12. It includes the acoustic guitar instrumental “Embryonic Journey”, the first song penned for the band by guitarist Jorma Kaukonen, and “Today”, which had originally been written for Tony Bennett. “D.C.B.A. – 25” was but one of the drug referential tracks on this album whose first single, “My Best Friend”, failed to chart. Although Marty Balin composed many of the songs, this album differed from its predecessor due to the presence of former Great Society vocalist Grace Slick and her two contributions, “White Rabbit” and “Somebody To Love”. FTP, what was this second album by the Jefferson Airplane?