"First ever LP reissue, re-mastered from the original tapes. Features 140-gram vinyl, beautiful old school tip-on jacket, and insert with rare photos and extensive liner notes by Kevin 'Sipreano' Howes (Voluntary in Nature, Light in the Attic Records.) For many born after 1968, the group vocal and orchestra sound of the Mutual Understanding's In Wonderland may seem like the product of another dimension. Despite releasing a handful of recordings, the Mutual Understanding was not a group in the traditional sense, but rather a connected collective of Toronto, Ontario-based producers, arrangers, session musicians, and singers, brought together to create musical magic. In Wonderland is an album that harkens back to a gentler and more innocent time. Any which way, the swinging 1960s-meets-the-classics feel of In Wonderland wasn't rock and roll enough for younger audiences, yet it was likely too progressive and hip for older jazz aficionados. Proper distribution and lack of support on retail and radio levels only compounded the problem and caused the album to slip through the cracks for years. Unfortunately, this was not an uncommon problem for Canadian recordings of the era. Overshadowed by a steady influx of well-promoted discs from the United States and England, it took many decades for In Wonderland to find its rightful audience. As vinyl collectors from Asia and Europe starting scouring the used and delete record bins of North America in the 1980s and 1990s, the Mutual Understanding started to gain prominence in certain collector circles. It has now achieved cult status in Japan, England, and Korea."