Every burg in the '70s that had a steady supply of weed and electricity undoubtedly provided a birthing ground for the formation of bands influenced by the likes of Jerry Garcia and Lowell George, and the Delaware area was no different.What was different was that our subjects-at-hand got it together and in 1977 released an unassuming document for posterity, containing nothing but original, winding (dare we say snake-like"?) compositions and good vibes throughout.
Since then, the album has garnered accolades from the Acid Archives crowd.
Great and proper (and properly licensed from the band) presentation.
"Old-style" heavy mini-LP sleeve
Thick booklet containing pics, gig posters, song lyrics and liner notes by producer and longtime fan GREGOR ALLIGATOR.
Added half-hour of unreleased live tracks from the same era,
Everything you hear (album and bonus) was transferred from the mastertapes."
|A3||Freedonian Hat Dance (Jesus Was A Plumber)|
|A4||On The Road (And Off Again)|
|B2||Better Late Than Frozen|
|B3||Nothing's Very Easy When Your Baby's In The Lake|