Despite the long and goofy title, this brings together 27 tracks of '60s instrumentals from the psychedelic garage rock side of the equation. Many of these sides were merely B-side throwaways, something to fill up the other side of the single. While there's nothing on here that's hummable in the way of melody, there's loads of hot, fuzz-toned guitar on almost every track to recommend it. Most of the loose jams aboard take a big page from the rave-up style of the Yardbirds, and many of the tracks remind one of the climax to their arrangement of "I'm a Man." With no name groups on here (a stray studio workout under drummer Hal Blaine's name is the only exception), this is psychedelic jamming at its best -- or worst, take your pick. Fans of '60s garage-band psychedelia will love this one.
"I hope for nothing, I fear nothing, I am free"