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Evolved from the local Maryland 60's band "Badge" and heavily
influenced by the Beatles. From their 1975 self-titled LP.

From their self-titled debut album, released on January 4, 1967.

Known for their "plasmatar," an instrument invented by the group's
composer Warren Hansen. From their 1967 LP "Another Day, Another
Lifetime", reissued with remixed, remastered sound by
Jamie / Guyden in 2001.

From their 1967 LP "Underground".

From their third album "Wheels of Fire", released in August 1968 as
a two-disc vinyl LP, with one disc recorded in the studio and the
other recorded live.

From Iron Butterfly's debut album "Heavy", released in 1968.
Recorded at Gold Star Studios and Nashville West Studio, Hollywood,
California in October 1967.

From their 1968 LP "Are you Experienced" featuring legendary session guitarist Fred Cole.

From the 1993 remastered CD of their 1983 LP "Dealing with the Dead".

The Strawberry Alarm Clock went Hollywood in 1968, appearing in
"Psych-Out" with a young Jack Nicholson. From their 1968 LP "Wake
Up... It's Tomorrow.".

"Great things can come from great adversity.
I am running for California’s 16th Congressional District to provide
a new voice for the Central Valley."
This ad was banned on Facebook.

From their 1971 LP "Folkstone Prism". Re-issued on Sundazed.

From their 1967 album "Electric Music for the Mind and Body".

From San Francisco, California, from their self titled debut album released back in June 2012 on 'Mock Records'. Also the second track on their 'Clouds' EP.

Based in the Rotterdam area, Dutch power trio The Machine formed in late
2007, inspired by 90’s/00’s stoner rock. From their 2009 release
"Solar Corona".

The White Rose:
Children must be protected at all costs.

From their 1967 LP "Electric Comic Book".

Formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California. Ranging from quintet to septet, the band is known for its unique and eclectic style, which fused elements of psychedelia, experimental music, and space rock, among others. From their 1967 debut album "The Grateful Dead".

Originally from Long Island, New York, led by Steven Morgen. Re-released in 2013 on the Probe label on 180 gram vinyl. From his sole 1969 LP "Morgen".

Hendrix flashed a peace sign at the start of his performance of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Woodstock, August 18, 1969.

From their 1990 LP "...Or the Beginning".

From their 1968 LP "The Plastic Cloud".

Good advice from Brandon Straka, founder of the #WalkAway movement.
The Unsilent Minority -

From their 1967 LP "No Way Out".

From their debut studio album released in July 1968 on Tetragrammaton.

In spite of a short-lived mainstream career spanning seven years, Stevie Ray Vaughan was one of the most influential guitarists in the 1980s. Feauring Double Trouble, from their 2000 video short "One Night in Texas".


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