Caption: Vincebus Eruptum, Credit: Blue Cheer
Image by: Blue Cheer 
Vincebus Eruptum 

SITPE # 1210

From: Stephen R Webb
Series: Stuck in the Psychedelic Era
Length: 01:58:00

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Bluecheervincebuseruptum_small Shows like the one this week are hard to describe. This is because we cover a lot of ground without spending too much time in any one place. Probably the best thing to do is just look over the playlist below...........Now that you've had a chance to do that you may have noticed a few patterns, such as the 1967 set that starts things off and the pair of early 70s rock songs from Uriah Heep and Grand Funk Railroad in the last segment. Also of note are tracks from a pair of albums that are considered foundation stones of what came to be called Heavy Metal: Black Sabbath's Paranoid and Blue Cheer's Vincebus Eruptum. These tracks are making their Stuck in the Psychedelic Era debut this week, as are tracks from Sugarloaf, Janis Joplin and others. All in all, this week's show really is all over the place.                                                                                                                                                     

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Piece Description

Shows like the one this week are hard to describe. This is because we cover a lot of ground without spending too much time in any one place. Probably the best thing to do is just look over the playlist below...........Now that you've had a chance to do that you may have noticed a few patterns, such as the 1967 set that starts things off and the pair of early 70s rock songs from Uriah Heep and Grand Funk Railroad in the last segment. Also of note are tracks from a pair of albums that are considered foundation stones of what came to be called Heavy Metal: Black Sabbath's Paranoid and Blue Cheer's Vincebus Eruptum. These tracks are making their Stuck in the Psychedelic Era debut this week, as are tracks from Sugarloaf, Janis Joplin and others. All in all, this week's show really is all over the place.                                                                                                                                                     

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
RESPECT VAGRANTS NUGGETS VOL. 2-PUNK. RHINO 1967 02:13
YOU KEEP ME HANGIN' ON VANILLA FUDGE PSYCHEDELIC POP. BMG/RCA/BUDDAH 1967 02:59
DEATH SOUND BLUES COUNTRY JOE AND THE FISH THE LIFE AND TIMES OF COUNTRY JOE AND THE FISH. VANGUARD 1967 04:22
JOHNNY WAS A GOOD BOY MYSTERY TREND LOVE IS THE SONG WE SING: SAN FRANCISCO NUGGETS 1965-70. RHINO 1967 02:27
SKY PILOT ERIC BURDON AND THE ANIMALS BEST OF 60s PSYCHEDELIC ROCK. PRIORITY 1968 04:38
WORDS LOVIN' SPOONFUL TILL I RUN WITH YOU. KAMA SUTRA 1969 02:23
THINGS GONNA CHANGE SOME SUGARLOAF SUGARLOAF. LIBERTY 1970 06:36
MY BABY JANIS JOPLIN PEARL. COLUMBIA 1971 03:45
TURN! TURN! TURN! BYRDS TURN! TURN! TURN!. COLUMBIA 1965 03:43
THE 59TH STREET BRIDGE SONG SIMON AND GARFUNKEL COLLECTED WORKS. COLUMBIA 1966 01:35
SHAKE OTIS REDDING HISTORIC PERFORMANCES RECORDED AT THE MONTEREY INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL. REPRISE 1967 02:37
SHINE ON BRIGHTLY PROCOL HARUM SHINE ON BRIGHTLY. A&M 1968 03:29
LOVE STORY JETHRO TULL THIS WAS (BONUS TRACK). CHRYSALIS/CAPITOL 1968 03:01
CROSSTOWN TRAFFIC JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE ELECTRIC LADYLAND. LEGACY 1968 02:27
EXCUSE, EXCUSE SEEDS THE SEEDS. GNP CRESCENDO 1966 02:20
MONEY TO BURN CYRKLE RED RUBBER BALL. COLUMBIA 1966 03:30
HIDEAWAY ELECTRIC PRUNES UNDERGROUND. COLLECTOR'S CHOICE 1967 02:38
JULIA BEATLES THE BEATLES. PARLOPHONE 1968 02:52
IT MUST BE LOVE IRON BUTTERFLY BALL. ATCO 1969 04:25
HAND OF DOOM BLACK SABBATH PARANOID. WARNER BROTHERS 1970 07:10
SECOND TIME AROUND BLUE CHEER VINCEBUS ERUPTUM. PHILIPS 1968 06:18
THE LAST TIME ROLLING STONES BIG HITS (HIGH TIDE AND GREEN GRASS). LONDON 1965 03:37
I CAN'T KEEP FROM CRYING SOMETIMES BLUES PROJECT ANTHOLOGY. POLYDOR 1966 04:25
BIG BLACK SMOKE KINKS 45 RPM single B side. REPRISE 1967 02:32
ECHOES IN THE DARK URIAH HEEP THE MAGICIAN'S BIRTHDAY. MERCURY 1972 04:46
I WANT FREEDOM GRAND FUNK RAILROAD SURVIVAL. CAPITOL 1971 04:32
PORPOISE SONG MONKEES NUGGETS VOL. 9-ACID ROCK. RHINO 1968 04:09

Additional Credits

Production assistance from Greg Cotterill.
A production of Finger Lakes Public Radio.

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