|1||Somebody To Love||3:05|
|#1001||The Great !! Society !!||Someone To Love / Free Advice (7", Single)||Northbeach Records||#1001||US||1966|
|421||Grace Slick & The Great Society||Grace Slick & The Great Society - Somebody To Love / Good Advice (7", Single, RE)||Hi-Oldies Records||421||US||Unknown|
|#1001||The Great !! Society !!||Someone To Love / Free Advice (7", Single, Promo)||Northbeach Records||#1001||US||1966|
Side B is mistitled as "Good Advice" but plays an edit of the "Free Advice" version that also appears on Love Is The Song We Sing (San Francisco Nuggets 1965-1970).
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