Excellent album by a group fronted by Supa and
Dennis Belline. The production was done by the legendary Bob Johnston.
The album gets five stars for extraordinary songwriting
"Riverhead Jail," ,"Brother John" and ,"Far too many Changes Came"
hold up well today If you've heard anything, it's probably "Sister
Salvation," a "turntable hit" on a few progressive rock stations
at the time the record was released. "Man" has a high degree of imagination,
is very accessible, and has a unique singer with Supa.
Unfortunately the group never jelled, and broke up after this record We suggest
seeking this album out. It's a great addition to a 60's collection, and a long
lost musical treasure. The album jacket has a misty photo of the band members