Crazy Miranda is a song by Jefferson Airplane which appears on the album Bark. The track starts out in a very melancholy fashion with a piano primarily leading the track with Grace Slick joining in with the vocals.
I’m not exactly sure, but to be completely honest, I think that the piano adds an unnecessary dramatic or melancholy effect to the song.
The reason I say this is because the music sounds extremely dark and everything but Slick’s vocal melody doesn’t match this
at all, so putting these two things together creates quite a conflicting sound.
After a while this seems to go away, or I’m just getting used to it, but I’m still not a huge fan of the sound of this track thus far.
At slightly under a minute in the piano starts to build up in a slightly more aggressive fashion so I imagine that the song would be taking a shift in tone but Slick never comes in with a new set ...