An original vinyl copy of this album is among the rarest collectors item LPs around. This item was released briefly in 1969, primarily in the New York City area and only a few copies got out before it disappeared.
The legend goes that the album was pulled from distribution because the cover art (a couple of goats resting on a tombstone) was rumored to be satanic. A listen to the music, a collection of love songs with a Jefferson Airplane and Santana type sound, quickly dispelled such associations.
"Fanny Firecracker" and "You and I Together," featuring the Grace Slick-like vocals of Adrianne Maurici, came out as a single.
Other group members were Carlos Hernandez (primary songwriter), Artie Hicks Jr., Alfred Scotti, and Tommy Parris. Collectors of obscure vintage psychedelia shouldn't miss out on this reissue.