Jefferson Airplane - 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds (Song)
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  • Overall, there’s nothing all that great about 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds, it’s pretty much just an average song, although certainly enjoyable, but there’s nothing on here which makes me really want to go into detail about a section or a part unfortunately
  • Nevertheless, the overall upbeat and lighthearted attitude of this track flows nicely with the rest of Surrealistic Pillow and although I wouldn't consider this track among my favorites, I still don't mind listening to it at all


    • by Grimmy101
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      3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds is a track by Jefferson airplane which is on their second album, Surrealistic Pillow. This track opens up with a very brief drum introduction before the guitars come in and are soon followed by Marty Balin and Grace Slick on vocals.

      For about the first half of the song pretty much follows the same rhythm which was established


      by the introduction of the song and is primarily led by the very upbeat and lighthearted vocal delivery of Slick and Balin.

      At about halfway in comes a guitar solo which sounds like it has a significant amount of psychedelic influence, although this whole track runs with that, and at this point the instruments go somewhat free and this is a break from the rest ...


      • of the song.

        After this solo the track gets back into its original structure and continues in the arrangement which was already established.

        Overall, the rhythm of the track is extremely fluid and all of the parts transition in and out very smoothly so the overall songwriting comes off as good.

        Overall, there’s nothing all that great about 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds,

        it’s pretty much just an average song, although certainly enjoyable, but there’s nothing on here which makes me really want to go into detail about a section or a part unfortunately.

        Nevertheless, the overall upbeat and lighthearted attitude of this track flows nicely with the rest of Surrealistic Pillow and although I wouldn’t consider this track among my favorites, I still don’t mind listening to it at all.




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