Overall (for me), this is a great album of the 67 era, though it does not sum up the 'psychedelic' era -a much abused term to be sure - it merely forms a part of it. Think of this not as the far out/trippy stuff, as found in Cyrus Faryar Cosmic Sounds / Zodiac, Twink's album Think Pink, and here and there on other recordings ( such as parts of Pink Floyd, The United States Of America, Steve Morgen, Kaleidoscope-uk, Gong, Millennium, Tomorrow, Group 1850, Silver Apples, Strawberry Alarm Clock, etc), think of it not as knees up psychedelic - primarily Small Faces, Traffic (some Beetles too). Nor is it soulful psychedelic - Small faces again. It is rather a pleasant mixture of soft psychedelic, rock harmony type stuff. Think of (and this is a good thing) Kaleidoscope (the British band, not the US one), Small Faces (when not psyched out as in Ogden's Nut Gone Flake, or over-soulful as in other stuff by them) or even something by the Kinks perhaps, and you are pretty close. Well, enough of the comparisons, on to the actual recording in question. Certainly worth a listen if you are into any of the aforementioned groups - this is a gem that holds its own against the others. It is definitely an above average offering with great lyrical qualities, and music that undulates nicely from start to finish. Oh, and not forgetting the hilarious trio of Bromley Common, Linen Draper, and Jacob's Bladder - interlude types similar to Cream's Mother's Lament, Gonna Buy Me A Dog by the Monkees or some Cheech and Chong (their track 'Dave' springs to mind)! There are indeed dreamy harmonies (a million miles better than the Zombies), lovely Hammond and harpsichord use as well as the odd sax note, well produced with not a hint of roughness. The high points for me are (as well as the fact that this whole CD can be played over and over) Dream World, Under the Rainbow, Shades of Orange, and Introspection part 2, as well as the trio of fillers mentioned earlier. Overall, given the above, a very good happy hippy slightly trippy upbeat rocking out there (but not too far) fun CD worth having in your collection.