Two Heads

Album: After Bathing at Baxter's (1967)

Songfacts®:

  • Another psychedelic song written by Grace Slick, this was the B-side to "The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil," the first single released from this album and Jefferson Airplane's seventh overall.
  • This song precedes "Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon" in the fifth and final suite on the album, entitled "Schizoforest Love Suite." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Mark - Desperate Hot Springs, CA, for above 2

Comments: 2

  • Apsa from AfricaGrace had been modelling for some time, before she decided to get into the music thing.
    She would make up and wear smart clothes, but seemed to be not completely at ease with beauty.
    "Two heads", along with "Greasy heart" (Crown of creation LP) and "Crazy Miranda" (Bark LP), are kind of protest songs against the fact of feeling obliged to look pretty.
  • Adam from West Palm Beach, FlAnother journey down the rabbit hole, perhaps...

    "Wearing your comb like an axe in your head" is a great lyric...
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