14 tracks from the Louisville late '60s/early '70s garage-psych scene. These cuts (all of them previously unissued, except for one originally released on a rare 45) were found in the archives of the city's well known Allen-Martin Studio, after the owners retired and the place closed down. Including some rather well-known names, such as The Rugbys, The Illusions, The Keyes, and The Oxfords, as well as more obscure local heroes like Free Reign, The Premieres, Roc, and Conception. Highlights include fabulous psych rockers by The Rugbys and The Oxfords; fuzzed-out garage by Blues and The Illusions; psychedelic hard-rock by Babylon and Free Reign; jangly teen beat by JB and The Young Wheels; killer psych covers of The Beatles and Traffic by The Keyes and Company Front. Also features Brothers Pride, The Waters, and Copperfield. Master tape sound and insert with liner notes and photos.