What transpires from this album, besides the psychedelic blues with a touch of jazz and sometimes a component of garage (for example the fantastic arrangement of "River Deep, Mountain High") is the great technical preparation of the music performers. Listening to these songs today it's hard to believe that they've been recorded in 1969 and what's even more surprising, in addition to the guitar strings and the beautiful singers voice, is that the arrangements of the songs are perfectly fused into that genre of heavy psychedelia that was all the rage in those years. Maybe Free Will were too ahead of it's times?
1.1 River Deep Mountain High 1.2 Cold Cold Morning 1.3 Name in the Wind 1.4 Step Inside Love 1.5 No Resurrection 1.6 Heart Full of Soul 1.7 State Police Boogie 1.8 Way Out 1.9 Changes 1.10 I Believe to My Soul 1.11 Are You Gone? 1.12 Chuck Berry Medley 1.13 Skaneateles Cellar Incident