Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Mike Reed | 01/02/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This album is a major drop in quality as compared to The Leave's first, 1966 debut album. The debut fused folk-rock, garage-punk, and psychedelia bringing to mind a minor version of the Byrds. Their debut is certainly the equal of Love's first album. It contained the best version of Hey Joe and was a great garage/folk-rock record. All The Good That's Happening is sadly, just plain bad. Lemon Princess is a lame psychedelic tune that sounds childish today. There are a couple of competent folk-rock tunes in the Byrds mold but these songs are nothing special. This record, which I believe is now out of print (thank god), is only recommended to completists."