Roger McGough and Mike McGear were members of The Scaffold, a British music/poetry/comedy act that scored several hits (most notably "Thank U Very Much," "Lily the Pink" and "Liverpool Lou") on the British charts during the '60s and '70s, when they recorded this album in 1967. However, none of those hits appear here, and the album itself never made the charts. So why does this record trade for hundreds of dollars in collector circles? Well, for starters, Mike McGear's given name is Mike McCartney, and his well-known brother guests on and helped to produce the album. But like we said, that's just for startersthough you wouldn't know it from the album credits. A virtual cavalcade of British and American rock royalty appear on this record, including John Mayall, Spencer Davis, Paul Samwell-Smith, Graham Nash and Hendrix! Essential '60s pop culture!