To place it cruelly, the Paisleys were the kind of music group roasted with the Moms of Invention thus unmercifully in We’re Only within it your money can buy. Their Cosmic Brain at Play record abounds with naive cosmic clichés of past due-’60s psychedelic music, performed with sincerity and reputable instrumental competence. A light-weight (though not really totally disturbing) work that place the electrical keyboard more towards the fore than many equivalent bands do; it found a larger audience when it had been reissued for enthusiasts on LP within the 1980s. The Paisleys had been produced in Minneapolis, and their exclusive record was made by Warren Kendrick, who created a couple of various other garage rock and roll and psychedelic recordings in Minneapolis within the middle-’60s to early ’70s (especially for the Litter). The Paisleys in fact helped Kendrick build the studio room where Cosmic Brain at Play was documented, and a couple of thousand copies had been pressed when it had been released in 1970. The reputable 2003 Compact disc reissue from the record on Sundazed added six reward tracks, all except one of these previously unreleased, from 1968-70 demos, outtakes, and live recordings.