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American singer/songwriter Grace Slick of psychedelic rock group Jefferson Airplane, July 1970.

The legendary Grace Slick celebrates a birthday today (October 30), and to this very day, she remains one of rock’s most iconic, powerful voices.

Want proof?  Let’s go to the tape!

One of our favorite trends when it comes to viral videos is the “isolated vocal track,” which usually captures the awe-inspiring talent of the world’s best singers.  In honor of Slick’s birthday, we chose five of our favorite isolated vocals for your listening pleasure.  Prepare to be blown away.

Grace Slick – “White Rabbit”

Rock and roll’s version of a Gregorian chant, Slick’s voice on “White Rabbit” builds is akin to a force that could move mountains.

Grace Slick Vocals Isolated - White Rabbit

Even cooler and more powerful than you'd imagine! ............................ FAQ & LYRICS (below) Q: Who did the original vocals isolation and remastering? A: I don't know. It has been floating around the web for some time--it's superb. Q: What did you do?


Robert Plant – “Since I’ve Been Loving You”

The way his voice roars as if out of nowhere is just incredible.

Robert Plant vocals only.

Robert Plant sings since i ve been loving you ripped out the vocals only ...... awesome



Freddie Mercury – “Somebody To Love”

Mercury was the type of singer whose voice could soar well over any instrument, so to hear his isolated vocals is simply mind-blowing.  Such a remarkable talent taken from us all too soon.

Somebody To Love Isolated Vocals

Uploaded by Jen Blackwell on 2012-12-24.


David Lee Roth – “Running With The Devil”

Okay…hear us out.  Perhaps DLR’s vocals won’t give you chills as noted in the headline, but there’s just something about his various whoops and grunts that is intriguing.  Be honest; we’re not wrong.

david lee roth running with the devil (vocals only) 1978

david lee roth studio vocal of running with the devil no instruments. Dry vocals i.e no effects sounds good to me!

Merry Clayton – “Gimme Shelter”

There’s a reason why many feel Clayton’s solo on The Rolling Stones’ “Gimme Shelter” is the greatest vocal solo of all time.  We’ll just let the track speak for itself.

 Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock blogger that loves the smell of old vinyl in the morning.

Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock news blogger who's well versed in etiquette and extraordinarily nice.