Limited gold colored vinyl LP pressing.
In their late-'60s heyday, the Jefferson Airplane embodied the era's revolutionary attitude and experimental spirit like no other rock act. Their unique combination of adventurous musicianship, visionary lyrics and personal charisma defined San Francisco psychedelia and established the band as quintessential Aquarian-age messengers. Released in the fall of 1968, Crown of Creation found the ever-evolving Airplane moving towards a heavier, more concise approach on such tunes as "Greasy Heart" "In Time," "If You Feel" and the soaring title number. The band's folk-rock roots are reflected on Grace Slick's whimsical "Lather" and the David Crosby penned "Triad," and the album culminates in grand style with "The House at Pooneil Corners," one of the Airplane's most epic excursions.