Actually they're very easy to find :) , and I like them more than Brian Wilson's re-recordings.
Caravan, the Soft Machine, King Crimson, Van der Graaf Generator, Henry Cow
One of the best albums of the sixties. I've got the 3-disc edition with outtakes and unreleased songs etc, and a nice booklet.
Pet Sounds and Aftermath didn't prepare for the psychedelic movement, and neither did the first Jefferson Airplane Album (it was just a folk-rock...
I would also say the Beatles, the 13th Floor Elevators and Donovan.
Yes it's by far the best radio station on the internet. They play ALL the obscure garage bands you never heard of.
This should be very useful: http://www.lysergia.com/LamaWorkshop/lamaEarlyPsychedelia.htm
good luck! :D
James Stewart. His westerns directed by Anthony Mann are awesome.
If you like this album, check out Joe Byrd's LP called "The American Metaphysical Circus" from 1968. Joe Byrd was the USOA's frontman.
En hoe is het nu gelopen met de LSD?
A very impressive movie
Idmb.com says he was born in Paris?!
Some of my favorite black and white movies:
The General (Buster Keaton)
M (Fritz Lang)
Breathless (Jean-Luc Godard)
The Rules of the Game (Jean...
Sufjan Stevens' "Illinois" should be at least in the top-10.
Queen is by far the worst rock band in the history of mankind. End of story.
Here's another video: https://www.youtube.com/w/13th-Floor-Elevators---Your-Gonna-Miss-Me?v=ZZBll4sYOHc&search=floor%20elevators of them...
If you want to see a video of the 13th Floor Elevators playing "You're Gonna Miss Me" on the TV show "Where the ActioN Is" (in 1966):...
It's a hoax.
All Beatles specialist and sources seem to agree that "What's The New Mary Jane" was recorded for the "White Album" in 1968, but...
And it's not because the VU was a sixties band that their albums are psychedelic. Not every song recorded in 1966, '67 or '68 is psychedelic! The...
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