A strange, yet worthy leftfield album by the Pretty Things
– one that features unknown French singer and wealthy Pretty Things
fan Phillip Debarge – who essentially commissioned the group to write and produced this grooving little record! The Pretty Things
and Debarge recorded the set at Nova Studios – one of the earliest London facilities with the state of the art multi-tracking, circa '69 – but there's still a nicely rugged and raucous underbelly to the production that's just tripped out enough with mellotron, harpsichord and harmonies. The album never saw light of day before the good people at Ugly Things
saw it through all these decades later – and it's a surprising treasure from the seminal years of the group! Includes "Hello, How Do You Do?", "You Might Even Say", "Peace", "Eagle's Son", "It'll Never Be Me", and "All Gone Now".