Sagittarius: Present Tense (1968)
The tour de force "My World Fell Down" is light psychedelia, Zombies-like baroque pop with a lovely hook in the chorus, the string- and harmony-laden production a chance for Usher to show off his studio chops (aided by tremendous vocals courtesy of Glen Campbell and Beach Boy Bruce Johnston). And "The Truth Is Not Real" is a lost psychedelic classic, deliriously trippy with shades of the Moody Blues. Meanwhile, "I'm Not Living Here" channels the Mamas & the Papas and the early Byrds with it's lustrous blend of folk and pop; it doesn't necessarily fit in with the rest of the album (it was a holdover from another Boettcher project, the Ballroom), but it remains a fantastic late 60s gem that would've been a major AM radio hit in a more just universe.
Much of the rest is a little more straight & narrow, guileless sunshine pop, but when you have something titled "Song To The Magic Frog," at least you've been given fair warning. (And, to be fair, "Magic Frog" is a perfectly fine little sunshine pop nugget, so there.)
Here's a little visual silliness for "The Truth Is Not Real":