An unreleased album that Big Boy Pete (real name: Pete Miller) had initially recorded in 1969. Something that I've never seen on any other lp / CD reissue by Big Boy Pete was that this offering has just six tracks and half of those clock in over the nine-minute mark. Tracks that I liked most are the two nine-minute epics (call 'em that if you like) "Movement Four (Echelon)" and the very British-sounding "Finale" (a bit odd perhaps -yet very cool out-there late '60's psychedelia). Wanted to mention that hearing the thirteen-minute "Movement Two (Largo)" was somewhat inspiring - as I've never seen a Big Boy Pete song that runs even close to that length. 'World War IV - A Symphonic Poem' is notably a concept album about the demolition of planet earth. Line-up: Big Boy Pete - guitar & vocals, Pat Barriskill - bass, Granville Hornsby - Hammond organ, Johnny Byles - tenor sax, Norm Samways - trumpet and Robert Newton - drums. Most definitely, an obscurity - originally scheduled to be put out on the Beatles owned label - Apple Records but unfortunately until now this lp never saw the light of day. A should-have.