I'll confuse you a little bit with this one. It's the first in the series of rock albums released by Island. But, as you'll probably notice on the uploaded covers, the company that released the album is United Artists and not Island. Moreover you'll notice that the front cover is not the one you have used to see over the years; you'll also notice that Dave Mason is missing from both covers' band photos (even if two of the compositions, among which the band's second single in the UK "Hole In My Shoe", are his). Unfortunately this is the copy I own, which is the US (stereo) release by United Artists and especially the album's second edition there (released in 1968), after the album's title was changed from the initial (for the US audience) "Heaven Is In Your Mind" to "Mr. Fantasy". Even for this copy, Island is mentioned on the back cover as the licenser and the producer of this release. You can read the whole story with the different album versions here. And finally, apart from the trivia, it is an album that fully showcased the genius of Steve Winwood. Away from the restraints of Spencer Davis Group, Traffic's first lp release, an archetype in the British psychedelia, was in its most part his plot.
album review link: here
download link: here (link removed due to a relevant request