Don't let the rather lame cover photo fool you: this is psychedelic power trio at its finest. The band consisting of 3 already experienced musicians - despite their young age - with roots in the danish beat explosion (Peer Frost and Ken Gudman) and free form jazz milieu (Peter Ingemann).
Clearly inspired by Jimi Hendrix and not least Cream they produced some inventive and creative psychedelia. Like Cream all three memebers having equal status and their live peformances often turning into long improvised passages.
Here we get their 2 studio albums, the tracks they performed for the controversial "Quiet Days In Clichy" movie and their first single (with Jens Dahl on guitar). Plus 3 gorgous live tracks. In far superior sound quality to previous CD releases.
After the break up Peer Frost - a world class guitarist, had he been born in the US he would probably have been a legend today - went on to form the brilliant jazzrock band Midnight Sun Midnight Sun
later he joined the legendary Savage Rose for one of their best albums Wild Child
. But after that he dropped the music world, becoming a taxa driver and rarely recording again. While bassist Peter Ingemann and drummer Ken Gudman continued busy careers in diverse bands and as session musicians. Gudman died in 2003 from cancer - after fighting with alcohol abuse for several years.
So many 'gems' are being digged up from the 60s, not all of them equally exiting. But this is the real deal: innovative, explorative, lysergic.