We're proud to present the first ever reissue of this monster rarity. One of the best Xian psychedelic albums. Privately pressed in 1972 in tiny quantities (200 or 500 copies as the band recalls), nowadays is very hard to obtain any and because of its hand-made and fragile cover it's more common to find it without the cover or just with a trashed one. Musically begins as a country-rock flavored band with Grateful Dead and Quicksilver influences. But from the last track on side A and then, the album is "taking off". A real "killer". A combination of westcoasty folk-rock and moody psychedelic rock with superb male/ "dreamy"-female vocals and dual-guitar works. Here's an album that's desperately in need of a reissue. It's an early Christian rock record, which, like Wilson McKinley, is basically a record of its time with Christian lyrics rather than something that has true roots in any Christian musical tradition. Much of it is lovely folk-rock, and there are a few very, very beautiful songs. The vocals are dreamy and, dare I say, heavenly. It's not as consistent as, say, Azitis or "Spirit of Elijah," but the best songs here are the pinnacle of this genre. [AM] Taken from Acid-Archives Of interest to the Greek music collectors too, as LCS had in their ranks Dimitri Tsapatori and wis wife Viki.