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DISC: 1

1. Introduction / March of the Flower Children
2. Travel with Your Mind
3. Out of the Question
4. Painted Doll
5. Flower Lady ; Her Assistant
6. Now a Man
7. A Thousand Shadows
8. Two Fingers Pointin' on You
9. Where Is the Entranceway to Play
10. Six Dreams
11. Fallin'
12. Contact High - the "Future" Sessions
13. March of the Flower Children (Alternate Mix)
14. Travel with Your Mind (Alternate Mix)
15. Sad and Alone
16. Flower Lady ; Her Assistant (Take 1)
17. Contact High
18. Rides Too Long
19. Two Fingers Pointin' on You (Take 1)
20. Where Is the Entranceway to Play (Alternate Mix)
21. Six Dreams (Take 4)
22. Chocolate River (Mono Mix)
23. The Navy Swings

More Info:

(2-LP set) 1967 was an amazing time for Sky Saxon, Daryl Hooper, Jan Savage and Rick Andridge, one where the hard work of the previous two years was finally paying off. It's first six months likely represented the zenith of their career. The ascendant quartet seemed completely in the vanguard, with a major national hit under their belt and a public profile inflated by a manager who was an expert manipulator of the media. The act was also notable in that their first three hits - 'Pushin' Too Hard,' 'Mr Farmer' and 'Can't Seem To Make You Mine' - had all been completely different in structure, but shared a common and instantly identifiable sound. And two of these singles were a year or more old at the time that they enjoyed their greatest popularity. The eponymous debut album and it's sequel "A Web Of Sound," had solidified the attitude implied by the hits, and saw the group made defiantly outrageous gestures, both musically and visually. What would The Seeds' next move be? Remastered with extra material previously unissued in vinyl. Gatefold sleeve. 8 page insert.