A double-LP on multi coloured vinyl in a gatefold sleeve. This is a live recording made during a concert in Denver, USA, 1967. Acid fuzzy guitars rule among the other instruments. The sound is almost religious and artisanal, gloomy and solar.
It reminds the Doors style. It's not by chance: you can dare a juxtaposition and an influence because they shared more than once the stages of some legendary clubs like Avalon Ballrom, Matrix or Retinal Circus in Vancouver. You can taste the USA music counterculture set up in hot garage rehearsals; then stolen and brought to incense and peppermint scented clubs.
quote: .."If Blue Cheer made cream cheese outta the air, then these guys musta crystalized the heavens on a good night. Some kind of a mix of Blue Cheer & Big Brother guitars, Country Joe & The Fish style ethereal moves & organ, & occasional Dead-like feedback & vocal insanity, mixed with 60s garage sounds & a nod to the Chambers Brothers. 60s West Coast manna from the vault..."