Although it only reached number 70 in the national charts, Sagittarius' 1967 single "My World Fell Down" is one of the great experimental psychedelic pop gems of the era. Sounding very much like a lost Beach Boys classic from the "Good Vibrations"/SMiLE era, the record had beautiful California pop harmonies, exquisite symphonic orchestration, and a downright avant-garde middle section of carnival and bullfight noises.
Although it only sold in the neighborhood of 40,000 to 50,000 copies, the record has a cult following, and has been reissued several times, usually with numerous bonus tracks (Richie Unterberger allmusic.com)
It was the second album by Boettcher/Usher project Sagittarius and in my ears it is a very good album way better as a lot of contemporaries. Surely it is not that strong as the first album ''Present Tense'' but it is one of the better psychedelic pop albums of the late sixties.
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