For the large majority of music listeners, the mention of Memphis reminds one of Sun Records or perhaps the soul of Stax Records. Welcome to the freak underbelly of Memphis from the late 60's, thanks to the inspired psychedelic lunacy from producers Jim Dickinson and James Parks. I must admit that I was rather skeptical when I noted that this excellent compilation featured psych sounds out of Memphis. Memphis? Really? Well, now thanks to this fine collection of echochamber, total fuzz freakout, & creeping organ sounds, the deep-fried underbelly of Memphis psych has now been exposed for all to savor. The collection features 24 tracks by 15 different groups tracks in at nearly 79 minutes long. It also comes with a very well annotated 20 page booklet that guides the listener through this journey. The compilation includes pop-psych, quasi-garage, & Brit-rock to meld with the heady whiff of pure psychedelia. All tracks were recorded between 1967-69. The collection showcases not the club & ballroom scene in Memphis at this time but rather the other barometer of musical trends, which more specifially captures its recording industrys experiments to those groups who were sequestered in the recording studio. Thank goodness for that! All of the tracks are at least very good to excellent. Some of the stronger psych tunes included are "Rubber Rapper" by Sealing Smoke, "Blue Music Box" "Hark The Child" by Changin' Tymes, "Holy Days," "Feeling High", & "Old Man Of Time" by The Wallabys, "Come On Along And Dream" & "I Need Love" by The Poor Little Rich Kids, "Crazy Man's Woman" & "If You're Thinking" by Greg McCarley, "Eat Me Alive" & "We're In Town" by The Goatdancers, & "Secret Storm", "Free Singer's Island", & "Flying Horse Of Louisiana" by Knowbody Else. All in All, lovers of 60's psychedelia will be delighted by this truly excellent collection. MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!! SMRZ!!