The Psychedelic Experience Record Run – Vinyl Finds #30 – The Long Haul

We apologize for the length of this video, but it’s probably our last Record Run video of 2016. We’ve got finds from all over, and we’ve got a lot to show here. The Psych Professor had some luck at a local vinyl charity sale, and he found some stuff on a recent trip to Wisconsin and the November St. Louis Record Show. DJ Mellow Yellow shows off his scores from the November St. Louis Record Show. Leave us a comment and let us know how we did on our picks, and be sure to listen to the Psychedelic Experience every Thursday night from 8-10pm on 89.5 WJMU! Best viewed in HD and with popcorn.

Albums shown:
Donovan – For Little Ones
Chuck Berry – The Great Twenty-Eight
The Mamas and the Papas – The Papas and the Mamas
The Road – S/T
Bob Dylan – Self Portrait
The Four Seasons – Genuine Imitation Life Gazette
The Concert for Bangladesh
The Three O’Clock – Sixteen Tambourines
The Rolling Stones – England’s Newest Hit Makers
Leonard Cohen – The Songs of Leonard Cohen
Arthur Blessitt – Soul Session At His Place
Neil Merryweather, John Richardson, and Boers – S/T
Daevid Allen – Now Is The Happiest Time Of Your Life
David Stoughton – Transformer
Dick Hyman – The Electric Eclectics of Dick Hyman
Hawkwind – Doremi Fasol Latido
Muddy Waters – Electric Mud
The Holy Mackerel – S/T
The Kinks – Face To Face
US 69 – Yesterday’s Folks
Clear Light – S/T
The Velvet Underground – Loaded

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