The Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” vs. The Rolling Stones’ “Their Satanic Majesties Request.” Which album is the most psychedelic?
Gone but not forgotten: Vanilla Fudge’s legacy lives on. Mark Stein and Carmine Appice tell why.
Blue Cheer freaked out the minds and ears of unwilling listeners. For the initiated, however, the Cheer’s heavy trip was a darn good one.
A little more than 50 years ago, The Rolling Stones went from producing sure-hit singles to bravely exploring a musical direction known as psychedelia with the strangely titled album, ‘Their Satanic Majesties Request.’
Donovan, who the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame claimed “single-handedly initiated the psychedelic revolution,” talks to Goldmine about his close relationship with The Beatles and how a creative movement changed from psychedelic drugs to meditation.
Goldmine’s tribute to Psychedelic Rock. And to represent the Psychedelia music movement we put Donovan on the cover.
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, the new psychedelic rock project featuring the former Black Crowes frontman, is hitting the road to support its debut album, “Big Moon Ritual.
“Big Moon Ritual” will be followed by companion album “The Magic Album,” in September. Both albums were produced by Thom Monahan (Vetiver, Devendra Banhart, Papercuts).
Mickster is his nickname, but it should be The Music Collector