A well constructed heavy-psych album from a Chicago trio, with meaty guitar riffs and full organ sounds. This kind of music was done to death in the early 70s, but "Bangor Flying Circus" was made in 1969 and it's still fresh and innovative. The extended use of organ does not make this "prog" and the guitar solos have been kept to acceptable legth. Last but not least, the vocals are human and "physical" and not the 'masculine' groan of the later attempts. It's a very well balanced album and worths a few listens at least. Formed by an ex-H.P.Lovecraft member, there are elements of Lovecraft's music here. You can find a little Vanilla Fudge, a little Lothar & The Hand People, a little jazz and plenty of perfect communication between the three musicians.
Tracklisting: A1 Violent Man A2 Come on People A3 Ode to Sadeness A4 Concerto for Clouds B1 A Change in Our Lives B2 Someday I'll Find B3 Mama Don't You Know (That Your Daughter's Acting Mighty Strange) B4 In the Woods B5 Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)