The psychedelic rock outfit Close friends of Mescalito may be the pet studio project of guitarist, bassist, singer, songwriter Scott Prato (aka Mr. Starry Evening). The group’s sound is certainly anchored in archetypal psychedelia and contains elements of garage area rock, raga rock and roll, and sonic exploration produced from the free of charge jazz of Sunlight Ra. Each record includes a different ensemble of music artists. Upon the dissolution of his group the Thundering Lizards in 1995, Prato had taken a two-year hiatus being a bandleader. By 1997, he previously a string of music inspired with the tale of Australian schoolgirls disappearing while on a picnic and wished to record them. He brought in to the studio a small number of musician close friends, provided them the tunes, and proceeded to record. This unrehearsed strategy gives the materials a fresh, somewhat harmful or uncontrolled experience. Of course, for this to work it requires superior songwriting abilities, which Prato unquestionably offers. Picnic at Dangling Rock and roll, the group’s initial CD, arrived in springtime 1999 and included efforts by such N.Con.C. underground free of charge music artists as Bonnie Kane (W.O.O. Revelator, Globe of Tomorrow), Ray Sage (W.O.O. Revelator), and Mike Rose. Following albums were stated in the same manner, a process the first choice identifies as “improvisational structure.” For Dark, Darker, Darkest, Prato held the lineup thinner, focusing on a psych-pop garage area audio. Bassist Rose and Actions Adventure Systems/Globe of Tomorrow drummer Cliff Ferdon produced using the guitarist a simple, even more trashy trio. The same lineup, with extra guests, also documented the 2001 discharge Nagual Music for Tonal People, the music which the leader composed during a walking trip in Nepal.