A nice batch of late 60s psychedelic from The End – a record
with that mixes the catchy idiosyncrasies of post-Sgt. Pepper Lennon/
McCartney with the headier elements of groups like The Creation and Barrett-era Pink Floyd
! The album was championed and produced by the Stones' Bill Wyman and engineered by rock heavyweight Glyn Johns – but this very deserving record
didn't get its due at the time – perhaps because Decca didn't quite know how to sell such a record
. Tracks include "Dreamworld", "Under The Rainbow", "Shades Of Orange", "Introspection (Pt. 1)", "Don't Take Me", "Loving, Sacred Loving", "She Said Yeah" and more.
(Includes bonus Retrospection LP of outakes and bonus tracks!)