I posted this as a request over at groovy fab forum but thought I'd share it here too. It's Bubble Puppy's only album released on International Artists in 1969. The band evolved into Demian which is more hard rock than psych, and I have it somewhere. I will try to dig it up eventually.
I've also decided to post a couple more from my collection of exploito-psych albums. Today's pair come from the Custom label. This one was released in 1968 (Custom CS-1115)and is actually very good. It's no Unfolding but as far as these things go, the "phantom" band here does a pretty credible job. Interesting and inovative cover of the Hendrix title track. "A Jet" is dead rip off of the Box Tops "the Letter" and "Take It Easy Baby" a rip of Classics V "Spooky" but otherwise some fun stuff here.
This next one is fairly obscure, I couldn't find a pic of it anywhere. It's called Psychedellic Guitars (their spelling not mine). There is no title other than that and it was released in 1967 (Custom 1078). This one, as opposed to the above LP is kind of a turd. Another one kinda like the Freakout album I posted a few days ago. In fact it sounds like it could be the same band with that King Curtis wannabe honkin' along to 60's go go bar music. Difference is the guitars have some fuzz and wah on this one from time to time.
Here is a krautrock LP (also, pretty hard to find a pic of) called Efendi's Garden. It is their self titled LP from 1979.
This final post for today is bit of a change. It's the Sunday Funnies 1972 LP called Benediction. Released on the Rare Earth label (#538) and produced by none other than Andrew "Loog" Oldham (he left the Loog of this one but I stuck it in there). Kind of hard rock mixed with a touch of RnB, nice cover of Reach Out and the opener Get Funky are okay. Not great, but hey, it'll probably never get released on CD, so here it is.