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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Psychedelic Sundaze #11


















Okay, there is less than 24 hours left to vote in the poll, currently 12 of you have voted and it looks like you want the new Halloween compilation ASAP. If that stays the same by tomorrow, look for the new comp later this week-- Wednesday probably.

As for today's comp, I'll just say a quick word about Creedence Clearwater Revival-- whose lead singer, John Fogerty, is this weeks cover star. Again, not really a band that springs to mind when you think "Psychedelia", though they were one of the most well known artists during this era. This particular track, "Gloomy", has one of the hallmarks of Psychedelia: the backwards guitar. A near perfect example of that technique.

Happy Listening!


Tiny Purple Fishes: A Trip Through the First Psychedelic Era, Vol. XI

01. The Human Beinz, “Flower Grave” [1967]. U.S. (Ohio)
02. Creedence Clearwater Revival, “Gloomy” [1968]. U.S. (California)
03. McCully Workshop Inc, “Why Can’t it Rain” [1969]. South Africa
04. Sarolta Zalatnay, “Egy Szot Se Szoli” [1970]. Hungary
05. Iron Butterfly, “Most Anything You Want” [1968]. U.S. (California)
06. Vanilla Fudge, “Where is My Mind” [1968]. U.S. (New York)
07. The Steve Miller Band, “Brave New World” [1969]. U.S. (California)
08. John’s Children, “Just What You Want – Just What You’ll Need” [1967]. U.K. (England)
09. Tommy James & the Shondells, “I Am a Tangerine” [1967]. U.S. (Michigan)
10. The Amboy Dukes, “Why is a Carrot More Orange Than an Orange” [1968]. U.S. (Michigan)
11. Zakary Thaks, “Mirror of Yesterday” [1967]. U.S. (Texas)
12. Earth Island, “Seasons of Our Lives” [1970]. U.S. (California)
13. The Bonniwell Music Machine, “Absolutely Positively” [1968]. U.S. (California)
14. Big Brother & the Holding Company, “All Is Loneliness” [1967]. U.S. (California)
15. Blood, Sweat & Tears, “Meagan’s Gypsy Eyes” [1968]. U.S. (New York)
16. Bubble Puppy, “Lonely” [1969]. U.S. (Texas)
17. Giles, Giles & Fripp, “Newly Weds” [1968]. U.K. (England)
18. The Factory, “Try a Little Sunshine” [1969]. U.K. (England)
19. Sagittarius, “Glass” [1967]. U.S. (California)
20. The Lovin’ Spoonful, “Coconut Grove” [1966]. U.S. (New York)

Total Time: 1:00:34

Download it here: Tiny Purple Fishes, Vol. XI

3 comments:

Jamie (tacobueno) said...

Thank you for another installment - as eclectic chosen as always. Onward thru the fog!

Maximum Jack said...

You are welcome, just two more to go in this series!

Maisie said...

I've got some serious catching up to do! But in a nice way... cheers!