Previously reissued on CD by Sunbeam, now issued on deluxe LP format as well. J.J. Light is better known as Jim Stallings, sometime bassist with the Sir Douglas Quintet. In the summer of 1969, "Heya" - a hypnotic song with a distinctive Native American flavor - took much of Europe by storm, reaching audiences as far afield as Japan, South America and New Zealand. Yet, despite being the work of an American living in Los Angeles and signed to a major U.S. label, neither the 45 nor it's attendant album would ever be released in America. Complete with copious bonus tracks including foreign B-sides and the long-lost, never-released second LP, also from 1969. Featuring contributions from members of the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, the Electric Prunes, Derek & the Dominos and Love, and assembled with Stallings' close involvement, the package comes complete with detailed liner notes and many rare photos.
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