Think major label rock is boring? Think again – and check out this incredible set of tracks from the late 60s and early 70s – all pulled from the catalogs of Liberty and United Artists Records, and recorded at a time when both labels were really willing to take a lot of chances with their music! In the 60s, Liberty was mostly known as a mainstream pop outlet in the US – but over in Europe, the company was recording some incredible cutting-edge groups that included important early prog rockers, space rockers, psyche rockers, and jazz rockers – the kind of genre-crossing groups that were the mainstay of FM radio in its early days, and which are documented here wonderfully in a 3CD set that's overflowing with rare tunes and great notes! Much of the work here has never been issued on CD, and the tracks offer a key picture of an era that's nearly lost – presented with a great sense of timing, history, and full-rocking energy. 39 tracks in all – with titles that include "Intro & Outro" by Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, "The Birthday" by Idle Race, "The Seed" by BB Blunder, "Here Comes Mister Time" by If, "Let Me Take You Home" by Gypsy, "Our Captain Cried All Hands" by Allan Taylor, "Little Boy" by Reg King, "Cherry Red" by The Groundhogs, "Paperhouse" by Can, "Country Girl" by Brinsley Schwarz, "Daughter Of The Fireplace" by Man, "Take Me Away" by Colin Scot, "Out Of My Tree" by Clive John, "Psychedelic Warlords" by Hawkwind, "Home Again" by Cochise, "Razor
Blade & Rattlesnake" by Deke Leonard, and "Living In The World Today" by Neutrons.