To celebrate its 40th anniversary, this remastered and expanded edition of the Three O'Clock's Baroque Hoedown includes four additional recordings from the era to make it album length.
This is the record that put the Three O'Clock on the map in L.A., where the band quickly became a signature part of the Paisley Underground scene, a term coined by Three O'Clock vocalist/bassist and chief songwriter Michael Quercio.
For its 40th anniversary, it contains the five original songs from the EP, with four additional recordings from the era. One of the additional tracks is a cover of Pink Floyd's "Lucifer Sam." This nine-song version of Baroque Hoedown is remastered by Bill Inglot and Dave Schultz. The lacquer was cut at Bernie Grundman Mastering and pressed at Citizen Vinyl.
Upon its original release, Maximum Rock N Roll called it, "Psychedelic pop without the acid flashbacks. . . remarkable," while AllMusic wrote, "their cover of the Easybeats' 'Sorry' is worth the price of admission alone."