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    Most typical psychedelic album?

    Which one is the most typical psychedelic album in pop or rock music? My advice: http://www.audioheritage.org/vbullet...l=1#post414498
    Tell about your choice!

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    Brainticket, Cottonwoodhill, 1971, Bellaphon Germany, BLPS 19019

    You've got your brainticket here! Halleluja! (liner notes on back cover)
    Very very psychedelic sounds.

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    Hapshash And The Coloured Coat, Featuring The Human Host, 1967, Akarama Italy, AK204

    Psychedelic jamming. Guy Stevens, Michael English, Nigel Weymouth plus LSD mistreating their instruments in the studio...


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    Bo Hansson, Magician's Hat, 1973, Charisma Germany, 6369 945

    Still magical after all these years. A colorful bouquet of fairy tale atmosphere. Listen to the hypnotic "Wandering song" B3!

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    McChurch Soundroom, Delusion, 1971, Ohrwaschl Records Germany, OWLP 014

    Engineered 1971 by Conny Plank at Star Studios, Hamburg, for Pilz Records. Pilz=Psilocybe?

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    13th Floor Elevators, Easter Everywhere, 1968, Radarscope UK, RAD 15, RI 1979

    Even if less influential than The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators, Easter Everywhere is every bit as compelling and a true benchmark of early psychedelic rock -- not bad for an album produced by Kenny Rogers' brother. (AllMusic Review by Mark Deming)

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    Andromeda, Same, 1970, Vogue Germany, LDVS 17205

    Psychedelic space trip. Alles in allem ein hervorragendes Album, übrigens produziert von Conny Plank.
    (Rudi Vogel alias green-brain)


    "Fasten your seat belts for your blast off to ANDROMEDA at a speed of 33 rotations per minute! Have a "groovy" trip." (cit:liner notes) Listen to a little masterpiece: "Rockets" B2.

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    Tangerine Dream, Electronic Meditation, 1970, German Pressing, Ohr OMM 556 004

    This is a somewhat weird one. Why should we listen to that? Historically interesting: this LP shows the beginnings of electronic Kraut rock parallel to "Kraftwerk". But in contrast to the title of this first TD work, there is nearly no electronically produced music on it: but a lot of very weird scratching cellos, furious flutes, burning pergament (?), broken glass, Addiator (???), voices played backwards, merciless psychedelic guitar attacks (!) (cit. Jochen on www. babyblaue-seiten.de)

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    Paul plays the crazy guitar solo

    McCartney's intro guitar solo in "Sgt. Pepper's" is totally crazy. What does he play on the guitar? Hey, he was "only" the bass player! And the magic is: where did the inspiration for this guitar solo come from? The creativity of Paul McCartney was and still is..... incredibly magical! "...it's certainly a thrill....."



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    Unsure,

    Whether this song was connected to an album >

    https://youtu.be/SqTOwBnNNfc

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    The Fallen Angels, It's A Long Way Down, 1968, Roulette Germany, HTSLP 340056

    Cover art is very important for psychedelia. Fantastic cover art by Bill Clark & Lanny Tupper (-> Grin "Gone Crazy").


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    Live Jam Köln 2

    Quote Originally Posted by tomt View Post
    Unsure,

    Whether this song was connected to an album >

    https://youtu.be/SqTOwBnNNfc

    Onetime performance for the German TV Show ("Okie Dokie") Look here:https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Okie_Dokie

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    Guru Guru, Hinten, 1971, Ohr Germany, OMM 556017

    Improvised "Free Rock" from Germany. Psychedelic Krautrock?


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    Pink Floyd, Masters Of Rock, 1974, Harvest Germany, 054- 04 299

    45rpm singles A/B-sides 1967/68. "See Emily Play": a pop jewel! Sunny, spacey, and perfectly fitting to the psychedelic Summer of Love.


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    Procol Harum, Same, 1967, Deram USA, DES 18008

    "Repent Walpurgis" B5. A tune from the 18th century: Johnny Sebastian Bach plus two bombastic fat 20th century guitar solos by Robin Trower. With a quotation of Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No1. 19th century from St. Petersburg. Psychedelic music roots history!
    Walpurgis leads us to Heidenheim and on top of the Brocken mountain.
    The first little psychedelic classic rock opera. A witches' feast.

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