Insanely amazing work from Morning Dew – a group who only ever issued one album during their career, but who've gone onto become the stuff of hard rock legends – based on the strength of that set! The seminal record At Last should be in every collection of psych – and the sounds here were all recorded right after that classic, but never issued at the time – due to lots of trouble with the group's somewhat-shady record label! Yet the music here demands to be heard – work that may well even be better than the group's debut – maybe setting a new standard for American prog that would have made Morning Dew huge, had Atlantic or Warner
had them in the stable – as longer jams mix with more intimate numbers – in a space here that's even more double-edged, given that the package features most of the unreleased album in a finished mix, plus a full other batch of acoustic and demo numbers. Finally – a second album from these overlooked giants – with tracks that include "My Kind Of Music", "1849", "Any Day Now", "Our Last Song", "Satan's Got A Hold On Thee", "Lion/
Get Away From It All", "The Road Back (solo acoustic)", "Something You Say (alt)", "Country Boy Blue (band rehearsal)", "Crusader's Smile (solo acoustic)", and "Cherry Street (backing track)".
(In a heavy tip-on jacket, with bonus insert of notes!)