace is as strong and as vocal as ever, and this book stands as a penetrating, inside look at the rock world and the 'psychedelic generation,' and one woman who survived it all at the top."
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