“Crown Of Creation” by Jefferson Airplane - album review

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TJR says

Although these late 60s rock bands were largely tiresome to me, there's always something appealing on Jefferson Airplane albums, and it's usually down to Grace Slick, the star attraction. Her anti-societal “Lather” opens the set; it's ok to do your own thing and to hell with norms. Best of the lot is the album's anti-war closer, “The House At Pooneil Corners”, an ominous heavy-sludge rocker which gets my head nodding musically and lyrically. It's right on. Won't someome think of the little bears?

The Jukebox Rebel
14-Dec-2008


A1 [02:57] 6.5.png Jefferson Airplane - Lather (Grace Slick) Folk Rock / Americana
A2 [04:14] 4.9.png Jefferson Airplane - In Time (Paul Kantner, Marty Balin) Folk Rock / Americana
A3 [04:55] 4.5.png Jefferson Airplane - Triad (David Crosby) Songwriter
A4 [03:11] 4.6.png Jefferson Airplane - Star Track (Jorma Kaukonen) Rock
A5 [03:09] 4.8.png Jefferson Airplane - Share A Little Joke (Marty Balin) Psychedelia
A6 [01:20] 2.5.png Jefferson Airplane - Chushingura (Spencer Dryden) Avant-Garde
B1 [03:21] 3.4.png Jefferson Airplane - If You Feel (Marty Balin, Gary Blackman) Rock
B2 [02:54] 5.0.png Jefferson Airplane - Crown Of Creation (Paul Kantner) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B3 [03:02] 4.3.png Jefferson Airplane - Ice Cream Phoenix (Jorma Kaukonen, Charles Cockey) Rock
B4 [03:26] 4.7.png Jefferson Airplane - Greasy Heart (Grace Slick) Rock
B5 [05:54] 7.1.png Jefferson Airplane - The House At Pooneil Corners (Paul Kantner, Marty Balin) Rock




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