#1
It seems like this style of music is quite overlooked today, but it the psychedelic movement produced some of the best bands ever.

13th floor elevators
blue cheer
jefferson airplane
donovan
king crimson
moody blues

and the list continues...

what other psychedelic bands does everyone else like?? songs??

peace and love
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#2
Hmm. Tiny Music by STP is a fantastic trip album. No joke.
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#3
check out love - forever changes good stuff
also they're from the 90's but the Olivia Tremor Control plays 60's psychedelic kind of music they're really good
#4
yeah i just got forever changes the other day and its great
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#5
awesome i think its a really good album too not too many people know about it
if you want to check out some olivia tremor control, some good songs are hideaway, jumping fences, and NYC-25
#6
sounds good man i think i will
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#7
Love King Crimson, though I prefer their later hard-rock stuff.

And 13th Floor Elevators are cool too, I was thinking about them today.
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#8
In the Court of the Crimson King is the greatest debut album ever. and one of my favourites, period.
#9
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In the Court of the Crimson King is the greatest debut album ever. and one of my favourites, period.

Yes. But I wouldn't really call them psychedelic, nor 60s.

Um, how about the Beatles? Pink Floyd? The Doors?


Oh, and does anyone here listen to Small Faces? Someone recommended them to me as a psychedelic rock band, I've yet to try them out.
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It seems like this style of music is quite overlooked today, but it the psychedelic movement produced some of the best bands ever.

13th floor elevators
blue cheer
jefferson airplane
donovan
king crimson
moody blues

and the list continues...

what other psychedelic bands does everyone else like?? songs??

peace and love



don't forget the 60's gave birth to the greatest guitarist who ever lived {or had an afro}, hendrix
#11
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Yes. But I wouldn't really call them psychedelic, nor 60s.

Um, how about the Beatles? Pink Floyd? The Doors?


Oh, and does anyone here listen to Small Faces? Someone recommended them to me as a psychedelic rock band, I've yet to try them out.


true, but the threadstarter did list King Crimson, and there first album came out in '69. but I mostly agree with you.
#14
CREAM! Hendrix! and so on....
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#15
Don't forget Big brother and the holding company, Satus quo, strawberry alarm clock, the soft machine, vanilla fudge, traffic, the doors, the zombies and donovan!
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#16
Santana, Hendrix(Bold as Love is especially trippy due to the syncronizer/guitar solo in the end), The Who, Janis Joplan.
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#19
The Grateful Dead are the ultimate psychedelic band.

But as for a darkhorse album, anyone who is even slightly interested in psychedelic should check out the album "The Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus" by Spirit. It's a classic album that is criminally overlooked.
#20
Love
The Byrds
The Third Bardo

So many garage bands delved in psychedelic music during the later half of the 60's.
#21
We have a psychedelic thread that was quite popular, look it up.


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