Just showed up in my inbox: Farewell Aldebaran Jerry Yester & Judy Henske (originally released on Straight STS-1052, reissued as Radioactive Records RR 133CD) "Never readily available on CD before now, then husband and wife duo Judy Henske and Jerry Yester's 1969 folk-psych-rock-cabaret masterpiece Farewell Aldebaran has become a near mythical totem-like object over the years. Profiled in Richie Unterberger's seminal Unknown Legends of Rock 'n' Roll, included in Mojo's list of positively essential and undeservedly obscure albums, and a major touchstone to folks like the No Neck Blues Band, who roped Yester into producing their classic Revenant release Sticks and Stones largely on the basis of this album. Both had been heavily ensconced in the West Coast folk rock scene; Yester as a member of the Lovin' Spoonful and producer for L.A. songwriters like Tim Buckley, and Henske as a solo performer and recording artist, who was championed by the likes of Jack Nitzsche. Their first collaborative release, Farewell Aldebaran, was hugely ambitious and varied, with Yester providing the towering arrangements to Henske's breathtaking vocalese and intensely lyrical writing." So now Radioactive Records has reissued this on CD. They're best known in these parts for their recent reissue of the second C.O.B. album, Moyshe McStiff &The Tartan Lancers Of The Sacred Heart, and I'm hoping this reissue is as well done.