Jefferson Starship: Paul Kantner (vocals, acoustic & electric 12-string guitars, banjo, glass harmonica, synthesizer); Marty Balin (vocals, acoustic guitar); Diana Mangano (vocals); Slick Aguilar (guitar); T Lavitz (piano, Hammond B-3 organ, synthesizer); Jack Casady (bass); Prairie Prince (drums, Celtic drum, marimba, rainstick, acoustic & electronic percussion).
Additional personnel: Darby Gould, Amy Escolere, Grace Slick (vocals); Alexander Kantner (guitar); Tim Gorman (piano, synthesizer); Tony Menjivar (congas).
Producers: Paul Kantner, Marty Balin, Tom Flye.
Recorded at Coast Recorders, San Francisco, California.
Japanese version with one bonus track.
WINDOWS OF HEAVEN proves that Jefferson Starship was still relevant in the '90s. Preaching such '60s ethics as freedom, peace, and mind expansion, the band shows that looking towards a better future will never go out of style. The core of the Airplane/Starship lineup remains intact, with Marty Balin, Jack Casady, and Paul Kantner as viable a musical force as ever.
"See The Light" features the wonderful singing talents of Balin. WINDOWS' title track is an intense six-minute number featuring Kantner and Diana Mangano, a powerful vocalist reminiscent of Grace Slick. Slick herself lends her legendary pipes to "I'm On Fire," a political track suited for rock radio. The mellow "Goddess" recalls the band's RED OCTOPUS era. "Millenium Beyond," the album's epic closer, proclaims love as the answer to a better life for all. Classic rock fans can rejoice. WINDOWS is a tight, well-produced piece in the Jefferson Starship puzzle.