The group was from the Jonesboro area and rented a house in the tiny town of Goobertown, Arkansas as a place to practice and hang out. The band's trailer was shaped like a huge purple coffin inscribed with Purple Canteen to scare the kids. "Brains" mostly sprung from writer Terry Taylor’s head, but the whole group contributed parts. Wheeless' name appears in the credit mostly due to the fact that he was the only member over 18. This track was taken directly from the studio session master tape. It is in dual mono and instrumental. This tape was used as part of a track bouncing technique where two reel-to-reel players were tied together. The vocals were added in the studio while this tape played through an eight channel mixing board onto the second reel-to-reel recorder, producing the final mix. It is a fascinating look into the construction of a psychedelic masterpiece. The session was recorded by Joe Lee at Variety Recording Studio in April 1969.