The first track, 'Livin' On', comes at you like psychedelic rollin' thunder, with a heavy, well-timed drum and a spanglingly proficient guitar backdrop. It's all up, up and away from there on. True, classic hallucinogenic tunes, played like you dreamed about long before you ever knew what you were gonna be when you grew up. This band's Texan roots are reflected in the 'Gulf' sound, the immaculate guitars and dark but spiritual vocals of singer Roky Erikson. One aural glimpse into this CD, and visions of Mexican and Aztec civilizations rise in the mind's eye. The songs are all of a mythical quality, each one embroidering a rich vein of human and Godlike enchantment on the eardrum. If there were ever to be a Great Pyramid of music, then 'Bull of the Woods' is it. It's bluesy, spiritual, heavy, psychedelia. Not for amateurs, but definitely for anyone with a real appreciation for good music, whatever the genre. One of the best albums I have ever listened to. For me, this one says it all. Everyone else eat your hearts out.