Jefferson Airplane - A Song For All Seasons
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  • At first I thought the vocals on this track were sort of jumbled too much, which created sort of as sloppy sound, but after listening to the track a bit closer, the vocals actually produce a pretty nice sound and flow well with the piano behind them
  • In some lines of the vocals I think there are a few too many syllables in the line to fit extremely smoothly with the vocal melody, but for the most part, the vocals aren’t too bad at all
  • Right from the start of the song, the vocals are pretty much present throughout the entire song which isn’t a terrible thing, although it would’ve been nice for at least a few instrumental transitions or parts in my opinion
  • My only problem with having vocals the entire song is that the track seems as if its sort of just continuing to go on and on as if it isn’t really going anywhere because the vocals don’t exactly build up to a specific part and the music is pretty much secondary on this track


    • by Grimmy101
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      A Song For All Seasons is a song by Jefferson Airplane which appears on their 1969 release, Volunteers. The track opens up with a piano bit and right away you certainly get sort of a sense of country rock rather than the traditional psychedelic rock of Jefferson Airplane.

      At first I thought the vocals on this track were sort of jumbled too much, which created sort of as sloppy sound, but after listening to the track a bit closer, the vocals actually


      produce a pretty nice sound and flow well with the piano behind them.

      In some lines of the vocals I think there are a few too many syllables in the line to fit extremely smoothly with the vocal melody, but for the most part, the vocals aren’t too bad at all.

      At first I wasn’t too into this song because I wasn’t a huge fan of the country influence on the track, but after listening to it, although it is clearly there,


      • I wouldn’t say that the country sound has a dominating or overwhelming influence on the overall sound of the track.

        Right from the start of the song, the vocals are pretty much present throughout the entire song which isn’t a terrible thing, although it would’ve been nice for at least a few instrumental transitions or parts in my opinion.

        My only problem with having vocals the entire song is that the track seems as if its sort of just continuing to go

        on and on as if it isn’t really going anywhere because the vocals don’t exactly build up to a specific part and the music is pretty much secondary on this track.

        A Song For All Seasons isn’t anything which really blows me away, but at the same time, I’ll admit that I ended up enjoying it quite a bit more than I originally thought I would.

        Although not a bad song, there’s other music by Jefferson Airplane which is obviously much better as well.




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