The collected works of little-known Swedish heavy psych-rock outfit, who once supported Jimi Hendrix on the Swedish leg of his European tour, and whose members eventually went on to play with such bigger, better-known acts as Mecki Mark Men and Kebnekajse. These recordings date from around 1967 - 1968 when Baby Grandmothers were house band at the psychedelic club Filips in Stockholm; there?s their sole release, the ?Somebody Keeps Calling My Name / Being Is More Than Life? single on some Finnish record label, as well as a bunch of live recordings from Filips.
So how does it sound? Totally good-times OTT psych fuzz?n?wail, like remember the first time you heard ?Stoned Guitar? or ?Vincebus Eruptum? or ?Voodoo Chile? or Guru Guru?s ?UFO? or ?Phallus Dei? or ?Yeti? or Nuggets vol. 1, or 2, or 3, or 4.. and it slugs you right there behind your eyes which droop pleasantly and then you settle in your chair and let the drugged-out cosmic stoner guitar jams melt your bones. Somebody keeps calling my name... somebody keeps calling my name... 9/10 -- Young Savage (15 May, 2007)