Young Girl Sunday Blues

Album: After Bathing at Baxter's (1967)
  • After Bathing at Baxter's was the third album released by Jefferson Airplane and was also the one that signifies the shift from Marty Balin to Paul Kantner as primary songwriter, which is indicated by this song, which was Balin's only writing contribution to the set. >>
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    Mark - Desperate Hot Springs, CA

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  • Curt from Sarasota, FlThis, to me, is the quintessential hippie love song by the quintessential hippie band on their spaciest album. Love it.
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