I must disagree with some comments here about this group offering second rate psych, or that singer Casey Cosby was no good. I have just about all the psych classics and a lot of obscurities, and have often bought so-called lost classics that turned out to be over-rated or unlikeable, but this band is definitely not in that category. In fact, this is one of the greatest discoveries I've made in psych music, and should be up there with the great psych albums of the era. The organ playing and the sound the organist gets from his instrument are great, which for me helps this album capture the late sixties zeitgeist so well. The interchanging male and female vocals are great, and the drumming is on a par with the best of the era. It's a must have, and I think many people will find themselves enjoying this album more than many an acknowledged psych classic. The only reason more people don't is that they just haven't heard of them. My advice is to buy, there's no filler here, and even the bonus tracks are worthwhile. The term 'lost classic' has become an overused cliche now, but seldom have I come across an album which more deserved that title.