7 August 2012
3 May 2012
Don't bother even trying, I have and it's no good. Sorry to be so negative. I suppose you might be able to if you're good at saying what you want to say, not like me. Maybe you could say that a phsychedelic track is mind-expanding, or at least it gets you (well, me) to think, it's unlike anything else, ever, and sometimes a little strange-sounding.
Good question, by the way.
Moving along in our God given ways, safety is sat by the fire/Sanctuary from these feverish smiles, left with a mark on the door.
(Passover - I. Curtis)
19 September 2010
9 August 2011
I would say that a psychedlic song is one that reflects a colorfully dreamy, distorted mental state on the part of the songwriter, as could be produced by a psychotropic drug.
"Into the Sky with Diamonds" (the Beatles and the Race to the Moon – a history)
5 November 2011
A psychedelic track is anything you want it to be. If you want it to be something, then it is just that. It's like a shamble; something normal people don't want to get.
Really doesn't make much sense, but that would be how I would explain it to someone.
All living things must abide by the laws of the shape they inhabit
14 April 2010
From wiki.answers.com regarding psychedelic music...
"The music genre, which originated in the 1960's, is a free-form, mainly instrumental music that is said to suggest the shifting and fleeting perceptions experienced when taking psychedelic drugs. Common factors in much of psychedelic music include exotic stringed instruments, unusual lyrics, tempo changes, and electric guitars or synthesizers using reverb, distortion or other electronic effects."
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