This is the rare and extremly limited to only 500 pressed! Released in 1970, Private pressing from North Carolina (Uncle Bill KB 3114). Recorded at Mega Sound Studios in Bailey, North Carolina.
Greenboro in North Carolina seems to have been home for this band, The group was managed by Hit Attractions out of Charlotte and played college gigs in the area,was known for its strong stage presence including an appearance in the buff at the 1971 rock festival in Love Valley, NC. They used fog machines and other stage accessories to create a crowd frenzy. The group was formed by veteran musicians almost overnight including members of The Impacts and The Pieces of Eight. The group was active from 1967 to 1971.
Excellent psych-blues album! Drifting bluesy guitar rock with organ and sax!! laid back mellow rock with flute and a jazzy/bluesy a comic edge. It's really progressive with quite a lot of brass and woodwind and the occasional mellow instrumental like "Jimmy's Song" and "Rainbows".
A very good album released in such small copies circulation effort that today it is considered a "mega rare."A work of art is ugly That Seems most people, it is beautiful a select few. (adamus67) Tracks:
1 Wishing Well 4.15
2 Toe Jam 3.20
3 Blue, Down, And Out 2.49
4 Big Leg Woman 2.23
5 Revaduction 1.20
6 Where Do We Go From Here 4.10
7 I'll Be Gone Come Yesterday 2.50
8 I've Learned To Hide The Pazh 4.21
9 Jimmy's Song 3.23
10 K.D.'S Dilemma 5.35
11 Rainbows 2.11
12 Princess 3.26
13 Critics, Friends, And People 3.24 Personnel:
Ish Brady - Lead Vocals, Bass
Tom Coleman - Drums, Congas
Ted Keaton - Lead Vocals, Organ
Rick Oates - Guitar
Mark 'Bird' Wrenn - Flute, Alto Flute, Tenor Sax