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"Musical Odyssey" with Professor G (archive)

Sunday, August 26, 2018 | 21:00 to 22:00 | Specialty

Artist Song Album Label Comments
The Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows Revolver Capitol
Gong Sold to the Highest Buddha Angels Egg Charly Recorded 1972, 6th Gong album
Tim Buckley Pleasant Street Goodbye and Hello Elektra Recorded in LA, June 1967, his 2nd album
The Crazy World of Arthur Brown The Lord Doesn't Want You Strangelands Esoteric
The Incredible String Band The Half Remarkable Question Wee Tam & The Big Huge Hannibal
Spirit Mechanical World The Best of Spirit Epic/Legacy
The Byrds Eight Miles High Never Before CS
Love Maybe the People Would Be The Times or Between Clark and Hilldale Forever Changes Elektra/Rhino
Midlake Young Bride The Trials of Van Occupanther Bella Union
A Halim & De'Fictions Kan Hilang Nanti Pop Yeh Yeh: Psychedelic Rock from Singapore and Malaysia, 1964-70 Sublime Frequencies
La Libre Expresion Joven Amante Love Peace and Poetry: Mexican Psychedelic Music QDK Media
Blo Time to Face the Sun Chapter One EMI Nigeria Recorded 1973
Jefferson Airplane Pretty As You Feel Flight Log 1966-1976 Grunt
Tyrannosaurus Rex She Was Born to Be My Unicorn Unicorn Polygram Their 3rd release, from 1969
The Soft Machine Hope for Happiness The Soft Machine Volume One MCA Recorded 1968
Andy Ellison You Can't Do That 2000 Light Years From Home Mojo Records Written by Lennon & McCartney, released June 1968