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Psychedelic Music - Bands, Talk and Inspirations

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Psychedelic Music is great, you will find in many styles.
No mainstream, often made from crazy people in subcultures.

I love this kind of music and want to share bands in this thread

I start in 1969 with the canadian band "Bent Wind" and their record "Sussex"

[youtube]e4sKU486884[/youtube]

more about Bent Wind http://psychedome.blogspot.de/2009/05/bent-wind-complete-history-commentary.html
Edited by atman on October 11 2015 01:35
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Cool post thanks for sharing I also like the Psychedelic music years
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a Band from today

[youtube]iFFMLn19LnA[/youtube]

"Wooden Shjips" i like the sound and music from this band
specialy the full CD "back to land"

[youtube]HiBn47-oBck[/youtube]
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[youtube]ldoaglz7Qcg[/youtube]The Grateful Dead and Phish are 2 of my favorite bands. Led Zep live was out there too, the Doors, great thread.
Edited by Girard on October 15 2015 23:27
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We cover some psychodelic in my covers band. My favourite we cover is Love's 'The Daily Planet':

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We also do The Lovin' Spooful's 'Summer In The City':

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Edited by mpointon on October 16 2015 15:13
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I'm also a big fan of Ozric Tentacles:

[youtube]3Kxr3N2ht6Q[/youtube]

[youtube]6hrAONF-nT4[/youtube]
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[url=https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvXH7hwaMnToCxv59cYWBcw/videos] Graveyard [/url]
is sweden's and one of the world's best spychedelic (kind of) acts. Check it out
Pure fingerstyle
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bent wind doesn't ring a bell with me, but does sound typical of the Canadian acts of the time.
I believe Zal Yanofsky of the lovin' spoonful was Canadian as well.


Is this the most famous psychedelic tune of all times?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIVe-rZBcm4
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