The tracks in between the freakouts are very psychedelic and the way they seemless fade in and out of the freakouts is really cool
This hands down.
Took psilocin and listened to it over the weekend and after my ego died I felt like the album allowed me to assume the identities of the animals and environments The Orb sampled
No way. Between the buttons is straight up rock. Cool calm collected doesnt have anything on any tracks from Their Majestic Satanic Request.
In another land single highhandedly out psychedelics anything from between the buttons.
the summer of love was in '67, dipshit
acid was getting popular in 65-66 but between the buttons is not a straight psych record...
>In recent years, however, it has gained a cult following since it was The Rolling Stones' only overt outing into the psychedelic realm, and because of its lenticular cover (which critics still compare to the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album).
>The Rolling Stones' only overt outing into the psychedelic realm,
The mythical, spiritual SMiLE
It was with me when I had Ayahuasca for the first time
Also I got all in a huff as soon as I saw the thread because I was certain nobody would post The Parable of Arable Land, but this fucker made my day >>53013505
Godz are pretty fucked too
The instrumentation is psychedelic.
"There is often a strong emphasis on extended instrumental solos or jams, typically featuring a heavily distorted electric guitar as the main instrument"
Sing this all together is very much a communal jam.
BtB wasnt trying to recreate the acid experience...
it may seem trippy to you, and i dont doubt they didnt take drugs then, but its not psych rock
psych rock is mainly about trying to create a very particular feeling that you can only understand if you've taken LSD, or have a wide enough imagination and can dig a trance state
took 2c-b and listened to this album
I guess it doesn't really count as psychedelic, but damn was than an experience
I listened to the whole album the last time I tripped, it was pretty excellent
I was in a really comfy place with really great people though
tmr though... I would just stay away from that album in general
funnily enough, i recommend not listening to trout mask, but i have listened to a few tracks while stoned and flying very high, and i had a blast it really connected
but i can see where it might get alittle /spooky/
that same criticism can be used on HSMR, since that was just the stones jumping on the next bandwagon.
Isn't psilocybin efficient?
Not a very trippy nor interesting one. Not even the second time around.
It seems like this is kind of a psychedelic general thread so I ask why is Revolver consider great?
I understand its historical value but nothing much more. There's a few great tracks but overall is pretty lackluster.
its not lackluster at all wtf are you smoking bitch?
literally every single track is fucking amazing
even yellow submarine, although it is kinda a gimmicky track, still groundbreaking and fun to sing along to
you strike me as the kind of pleb who's like "revolver is OK, the only song i like in tomorrow never knows derp xp"
i like how you think "jumping the bandwagon" means not being experiemntal at the same time
after revovler, the beatles made sgt pepper which was them making a full out psych experience, and yet its regarded as their best or most progressive
idk why you're such a faggot
Actually I only enjoyed eleanor rigby, Im only sleeping, love you to, for no one, and tomorrow never knows. From all of those songs tomorrow never knows is my least favorite one (even though i vastly prefer it to some of the other material).
What exactly was experimental, that they haven't already done in the past?
Why are you talking about another band?
I'm the faggot/dipshit? I'm trying to discuss music while your the one being a little shit...
>The Stones experimented with many new instruments and sound effects during the sessions including Mellotron and short wave radio static and string arrangements by John Paul Jones.
Broken Soul Jamboree - Tipper
The music sounds like the underwater analog to Flying Lotus.
cmon anon thats not even their best stuff
first off, you don't even need effects or fancy equipment to replicate psychedlia
many people at the time found out how naturally acidy the sitar was, which gained huge popular interest in eastern music and philosophy
also, drone music was becoming more popular in the avant garde scene, and bands like the velvet underground experiemented with that. (eastern music is also very naturally drone-like anyway)
basically, acid has a very trance like quality about it, but essentually it doesnt, its hard to explain, because you could listen to justin bieber and be facinated by the sounds anyway
to awnser your question though, a normal guitar strum could sound, on acid, very watery and manipulated almost cartoonish
music on acid in general is very huge and goes on forever, sounds multiply or shrink and just freak, and simultaneously your fried brain is just trying to process it as if you've never heard music in your life
tl;dr the effects try to imiate for someone who desnt take drugs what music would sound like on drugs, so those people could take drugs...
taking acid and lsitening to music is great, because you're like a child, you have no comprehension of what music is or what a sound is or how you process information but its all beautful and freeing
its very hard to explain if you've never partaken yourself, but in a nutshell, the effects TRY (try being a key word, because ive never heard a song except mayby pink floyds any colour you like replicate what the acid experiance COULD be like for somneone whos never tried it) to make the music more druggie and trance-like
He's right though- its impossible to explain to someone who has never tripped.
>music on acid in general is very huge and goes on forever, sounds multiply or shrink and just freak, and simultaneously your fried brain is just trying to process it as if you've never heard music in your life
I think this a very insightful example. Buy some psychedelics or spend a decade meditating daily to attain enlightenment
Or he can avoid sleeping and eating for more than 2 days (what I did when I was teen) or choke himself with plastic cable for just 10- 15 seconds to get euphoria released through your brain.
>Or he can avoid sleeping and eating for more than 2 days
funnily enough, captain beefheart did that very thing and made this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh5laBZM5Uo
very acid-y track from a vastly underrated psych album...
Is really intense the first two days but when it finally hits you its amazing ( I am also amusing really hazardous for your health but I was a dumb horny teenager so it's not like I cared at the time)
Also listening to shoegaze and post-rock while doing this is terrifying but I liked it a lot.
my nicca, thats what shoegaze IS
kevin shields admitted they were trying to replicate the acid experience with the whole tremolo arm strumming thing, the wall of sound noise pop stuff, like loveless
according to him he and the band were all stoned and he kept strumming one note for a long time as if it went on forever, and they all were having such a fun time that they started trying to incporate it into their actual music, trying to make acid records
also at the same time they were doing that, the supposed "second summer of love" was happening in eurpoe and muscians were taking LSD again and it was everywhere in da clubs
shoegaze essentially is psychedelic music, hell, even dream pop is psychedelic
its not trying to recreate the psych feeling but it does anyway becasuse thats how the music evolved
have you ever heard beach house on LSD? holy shit...
Meh, I dislike beach house, in terms of dream pop i would rather listen to broadcast or melody echo chamber.
But it only matters what you think of their music, at the end of the day you hear it not me so enjoy.
thats too bad you dont like beach house, they're one of the decades best dream pop outfits but OK...
melody echo chamber is great, i love kevin parkers stuff anything hes done, but its too simple, its too novice for me, not bad, but not as interesting as beach hourse
Actually I dislike Tame Impala, too tame (heh) to keep me interested, but still busy enough to the point is not soothing.
I also dislike most revival shit (I don't get the point of reviving shit from the past without adding anything interesting or new) though there a few I like.
why is this not mentioned already?
listen to it