Damon's Song Of A Gypsy is generally regarded as one of the finest privately-pressed psychedelic rock records and has, for over 20 years, been one of the most sought after late 60s American rock artifacts. Bad bootlegs and scrappy reissues have spread his music, but left Damon's story untouched, leaving Song of a Gypsy high on its own plateau: out of reach and indescribable. Finally, Damon's story can be told. Under the supervision of Now-Again's Egon and Damon himself, and over a 5 year period, Song Of A Gypsy has been researched and documented, and has now been pitch-corrected and remastered. This edition investigates a seemingly impossible story – one that encapsulates the last bloom of the flower power movement before it decayed into the haze of the '70s underground. It traces a pop hopeful descending into chaos, and becoming the tortured soul who would create an LP to file alongside works by other lost greats of the late ‘60s, from Shuggie Otis to Rodriguez.