Psychedelia

George Clinton

Parliament-Funkadelic – Live In Washington D.C. – 1978 – Past Daily Soundbooth

Parliament-Funkadelic – Live at Capitol Theatre, Washington D.C. – Feb. 18, 1978 A blast of Funk, provided by the inimitable, highly legendary and slightly outrageous Parliament-Funkadelic, led by the High-Priest of Blown Minds; George Clinton. The collective’s origins date back to the doo-wop group the Parliaments, formed by Clinton in...

Renaissance – Live At The Montreux Jazz Festival – 1970 – Past Daily Soundbooth

Most people remember Renaissance as the band which had a number of concept albums and hits via the FM-AOR format stations in the late 1970s. Truth of the matter, that was the third incarnation of the band. Renaissance originally began out of the ashes of The Yardbirds, with Keith Relf...

The Moody Blues In Concert

The Moody Blues In Concert – 1969 – Past Daily Backstage Pass

Most people have relegated The Moody Blues to a sort of caricature status in recent years – the epitome of the airey-faerie Hippy-love and tie-dye stereotype of the 60’s. Their music has been limited to the almost exclusive playing of Knights In White Satin or Tuesday Afternoon, their two biggest...

Geno Washington And The Ram-Jam Band

Top Of The Pops – 1967 – Geno Washington, The Action, Pinkerton’s Assorted Colours, Matt Munro – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

One of the things that’s often overlooked, when it comes to the History of Rock n’ Roll is how some musical genres, though highly influential, didn’t transform the landscape instantly. And that very often the ripple effect didn’t take place for at least a year or two after its introduction....

Bellflower Hi

It’s May 1967 – You’re A Teenager – You’re In High School – Your World Has Turned Day-Glo – You Can Thank Lord Tim For That – Past Daily Weekend Pop Chronicles.

KBLA – Lord Tim – May 1967 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – You probably have no recollection of it – 1967 did go by in a blur. Big chunks of it are missing – how and why things happened are mysterious, even to this day. There you were, right...

Arthur Lee - live at Glastonbury 2003

Arthur Lee And Love – Live At Glastonbury 2003 – Past Daily Soundbooth

Arthur Lee and Love – live at Glastonbury 2003 – BBC 6 Music Arthur Lee and Love to end the weekend and get ready for what is certainly another roller-coaster week ahead. With the passing this weekend of Peter Green, it brought to mind what was a very rich period...