The numbering of the grid is, in a word, amazing. The top row starts off normally 1-4, but skips 5 to go right to 6. Then the drugs kick in: F-Across/-Down is directly above U-Across. 03-Down? 9- then 8- then 7- then (finally!) 5-Down. Then the repeated enumeration begins. There are two 4-Downs, as well as a 4-Across which has nothing to do with either 4-Down. Two 41-Acrosses as well as two 42-Acrosses, and, count 'em three 43-Acrosses. The obligatory: 69-Across (natch). A why-the-hell-not 113-Down. There's two P-Downs. And since this was the '60s, Peace-symbol-Down, positioned directly below an area that has L-, S-, and D-Acrosses.
The album is Jefferson Airplane's "Volunteers." Here it is in context:
And if you haven't noticed by now, it was the inspiration for today's grid. Share the puzzle, new one on Thursday.