This is the first record of the legendary "Move" - a band so legendary, that it`s almost impossible to find its albums anywhere somewhere these days. Like almost every record of its era it`s full of hippy weirdness, flowers, love and rainbows (not gay rainbows though). From the opening track "Yellow Rainbow" there`s no doubt that this is sixties music indeed. But the next track "Kilroy Was Here" which reminds me of Styx isn`t trippy at all - it`s much more similar to the Kinks than to Donovan. "(Here We Go Round) The Lemon Tree" is a pop song that Manfred Mann could never record due to his lack of pop sensibility. "Flowers In The Rain" is once again a merry hippy song. Overall it`s really a very good album with very nice songs.