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 and so we felt the time was right to give the group's efforts a proper (and properly licensed from the band) presentation
Comes with an "old-style" heavy mini-LP sleeve and thick booklet containing pics, gig posters, song lyrics and liner notes by producer and longtime fan GREGOR ALLIGATOR.
In addition, we've added a half-hour of unreleased live tracks from the same era, and everything you hear (album and bonus) was transferred from the mastertapes."
|3||Freedonian Hat Dance (Jesus Was A Plumber)|
|4||On The Road (And Off Again)|
|6||Better Late Than Frozen|
|7||Nothing's Very Easy When Your Baby's In The Lake|
|8||Moon Over The Delaware|
|9||The Lonely Duck|
|11||Baroque And Hungry|
|12||Feed The Hounds|