Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
How to Blow Your Mind and Have a Freakout Party
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Acid Canadian Psychedelia
Andersson, Christer | Sweden | 03/25/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Get out the lava lamp, love beads and granny glasses! This classic 1967 LP was recorded in NYC at the height of the Flower Power Movement. It features David Dalton and Victoria Sackville on vocals and many other musicians of the day in a free-for-all bun.
Recorded during the height of the Flower Power Movement, classic 1967 free form LP that features lots of sitars, chimes, harpsichord and other far out sounds. Even includes notes on how to spice up your parties using TV's, kaleidoscopes, and other "natural things"
Crazed and hilarious acid exploitation album that goes far out enough to become genuinely psychy, like a second tier Deep. One side is cheesy garage psych including the classic "Play your game", the other is 'meditation' featuring strange fairytales, Hare Krishna chanting, and more. The short spoken segment on Pebbles vol 3 that's puzzled many comes from this LP. A Canadian mono release exists."