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More accessible than the raw magic of After Bathing at Baxter’s, Crown of Creation, Jefferson Airplane's fourth studio album, balances the group’s many strengths, opening with soothing compositions, including Grace Slick’s entrancing “Lather” and David Crosby’s risqué “Triad” (which Crosby’s band, The Byrds, refused to release). The premium musicianship of guitarist Jorma Kaukonen and bassist Jack Casady, who treated his bass as a lead instrument, provided the firepower necessary for tunes like the ultra-cool “Star Track,” the eerie “Share a Little Joke,” the shuffling “If You Feel,” and the heavy title track. The closing trilogy stands among the group’s best work. 

Customer Reviews

10th time

This at least the tenth time in my life I bought this album I was lucky enough to have seen the Airplane several times including at Woodstock spent a lot of time driving around during the weekend in high school eating sunshine and listening to this album ( 8 track at the time) just downloaded so I can listen to it again no sunshine this time just driving home from work what happened to me?

One of the great ones

When I was much younger in my way early 20's, maybe even late teens, I had been a child a varied music tastes. From the first song I can remember, from A.M. radio at about three years old, I can see clearly now the rain is gone, to Elvis, to seeing Yellow Submarine, when I was way young and then late on Tommy and then even later The Wall. I was a fan of Disco and even had a silky disco shirt I wore when that horrible dance show came on. I knew some about rock and eventually was lured into Kiss by a cousin. I quickly discovered a way better band watching Sha Na Na with my father one Saturday night in which the Ramones played, I think my father hated them, I loved them and that silly movie in which they ate a lot of pizza. Eventually I would discover Rap and Hip Hop. By my late teens I started getting sick of buying rap albums with one good song on them and turned my focus to some of the people those records sampled like Jimi Hendrix. I was looking for some Hendrix at a garage sale one day and found this along side the great one. I bought it out of a flook at took it home for a listen. I must have listened to this a thousand times. That was my classic rock phase. There is great song on here that would make a great cover tune even today…If You Feel. This is a great album all the way through and is one of the heights of late 60s Psychedelia. What makes this album work is that it is soft music I mean way soft, that never bores you and is not real difficult to take in. This will grow on you if you have never heard it and if you have you know what I mean.

Amazing Talent, Fantastic Record!

If when “If you feel” comes on you you should immediately reach to turn the volume UP.

This is a great album from a colorful, at times crazy and more often expansive place. It captures what was happening in the San Francisco scene and the Airplane was perhaps its very best band. Jorma’s guitar work is fantastic really really fantastic. Jack’s bass is serious and tied to Jorma. Grace’s singing is so clear, so precise and so freaking militant …what a band.


Formed: 1965 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s

Jefferson Airplane was the first of the San Francisco psychedelic rock groups of the 1960s to achieve national recognition. Although the Grateful Dead ultimately proved more long-lived and popular, Jefferson Airplane defined the San Francisco sound in the 1960s, with the acid rock guitar playing of Jorma Kaukonen and the soaring twin vocals of Grace Slick and Marty Balin, scoring hit singles and looking out from the covers of national magazines. They epitomized the drug-taking hippie ethos as well...
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