The Sixties were a turbulent time in America as its disenfranchised youth looked to their musical heroes for many of its compelling questions. The Jefferson Airplane with Grace Slick, Paul Kantner, Jack Casady, Jorma Kaukonen, Marty Balin, Skip Spence and Spencer Dryden provided their fans the answers with heavy guitars, powerful vocals and time honored classic sixties anthems like "Somebody To Love," "White Rabbit" and "Volunteers." In 1970 RCA Victor Records honored its acid rockers Jefferson Airplane with their first greatest hits collection, the chart-topping The Worst Of The Jefferson Airplane. The 15-song collection represents the finest tracks from their amazing first six albums including the likes of "Surrealistic Pillow," "Crown Of Creation" and "After Bathing At Baxter's." The Summer Of Love well into the Woodstock close of the decade are truly represented with the masterworks these San Franciscan legends created for this once-in-a-lifetime collection.