Another independent solo artist with ideas to deserve a wider audience, Mountain Mirrors - or Jeff Sanders to give his real name - has brought together a batch of songs that tell the tale of one man's singular psychedelic vision. 'Lunar Ecstacy' fits into the progressive rock genre better than most, despite its total length clocking in at just over half an hour. 'Where The Green Meets The Blue' conveys a gift for uneasy, meandering guitar passages, 'Afterlife' is an ambitious folky, semi-classical instrumental. Sanders enraptures with his stoned bluesy voice, effectively employed on the menacing 'Agent Orange' but his best song is the title track where the early work of Beck is given a new voice. Given the variety and arranging skills of this record, the next path Sanders chooses to take should be very interesting indeed.