Daily Joint: Triple Threat

So for today’s Daily Joint I want to do something different. There’s going to be three tracks on this one; the original, a remake, and a re-remake. Check it out.

Artist: Jefferson Airplane
Album: Surrealistic Pillow (released 1967)
Produced by: Rick Jarrard

The original track may not remain the best (depends on who you talk to) but it definitely originated the vibe. Jefferson Airplane was a trailblazer (hehe) in psychedelic rock and were the first group to receive widespread critical and mainstream success.

Artist: Tom Scott
Album: Honeysuckle Breeze (released 1967)
Produced by: Tom Scott

The first remake, released the same year. This version has more jazz influence, but still maintains the vibe Jefferson Airplane started off with. I don’t know much about Tom Scott, but this recording was sampled in one of the greatest tracks in hip hop’s history.

Artist: C.L. Smooth
Album: Mecca and the Soul Brother (released 1992)
Produced by: Pete Rock

The final alteration of the original is my favorite. If you play this song outside at least five people will start rapping the lyrics. This track was also featured on an episode of The Boondocks, complete with a character that was strikingly similar to Bob Ross.

Happy late 4/20 everyone. Even though everyday’s 4/20 to me…

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