Vinyl LP pressing. During the late 1960s, when guitarist Scipio Sargeant left his native Trinidad for New York, he hooked up with another Trinidadian guitarist, Bert Bailey, for a psychedelic rock project, with Sargeant relegated to bass, Bert's brother Herb on drum duties, fellow Trinidadian Lou Phillips as frontman, and African American keyboardist Earl Arthur on prog-like organ. Impacting the club circuit, they were nearly signed by Columbia, but wound up cutting their sole LP for Calla in one brief afternoon. The result is a hard-rocking trippy set with echoes of the Chambers Brothers, Hendrix, and Sly Stone. A lost classic, ripe for rediscovery.