''This lost hippie-rock gem originally appeared in 1970, and features musicians who backed Bob Smith on his classic album 'The Visit'. Produced by Motown heavyweights Mickey Stevenson, Clarence Paul and Leon Ware, its sound touches on harmony pop, country rock, acid folk and psychedelia, earning it comparisons to Jefferson Airplane and the Mamas & the Papas. It makes its CD debut here, complete with background notes.''
To me the biggest influence to this guys was Jefferson Airplane. I think they were a little late with this album in 1970 but nevertheless it's a good one. Take a listen. If someone is interested i will post it tomorrow in Flac.