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  • Format: CD
  • Label: Eclectic
  • Genre: Progressive
A classic psychedelic / proto-progressive album from 1969 by this American band who featured ex-Kingsmen and future Stooges producer Don Gallucci within their ranks. "Touch" is perhaps best remembered for the incredible "Down at Circes Place" which featured as opening track on the classic Decca sampler "Wowie Zowie - The World of Progressive Music". The album was also featured in the spring of 2003 in MOJO magazine's "Buried Treasures" column and hailed as a lost masterpiece. The CD is remastered from the original master tapes will feature the original album artwork and poster, plus bonus material.Track Listing: We Feel Fine, Friendly Birds, Miss Teach, The Spiritual Death of Howard Greer, Down at Circe's Place, Alesha and Others, Seventy FiveBonus tracks: We Finally Met Today (Unreleased single 1968), Alesha and Others - (Live studio demo 1968), Blue Feeling, The Spiritual Death of Howard Greer (Live studio demo 1968), The Second Coming of Suzanne (Film soundtrack 1973)