Klasyczna amerykańska rockowa psychodelia z końca lat 60-tych. Ciekawa forma wydawnictwa - krążek zawiera skonfrontowane wersje mono i stereo tych samych utworów.
Jimi Hendrix wasn't the only black musician making inspired psychedelic rock in 1967. Memphis-born, L.A.-bred Arthur Lee combined his flair for Technicolor R&B with Bryan MacLean's talent for ornate show tunes to form a wonderfully schizophrenic combination in Love. The group's second album boasted such strange but memorable tunes as "7 and 7 Is," "Orange Skies," and "She Comes in Colors," which Lee said was quite literally about making love to a woman who had her period. The album was capped off by the epic, 19-minute upside-down and inside-out blues, "Revelation," which was produced by an uncredited Neil Young.