This album had been out of print for many years until released on compact disc in the early 2000's. I have depended on reel to reel tapes to keep from losing track of this fine group altogether.
The Blues Magoos sounded like no one else in 1966, fresh and heavy with new psychedelic sounds and great vocal harmonies. "We ain't got nothin' yet" went on to be a big hit for the Magoos, but "She's coming home", "Queen of my nights" and the best version ever of "Tobacco Road" are my favorites on their first and best LP.
If you are into 60's psychedelic bands like Aorta, early Country Joe & the Fish, Clear Light, Fever Tree or the Seeds, you need this fine set in your collection. Peace & keep the faith.