Little known recording released under a different name due to contractual reasons at the time. The Bostons put out an interesting album of two shows, Oh Calcutta and Salvation which hit the theatres in 1969 - 1970. They recorded under the name of Brave New World.
On this album some interesting songs, with some showing signs of their impact in later work.
Oh Calcutta was a theatrical revue created by Kenneth Tynan consisting of vaious short sketches on sex related topics. It debuted in Broadway in 1969 and then ran in London for over 2,400 performances
Salvation was an obscure late 60s rock opera -- but a pretty good one. The songs were somewhat rougher and more soulful moments than Hair, Oh Calcutta, or any of its contemporaries! The instrumentation here is really great -- with bass lines that step around in odd, almost skittish rhythms -- and guitar bits and keyboards that get funky, but often in a way that's kind of quirky. The tracks themselves have a definite Hair influence.