Embryonic Journey

disambiguation:

  • "Embryonic Journey" (instrumental) refers to a song by Jorma Kaukonen, guitarist for Jefferson Airplane
  • Embryonic Journey (album) is an album by Jorma Kaukonen and Tom Constanten, one-time keyboardist for the Grateful Dead

Other articles related to "embryonic journey":

Embryonic Journey (instrumental)
... The acoustic instrumental 'Embryonic Journey' composed by Jefferson Airplane / Hot Tuna guitarist Jorma Kaukonen originally appeared as the ninth track on Jefferson Airplane's ...

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