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Can anyone name off a few groups that are really bass heavy, but with a psychedelic sound? Not sure of where to post this, if it shouldn't be in the forum could a mod move it? Thanks.
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Cream. Jack Bruce is psychedelic, epidemic, cybernetic, aurally tonic, tune-o-matic, and an old relic.

Jefferson Aeroplane is pretty sweet too. Vanilla Fudge is really psychedelic.
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#5
Pink Floyd, most definately. I've heard a few Funkadelic or Parliament songs that are uber bass-a-licious and psychadelic. Iron Butterfly. Steppenwolf. Grateful Dead is good for far out busy, almost random basslines
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#6
1960s--Jack Cassady (Jefferson Airplane) comes to mind as does Phil Lesh (Grateful Dead). Check out Spirit and Love as well.

And early Pink Floyd (Sid Barrett-era), Hawkwind and the Easybeats. Status Quo and T Rex also had some early psychedelic moments. More obscure check out the Pink Fairies and the Purple gang.

[edit] The household musicologist insists I also add New Riders of the Purple Sage.
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Any era is fine, thanks for the feedback. Maybe some new artists to, that are very minimalist, but at the same time creative.
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Cream. Jack Bruce is psychedelic, epidemic, cybernetic, aurally tonic, tune-o-matic, and an old relic.

Jefferson Aeroplane is pretty sweet too. Vanilla Fudge is really psychedelic.

i second this statement, i love Jack Bruce. him and Noel Reddings/Jimi Hendrix basslines go very psychodelic (:
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Colour Haze. Amazing 3-piece band with lots of focus on the bassist.

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#10
Absolutely, positively nothing beats the completely nonsensical and comically overplayed bass lines of Vanilla Fudge's Tim Bogert.

Watch and try not to learn:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aWFaZgwerY

If that isn't psychadelic, you don't speak English.
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