EXPERIENCE PSYCHEDELIC ROCK HISTORY!
Whew! This be some heavy shit.
The reality of the historic monthly releases of these Iconic Psychedelic Monster Albums all in the year of our God of Rock ‘n’ Roll 1967 is a mind-blower! ! !
00individual was truly blessed to be sixteen in 1967 and within the first weeks of January, “experienced” Marijuana for the first time – just as The Doors and Love’s stoned solid psychedelic albums were released.
And if it was ever possible to O.D. on music, then the Mighty Threesome of April, May and June; Surrealistic Pillow, Are You Experienced, and Sgt. Pepper’s had the potency to do so and probably did, which in this case would be a good thing.
These were literally mind-blowing and mind-opening months in 00individual’s life.
It would be hard to imagine a more karmic, synergistic epoch for 00individual in his life-long exploration of altered states of consciousness than with these epic, visionary, nurturing, psychedelic sounds of 1967.
Once you bathe in the psychedelic goodness of the Top 13 your mind will be blown from the acidic-clarity of 1967’s concentration of Psychedelic Albums.
Rock cosmically oozed from vinyl and pulsed-forth from speakers in prismatic etheric waves of
life-changing psychedelic sound and vision!
Yes, ALL released in 1967!
. . . and they sound just as good today!
And if the above 13 were not enough here are some
Psychedelic Honorable Mentions all released in 1967:
Vanilla Fudge – Vanilla Fudge
Country Joe and the Fish – Electric Music for the Mind and Body
Donovan – Mellow Yellow
The Grateful Dead – The Grateful Dead
The Electric Prunes – The Electric Prunes
The Mothers of Invention -Absolutely Free
Moby Grape – Moby Grape
Big Brother and the Holding Company – Big Brother and the Holding Company
The Beach Boys – Smiley Smile
Eric Burdon and the Animals – Winds of Change
The Beatles – Magical Mystery Tour
The 13th Floor Elevators – Easter Everywhere
The Chamber Brothers – The Time Has Come
The Seeds – Future
The Who – The Who Sell Out
The Sonics – Introducing the Sonics
Electric Flag – The Trip (soundtrack)
The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band – The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band Part One
Whew! This be some heavy psychedelic shit.
For added fun:
– Please disregard any advertisements that may appear on this site –
00individual does not endorse nor receive any payment of any kind from any advertiser(s).