Digitally remastered edition of the singer/songwriter's first post-Shondells solo album, originally released in 1970. From the childlike Psychedelia of the cover, with it's upward dripping colors, to the tough sound of the tracks, this is a new departure for Tommy James. The album was cut at music business hub 1650 Broadway, backed partly by the Shondells and partly by Neon, a group Tommy was producing for Paramount Records, who were to become his new studio and touring band. Their hard, gutsy style was perfect for Tommy's new musical persona which now relied more heavily on rhythm and a grittier guitar sound. The result was a masterpiece of underground New York Pop, in the same ballpark as The Velvet Underground's Loaded. 10 tracks including the hit single 'Draggin' The Line'. Rev-Ola. 2009.