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This enigmatic singer-songwriter was hyped alongside Harry Nilsson and Randy Newman in 1968, but his sole album -- released that August -- swiftly sank into obscurity. Co-produced by the legendary Curt Boettcher (whose Millennium bandmates are also featured) and arranged by David Angel (best-known for his timeless work on Love's Forever Changes), it's a lost classic of West Coast psychedelic pop, and makes its long-overdue CD debut here, complete with explanatory liner notes. Note hilarious song-title: "A Bunch Of Us Were Sitting Around A Candle In San Francisco Getting Stoned And I Hope You're There The Next Time."