One of the trippiest efforts from the Lovin Spoonful – an album recorded after John Sebastian left the group, and Joe Butler took over – leading the group into some nicely tripped-out territory for the set! The album's still got some echoes of the Spoonful's earlier folk/
pop roots, but the sound is also more complex too – mature and thoughtful at some points, sonically experimental at others – put together with some cool arrangements from Richard Rome, Bob Finiz, and Butler – all of whom push the record into a mode that's almost more singer/
songwriter than before. Some numbers have some cool studio bits and experiments, and titles include "War
Games", "Till I Run With You", "Never Going Back", "Amazing Air", "Jug Of Wine", "Words", and "Revelation Revolution 69".