- Audio CD (February 22, 2011)
- Imported ed. edition
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Grapefruit
- ASIN: B004ITYR5S
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
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All the Good That's Happening
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Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1967 album. After scoring a national US hit in mid-1966 with their garage band classic 'Hey Joe', seminal LA Folk-rockers The Leaves moved from local label Mira to Capitol Records. Recorded in the autumn of 1966, All the Good That's Happening was their major label debut album. However, it proved to be their last recording, with the group splitting up early the following year when founder member Jim Pons quit to join the Turtles. All the Good That's Happening is now finally given wider exposure. Boasting such lysergic weird-outs as 'Lemmon Princess' and the Byrdsish 'On the Plane' alongside superb, spooked covers of 'Codine' and Donovan's 'To Try for the Sun', the album can now be seen as a fascinating signpost towards the emerging West Coast sound as, aided by the use of certain chemical substances, the LA Folk-Rock scene of the mid-1960s slid uneasily into Psychedelic territory. Grapefruit.