Long expected and now re-issued (with remastered sound) for the first time! Easy Chair’s 1968 one-sided album, with a running time of 20 minutes, is one of the most sought-after US North-West psych-underground records of all time. Original copies have been sold for over 1.000 US$. Justly remembered as psychedelic rock pioneers, they crammed an amazing career into only one year of activity. Easy Chair performed with the Yardbirds, Cream and the Mothers of Invention. Their epic West Coast blues features the unique chemistry of psychedelic guitar leads, fluid lines and hypnotic chording. By the end of 1968 they caught the attention of Zappa’s crew and signed a record contract with Bizarre Records. Unfortunately Easy Chair broke up too soon, though multi-instrumentalist Jeff Simmons, together with drummer Al Malosky, recorded the ‘Naked Angels’ soundtrack (re-released by WIS in 2008). After releasing his solo album ‘Lucille Has Messed my Mind up’ in 1969, Jeff joined The Mothers. This limited edition reissue on 180-gram vinyl comes with a handmade cover, plus posters, extended liners/bio and rare memorabilia!