Sunday, August 12, 2007

Clem Alford "Mirror Image"

Here is some nice mellow sitar heavy instrumental music. Released back in 1974 "Mirror Image" is a must have chill out record. This album is super relaxing. Man, if you can make it to the end with out hitting your head on the ceiling, I'll be amazed. It's definitely a stony delight.

So, grab yourself some wacky tobaccy, nutmeg, banana peels, or whatever it is you crazy kids do today, and put your mind onto an old new psychedelic sound.

Clem Alford "Mirror Image" 1974.

Clem Alford "Mirror Image"



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Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Mesmerizing Eye - A Musical Light Show

This is about as psychedelic as it gets. Trippy stuff my man. Created by two producers Larry Goldberg and Hank Levine with a few studio freak musicians. Its got it all baby, fuzzed out guitars, sound effects galore and lots random brain sizzle. These instrumentals run right into each other like liquid. They got a thing for phones, ringing, ringing, ring, ring. Man, this is some far out shit, man. These guys were definitely on it 40 years ago. I think it might be time to take a trip back to 1967. So,Get your favorite psychedelic and enjoy the weirdness.

Mesmerizing Eye "A Musical Light Show"

Lee Hazlewood

Mr. Hazlewood you will be missed. Thank you for all the wonderful music to forever remind us.

"After Six" one of my favorite songs.

Lee Hazlewood "These Boots Are Made For Walkin"