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the most Psychedelic recordings of all times .......

teledude55

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William Burroughs' friend and disciple as well as fellow Heroin addict...this guy used to open for Soundgarden and other Seattle bands in the '80s... don't know if he's "psychedelic" but he certainly is warped. lol
 
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sfarnell

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I went to the Teenage Fair in Hollywood in the mid '60s. There was a tent you could go in that offered a "freak out" experience. They had a fog machine and strobe lights and these guys playing crazy music.

My first gig when I was ten years old was at the Hollywood Teenage Fair in 1964. I was in a trio and we did Kingston Trio and other folk songs.
 

Cactus Bob

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I remember listening to that album in a listening booth in Wallichs Music City in West Covina. Same store I bought my first guitar and amp.
Cool, love that album. I had the LP shortly after it's release in '67 and I have great sounding Rhino reissue now. Those listening booths were great especially when you didn't have the money for a record. I spun a lot of 45's during the British Invasion there!
 

Spoonful

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Steppenwolf
Big Brother and the Holding Company
Spooky Tooth
Moby Grape
Spirit
Vanilla Fudge
King Crimson
 

soulohio

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mates
i am sure that many of these dudes
did not consider any future classification
of their music whilst they made it
they were just freakout
experimentin
in the studio
 






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