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SITPE # 1212

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

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Surrealistic_pillow_small This week (for whatever reason) we managed to squeeze in 33 songs, a new record for Stuck In The Psychedelic Era. As would be expected, very few (four) exceed four minutes in length. Oddly enough, though, all but one are longer than two minutes, and the one is only three seconds shy of that mark. We start off with three songs from 1966 that have never been played on the show before, followed by a fairly long progression through the years. We also have a set of seldom-heard early Jefferson Airplane tracks and (in the second hour) one of the longest progressions through the years ever heard on Stuck in the Psychedelic Era. Our final segment is a mixture of the familiar and the obscure, including a pair of tracks that stayed unreleased for many years.

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This week (for whatever reason) we managed to squeeze in 33 songs, a new record for Stuck In The Psychedelic Era. As would be expected, very few (four) exceed four minutes in length. Oddly enough, though, all but one are longer than two minutes, and the one is only three seconds shy of that mark. We start off with three songs from 1966 that have never been played on the show before, followed by a fairly long progression through the years. We also have a set of seldom-heard early Jefferson Airplane tracks and (in the second hour) one of the longest progressions through the years ever heard on Stuck in the Psychedelic Era. Our final segment is a mixture of the familiar and the obscure, including a pair of tracks that stayed unreleased for many years.

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
STONE FREE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE ARE YOU EXPERIENCED?. MCA 1966 03:36
I FEEL FREE CREAM FRESH CREAM. ATCO 1966 02:53
RICHARD CORY SIMON AND GARFUNKEL COLLECTED WORKS. COLUMBIA 1966 02:57
I SEE THE LIGHT FIVE AMERICANS NUGGETS VOL. 1-THE HITS. RHINO 1965 02:06
I WANT YOU BOB DYLAN BOB DYLAN'S GREATEST HITS. COLUMBIA 1966 03:05
IN ANOTHER LAND ROLLING STONES THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST. LONDON 1967 02:53
GENTLE AS IT MAY SEEM IRON BUTTERFLY WHERE THE ACTION IS: L.A. NUGGETS 1965-68. RHINO 1968 02:25
EMPTY PAGES TRAFFIC 45 RPM single (reissue). SILVER SPOTLIGHT 1970 04:45
COME BACK BABY JEFFERSON AIRPLANE SURREALISTIC PILLOW. RCA/BMG HERITAGE 1967 02:54
CHAFFEUR BLUES JEFFERSON AIRPLANE JEFFERSON AIRPLANE TAKES OFF. RCA VICTOR 1966 02:27
J.P.P. McSTEP B. BLUES JEFFERSON AIRPLANE SURREALISTIC PILLOW. RCA/BMG HERITAGE 1966 02:36
TALK TALK MUSIC MACHINE MORE NUGGETS. RHINO 1966 01:57
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD RETROSPECTIVE. ATCO 1967 02:38
CAN YOU HEAR THE COWS TURTLES 45 RPM single B side. WHITE WHALE 1968 02:20
BRAND NEW START JOHN MAYALL BLUES ALONE. LONDON 1967 03:20
DEATH SOUND BLUES COUNTRY JOE AND THE FISH ELECTRIC MUSIC FOR THE MIND AND BODY. VANGUARD 1967 04:23
SATISFACTION OTIS REDDING 45 RPM single. VOLT 1966 02:41
BYE BYE BYE TIKIS LOVE IS THE SONG WE SING: SAN FRANCISCO NUGGETS 1965-70. RHINO 1966 02:42
LIFE IS JUST A CHER O' BOWLIES BLUES MAGOOS ELECTRIC COMIC BOOK. MERCURY 1967 02:34
RED THE SIGN POST FIFTY FOOT HOSE LOVE IS THE SONG WE SING: SAN FRANCISCO NUGGETS 1965-70. RHINO 1968 02:58
AMAZING JOURNEY WHO WOODSTOCK: 40 YEARS ON-BACK TO YASGUR'S FARM. RHINO 1969 05:45
LOVE YOU SYD BARRETT AN INTRODUCTION TO SYD BARRETT. CAPITOL 1970 02:27
TIME WILL MAKE IT BETTER GYPSY IN THE GARDEN. METROMEDIA 1971 02:52
THE WALL SONG GRAHAM NASH AND DAVID CROSBY 45 RPM single B side. ATLANTIC 1972 04:26
SET ME FREE KINKS 45 RPM single. REPRISE 1965 02:10
CODINE CHARLATANS NUGGETS-ORIGINAL ARTYFACTS FROM THE FIRST PSYCHEDELIC ERA. RHINO 1966 02:26
SWIM PENNY ARKADE WHERE THE ACTION IS: L.A. NUGGETS 1965-68. RHINO 1967 02:42
SING A SIMPLE SONG SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE GREATEST HITS. EPIC 1968 03:55
DOUBLE SHOT (OR MY BABY'S LOVE) SWINGIN' MEDALLIONS NUGGETS-ORIGINAL ARTYFACTS FROM THE FIRST PSYCHEDELIC ERA. RHINO 1965 02:13
MY LITTLE RED BOOK LOVE NUGGETS VOL. 2-PUNK. RHINO 1966 02:30
NO MORE RUNNING AROUND LAMP OF CHILDHOOD WHERE THE ACTION IS: L.A. NUGGETS 1965-68. RHINO 1967 02:51
8:15 GUESS WHO AMERICAN WOMAN. RCA VICTOR 1970 03:14
A PUBLIC EXECUTION MOUSE AND THE TRAPS MORE NUGGETS. RHINO 1965 02:50

Additional Credits

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

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