The Psychedelic Experience – June 25, 2015 – PSYCHology 101
Lay back, relax, close your eyes, and why don’t you start at the beginning? What was your mother like? Did she encourage you to listen to The Psychedelic Experience? It’s our special PSYCHology 101 episode! We’re no shrinks though so prepare to have your minds expanded. We’ll be diving into the minds, dreams, and nervous breakdowns of psychedelia for the next 2 hours on The Psychedelic Experience. Stream below or download here.
- Iron Butterfly – Unconscious Power
- The Id – The Rake
- The Mothers of Invention – Motherly Love
- The Standells – 19th Nervous Breakdown
- The Easybeats – Friday On My Mind
- The Sonics – Psycho
- The Count Five – Psychotic Reaction
- Autosalvage – The Great Brain Robbery/Glimpses of the Next World’s World
- Tomorrow – Hallucinations
- The Byrds – Mind Gardens
- Kaleidoscope – Keep Your Mind Open
- Funkadelic – Maggot Brain
- Pink Floyd – Brain Damage
- Ultimate Spinach – Mind Flowers
- The Paupers – It’s Your Mind
- Love – Your Mind and We Belong Together
- Jimi Hendrix – Manic Depression
- The Beatles – Think For Yourself
- Otis Redding – I’ve Got Dreams To Remember
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