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This superb blend of psych-pop and experimental acid rock originally appeared on * One of the rarest Mainstream LPs * Strong, melodic songwriting * Well-established collector's grail the legendary Mainstream label in 1969. Recorded by a bunch of Canadian musicians who'd fetched up in New York, it received no airplay or promotional support and was soon deleted, but has gone on to become one of the most sought-after major label LPs of the period. Enjoyable from start to finish, it's a treat for all fans of melodic psychedelia. "If you've been searching for an album full of dreamy, pseudo-psych pop-rock, then this may be the answer... full of pretty melodies, nice harmonies and interesting studio effects" - BadCat Records. "One of the rarer and stranger Mainstream releases, which incorporates many diverse influences. The material is wideranging, from the accessible psychpop of Sara Wells to the highly experimental People I Once Knew...recommended to fans of psychedelia and / or progressive rock" - Fuzz, Acid & Flowers.