#1
hey anyone found any good sort of underground 60s groups or albums lately..


right now im stuck on psychedelic lollipop by the blues magoos.
#3
Man, check out Eloy and the album "colours". They're great!
They were a German psychedelia group from the late 60's and 70's
They have sort of a Floyd Edge to them...
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#5
the psychedelic sounds of the 13th floor elevators is one of my all time favorites...

try the moving sidewalks, they're damn good (its billy gibbons pre zz top, hot rods and long beards.)
#6
The Pillbugs are a great psychedelic band. Someone recently posted about them in the Modern Rock Forum, but don't let the fact that they started in the nineties fool you-they're really good.
#7
http://chrisgoesrocks.blogspot.com/

That's where you need to go to get great underground psych.
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#8
I dig The Sacred Mushroom a lot. They were a pretty big psychedelic band from Cincinnati (where I live) in 1969, but they broke up after just doing one really good album.

They're pretty Cream-y.
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#9
Aqualung by Jethro Tull is the bomb
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#10
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Aqualung by Jethro Tull is the bomb

While I agree, it isn't from the '60s or underground (by any means).
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I dig The Sacred Mushroom a lot. They were a pretty big psychedelic band from Cincinnati (where I live) in 1969, but they broke up after just doing one really good album.

They're pretty Cream-y.


Been after that album for so long.
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#12
Can, Eloy, Gong, Hawkwind etc...

You should take a look at early Porcupine Tree albums as well (They're 90's but take alot of influence from late 60's / early 70's stuff)
#13
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While I agree, it isn't from the '60s or underground (by any means).

idk but its physidelic
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