Mention the name Heyoka to any self respecting rock music aficionado in the state of Texas and chances are they remember this legendary band. Without a doubt HEYOKA was the greatest unsigned band ever to originate from Texas. Opening for every major touring act that passed through San Antonio, including Rush's first tour of America, this band even had a song featured on MTV in the early '80s, before it got unceremoniously banned. They featured two guitarists, a singer that played flute, keyboards, and a crack rhythm section. The music is reminiscent of Jethro Tull and Kansas, but retains a unique quality all its own that will take the listener on a musical journey evoking Native American imagery under the mystical guide of Black Elk. These tracks were recorded between the years 1977 and 1986, and all of 'em are previously unissued.