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  1. An obscure Massachusetts band of the late 1960s, Lazy Smoke offered a sort of Transatlantic psychedelic sound with roughly equal debts to…

  2. Plastic Penny was a British psychedelic rock band active in the late 60s. Their single "Everything I Am" (a cover of Box Tops' tune) charted in…

  3. This is one of the better Beatles-inspired US pop/psych albums. It’s a short album (ten brief songs), but still has a bunch of variety and melodic…

  4. As described by a small, local record store: "Growing Concern. Very nice reissue of Jefferson Airplane like 60s U.S. psych. Fantastic ringing acid…

  5. Beauregard Ajax formed in 1964, Also known as : Ex-The Poets, ex-Dumplings. Beauregard Ajax are American Psychedelic band in 60's era.

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  6. October Country was a short lived band fronted by West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band leader/virtuoso Michael Lloyd. Lloyd wrote, produced,…

  7. Similar to Jefferson Airplane and Peanut Butter Conspiracy...based in LA, they were probably Californian. The album contains some pleasant vocal…

  8. The World of Oz were formed in Birmingham, England in January 1968 and the members were Christopher Robin (vocals / guitar), Tony Clarkson…

  9. This was the first band of Peter Dunton, who later played with Please, T2 and The Flies. Recorded in 1967, these previously unreleased demos were…

  10. An obscure San Francisco-area group that cut one extremely rare album in 1968, Armageddon. It consists of heavy organ, long, winding fuzzy guitar…

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