Let the Blue Things Blow Your Mind
The last word on one of the great lost treasures of America's psychedelic era (who actually began operations in '64). This Kansas band won a devoted regional following but never caught on nationally; collectors, though, highly prize their records which range from plaintive folk-rock to British Invasion sounds to pounding garage. Their most complete collection unites their sole LP ('66) and all their single sides with unissued versions, outtakes, radio ads and 24 pages of notes; clocking in at two and a half hours are P's and Q's; Silver and Gold; La Do Da Da; Mary Lou; Pennies; It Ain't No Big Thing Baby; Alright!; High Life; Now's the Time; One Hour Cleaners, and more!