David Pescovitz at 1:10 pm Fri, Mar 25, 2011
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Friday Freak-Out: The Golden Dawn's "Evolution," from their 1968 album Power Plant.
Hey ya’ll, Deejay O from KVRX 91.7 FM in Austin here….George Kinney, singer and songwriter of the Golden Dawn, evidently needs help with his medical expenses: http://www.texaspsychedelicrock.com/2011/01/contribute-to-george-kinney-medical.html
Thanks, not a bad freak-out!
I think this one’s better, though, especially the musique:
Jeeze, did they record this in a bar with clumsy wait staff?
sweet jesus. the music, man. its all about the music. i think, no, i have decided to give up all of my earthly possessions and follow father yod. he is the true spirit, the light of the spiritual children.
oh ya ho wa way. oh ya ho wa way. oh ya ho wa way.
@dia sobin, Nice one! I love that entire album but had never seen this clip.
@Anon (Deejay O), Thanks for that link. Hope Kinney gets the support he needs.
Note to Millie, Cool, but not 60′s. Try this one, instead:
I got a fever – and the only prescription is more wind-chime.
Everybody knows Arthur Brown, right? This is an excerpt from a film called “The Committee”, and while it contains no acid-fried visuals it manages to illustrate two interesting phenomenona:
1. Arthur Brown
2. Arthur Brown and band being way too cool for the room.
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