There's no doubt we're in the golden age of rediscovered recorded music. We're constantly being confronted by rare sounds discovered by crate diggers, sweaty music geeks and aficionados who find something so spectacular, it needs to be given a second chance. Leon Nahat's solo-project, Ilian, offers that sparkling, timeless California sound for nostalgic ears. Recorded piecemeal by Leon Nahat in various studios, Love Me Crazy is a stoned, psychedelic album that sounds like it could've been dreamt up. Starting his first band as a teen in Detroit, Nahat traveled around to Phoenix and eventually Hermosa Beach, while backing up Chuck Berry and Dottie West along the way. After a couple of failed ventures of getting earlier tracks released, Love Me Crazy was released and pressed in a small number by the shady record company Album World. But Anthology Recordings is properly releasing the album, with Nahat's approval, reintroducing its California sound to a new world. The ultra smooth production feels like the optimistic and glimmering Canyon sound of the late '70s that was influenced by Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, and Crosby, Stills and Nash. "Hey Denisse," with its precision-sharp guitar jamming and punchy drums, is bright and joyful pop at is best. "See What You Can See" is psychedelia at its most Technicolor that just radiates with light. With bands still emulating the sounds of the '70s, Love Me Crazy sounds almost prophetic in 2016.