The only LP from this very ﬁne, but still ignored US psychedelic rock band from Milwaukee was released by MGM Records in June 1970. Led by the talented organist Sigmund Snopek III the band showed inﬂuences of The Nice, The Doors, Love & The Moody Blues (with distinguish, eclectic organ/piano parts; fuzzy and intense guitars & very complex vocals) and have offered a varied, imaginative and well-arranged pop-psychedelic songs with strong, early-progressive and even classical attitude. Unfortunately, this kind of music probably sounded dated for mid-1970 and the group split-up soon after their performance at Atlanta Pop Festival. In 1972 Snopek released a minor progressive rock classic 'Virginia Woolf' LP. This CD has been expanded with 3 rare single tracks!