Today's freak out! Psychedelic rock tunes.

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    Insect Trust from their self titled LP-1968.

     
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    After Bathing At Baxter's - Jefferson Airplane
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    Easter Everywhere
    (International Artists, 1967)

    * I won't be around tomorrow to play this one, so it's a day early, so what the hell?
     
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    A really significant Xian Psych album-The Search Party- Montgomery Chapel. (1969)

     
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    May Blitz
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    (Vertigo UK, 1970)

    * Sure, this outfit was mainly PROG but they also included several "PSYCH move" @ thi LP
     
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    An all-time favourite "QUIET PYSCH" LP pour moi. Great choice for Sunday too as most of the materiaql was penned and sung by a Catholic priest. Great call Bob.
     
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    Easter did put me in the mood for some Xian Psych. This is from 1980. The Living Sacrifice Band. I am a big fan of this album. Vinyl can go over $100.00 and as far as I know, there is no CD of it. Superb female vocals, tight band and a flute right out of Jethro Tull. It leans more towards prog rock, but psychedelia raises it's head on occasion, too. I decided to post the whole album for your enjoyment. I found a copy of this a few years ago at SA and bought it for the title. The cover photo would never lead you to expect what's inside. Nice write up in The Archivist Jesus Music Guide and Acid Archives I hope you enjoy it.

     
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    The band's second release, entitled The 2nd Of May (Vertigo, 1971), is a decidedly PROG affair with few (if any?) PSYCH maneuvers.
     
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    Douglas Fir- Hard Heart Singin' (1970) Psych with some soul.

     
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    Druids of Stonehenge- Creation (1968).

     
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    The Doors - Strange Days - mono
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    Garrett Lund from 1975. Really nice guitar work.

     
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    The Aggregation-1969

     
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    Gaa (1973)

     
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    Aguaturbia (1970) Psych band from Chile with an out there female vocalist, Denise Corales.

     
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    The Temptations Psychedelic Shack

     
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    The Magic Reign........local band from Northern Virginia back in the day....

     
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    Funny story. I was in my college dorm room one night and I had the radio on as I fell asleep. Lothar and the Hand People's Space Hymn came on. I was slowly being carried away into space, completely absorbed in the music when someone started pounding on my door. I almost fell out of bed . I laughed about it later.

     
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