The Hangman’s Beautiful Daughter is their best, but Wee Tam & The Big Huge may well be my favorite — it’s the one I reach for most often. Robin Williamson emerges as a strong songwriter. As before, there is still a lot of worldly post-modern folk eclecticism at work. Maybe a bit fewer improvisational surprises. But even a streamlined “Log Cabin Home in the Sky” is a pure delight. Looking back upon ISB’s two albums from 1968 it would be hard to argue they weren’t the pinnacle of psychedelic folk.