Felius Andromeda’s 1967 one, “Meditations,” was one of the better Uk psychedelic obscurities, highly similar to early Procol Harum in its body organ work. But it addittionally got a gothic churchy atmosphere of its in its Gregorian support vocals, nearly tearfully philosophical vocal, and solemn spoken incantation “using the loss of life of my understanding, my heart is certainly lost in my own soul’s redemption.” Not really the stuff of strike singles, probably, but an excellent little bit of trippy psychedelia. The B-side, “Cheadle Wellness Delusions,” wasn’t almost as recognized, but was a good little bit of orchestral pop-psychedelia, with impressionistic lyrics of everyday British life. It’s unexpected a group with such apparent promise never surely got to record once again, nonetheless it was their just one, though one person in the music group, Denis Couldry, released subsequent single singles on Decca. Very little continues to be released about Felius Andromeda, although they do pose for promotion photos in monks’ robes and, regarding to Record Reflection, recorded their one within a North London cathedral. “Meditations” continues to be reissued many times, probably most prominently in the container set Acid solution Drops, Spacedust & Traveling Saucers: Psychedelic Confectionery, while “Cheadle Wellness Delusions” was reissued in the compilation Rubble 11: Ventures in the Mist, that was later contained in the container established The Rubble Collection, Vols. 11-20.