The Revised and Expanded 6th Edition of "Fuzz, Acid and Flowers Revisited" will almost certainly be the definitive edition of this classic encyclopedia of American garage, psychedelic and hippie music spanning the years 1963-1976, expanding the period covered in this volume to the same time span as Joynson's encyclopedia of UK music, "Tapestry of Delights Revisited." The author and contributors have done their best to correct errors in previous editions and to increase the number of entries. Both these missions were accomplished. Contrary to earlier advertising there is no plan to release a hardbound edition of this book, unlike the previously published "Fuzz Acid and Flowers Revisited." Instead there are 2500 softbound copies of this master work available world wide, With such limited availability fans of Joynson's work need to order their copy of this work as soon as possible to insure not being left out in the cold. As with previous editions the work is filled with an incredible number of entries for bands ranging from well known to completely and absolutely obscure. As usual there is the 12 page, color, glossy section of the book filled with album covers, most from obscure releases from the period. The book, being 1408 pages in length, has pushed binding capabilities to their maximum resulting in the necessity to exclude some entries and almost certainly insuring that this will be the final edition of this massive tome. For fans of American rock music of the 60s and 70s this book is an absolute must. You will find yourself perusing just one more entry time and time again and will be amazed at the amount of absolute information included in Joynson's master work. Available here at a greatly discounted price and with relatively inexpensive shipping charges music fans have absolutely no excuse for not including this tome in their library. Those who don't will regret their lack of action most assuredly.