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Album: Made In ChicagoReleased: 1967Charted:
This song contains a spacey, Twilight Zonish instrumental break dominated by strings and brass, with the sound of someone, presumably a street drug dealer, saying "acid" repeatedly. When commercial US radio stations got wise to this, they played only the edited version of the song, going straight from the second chorus to the "love, love, love" lead-in to the song's final fadeout, with no instrumental break and no guy saying "acid."
Jim Holvay, who was a friend of the band, wrote this song. Holvay played in another band in the Chicago area at the time, but broke out as a songwriter when he composed The Buckingham's first hit, Kind of a Drag