...Further Travels Into Unexplored U.S. Folk Rock Territories. A little while back, the Psychic Circle label took a journey back to the time when American folk music discovered electric rock and pop. The result was The Electric Coffee House compilation. That turned out to be one of the label's most successful albums, so consequently they've been having another delve into that hallowed region of chiming guitars, righteous harmony and garage joy. Once again, Psychic Circle is delighted to present an intriguing selection of obscurities: some primitive, some sophisticated, some psychedelic, some full of pop sensibility, but all of it with an essential, omnipresent undercurrent of folk tradition, albeit filtered through amplifiers and pick-ups, but there nonetheless. You'll hear from Ian Whitcomb's kid brother, Chuck Berry's favorite backing band, the man who wrote "Mr. Bojangles," a future member of Poco, a band featuring the young Bruce Cockburn, and a whole lot more besides. Come travel The Golden Road, let your mind wander free and let your freak flag fly. Compiled by legendary psych musician and Psychic Circle label-head, Nick Saloman (The Bevis Frond). Artists include: Morning Sun, Bob & Kit, The Woolies, Mc2, The Rovin' Kind, The Last Draft, The Fun & Games, Keith Allison, The Kynd, Raintree, 3's A Crowd, Robin Kingsley, Circus Maximus, The Patriots, The Rogue Show, The Counts IV, The Happy Medium, Jimmy Satan, The Tiffany System, and The Ragamuffins.