Filling another request here, also from an artist who appeared on the Mystic Males compilation (which, BTW, I highly recommend).
The record was produced by Curt Boettcher (around the same time as the Millennium Begin lp) and Sonny Knight, and fans of Boettcher's brand of California psych-pop will find a lot to savor here. The band is excellent and includes 5 members of the Music Machine and a long list of session plays and guests such as guitarist Al Casey, tenor player Plas Johnson, and Lee Mallory of The Millennium.
As for Gordon, he's a decent singer even if he pops his P's. His songs are good too--all very trippy. I commented recently that J. P. Rags' lyrics (and especially his spoken word pieces) seemed silly. Alexander's could be confused as being silly as well but they're not, they're psychedelic, and probably made perfect sense given the proper state of mind. Here's an example from Thinking in Indian Again:
How is your bind bending, how is your mind bending
I like to fly using my middle eye on a beam to the end of my brain.
I hope you can see the difference.
1. Looking for the Sun
2. Letter to Baba
4. Autumn Is a Bummer
5. A Bunch of Us Were Sitting Around a Candle in San Fransisco Getting Stoned and I Hope You're There Next Time
6. Waiting for the Time
7. Thinking in Indian Again
8. Pupper Theatre 23
9. One Real Spins Free
10. Windy Wednesday
11. Miss Mary
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