The Twain Shall Meet - MGM 1968
As a whole, it's a pretty trippy album influenced by both the American West Coast and the British pop psych wave.
On several songs, Burdon is experimenting with his vocals, and in some places his otherwise very characteristic voice may be difficult to recognize.
Instrumentally, the album is varied and makes use of an unusually large number of different instruments; e.g. oboe, citar and bagpipes. This is especially true of the very complex end-song , "All Is One".
There are a couple of fine melodic songs like the slightly sad "Just the Thought" and "Orange and Red Beams"