The Psychedelic Experience – November 15, 2018 – Psychedelic One And Dones

“Listen to the sound of love. Feel purple. Taste green. Touch the scream that crawls up the wall!” – The Trip, 1967

The 1960s were full of bands that felt purple, tasted green, touched the scream, and then – poof! (or puff?) – disappeared from the scene leaving behind one lone album to define their legacy. Psychedelic One-And-Dones. Was it a case of a trip through the music industry gone bad? Or was their musical output too potent for the public to consume more than once? The Psychedelic Experience is peeling back the blotter paper tonight to find out, and you’re invited along for the ride. Stream below or download here.

Full Playlist

  1. Bob Smith – Latter Days Matter
  2. The Baroques – This Song Needs No Introduction
  3. Morgen – Eternity In Between
  4. Skip Bifferty – Time Track
  5. Graffiti – Coldwater
  6. Dragonfly – Portrait of Youth
  7. Art – Supernatural Fairy Tale
  8. The United States of America – Where Is Yesterday
  9. Calliope – Hello, Hello
  10. Nucleus – Snare Your Colour
  11. Neighb’rhood Childr’n – Feeling Zero
  12. The Animated Egg – I Said, She Said, Ah Cid
  13. Friar Tuck – A Record Hi
  14. Ill Wind – L.A.P.D.
  15. The Art of Lovin’ – Good Times
  16. The Tea Company – Come and Have Some Tea With Me
  17. The David – Mirrors of Wood
  18. Autosalvage – Land of Their Dreams
  19. Blackwell – Please, Mr. Jupiter
  20. Golden Dawn – Every Day
  21. Kak – Everything’s Changing



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Posted on November 16, 2018, in Podcast and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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