- Nov 1, 2022
Too much acid for poor Syd. He either did way too much, or he couldn't handle it. It is NOT for the faint-hearted.I can play Arnold Lane, organ bits transposed for guitar, it's a great song.
Washing line clothes thief, it's brilliant!
" Moonshine washing lines, they suit him fine"
"Door slams chain gang"
Arnold Lane paid his debt to society!
'see Emily play' is my second fav'.
Any collection of 60’s psychedelia has to include Lothar and the Hand People! *
* the first group to use a Theremin. They named it “Lothar”
I think he had underlying mental health issues, LSD is temporary insanity/truthToo much acid for poor Syd. He either did way too much, or he couldn't handle it. It is NOT for the faint-hearted.
Coincidentally, I’ve been listening to *****es (female dogs) Brew lately. I never thought of jazz as being psychedelic, but I guess it could be.So much great music from that time, but when I was tripping I really loved chilling out and listening to the *****es Brew album(all 4 sides) by Miles Davis it still one of my favourite listening experiences to this day. Just to add to that I'm surprised no one has mentioned the master and his brilliant Electric Ladyland recording, the moon turns the tides, voodoo child!
I heard that a few hours ago while out doing errands.Crimson & Clover by Tommy James and the Shondells.
WHAT?!??Frankly amazed to see this! Skunk Baxter!
You're spot on.I'm giving thumbs-up and love responses to nine out of ten postings here because "psychedelic" music was an entire genre once upon a time. I have an entire collection of vinyl LPs that fit the category (btw, thank you for including the Buffy St.-Marie "God Is Alive Magic Is Afoot" - that song alone made me buy her album!).
Here's a rarity: J. K. & Co.'s Suddenly One Summer. Released in 1969, J. K. is Jay (Jaye) Kaye, son of the legendary Mary Kaye, for whom a Stratocaster is named. Only 15 years old when this album was produced, AllMusic's Richie Unterberger says it "sounds like the solo album that George Harrison might have made before he left the Beatles."