12 minutes, just astonishing. Via ILM…
n/p at h/q: Popol Vuh – Einsjäger & Siebenjäger (1974) feat inkredible guitar work from Daniel Fichelscher
Comets on Fire live at the White Horse – 26 November 2013
Maybe give them this bk for xmas…
The Acid Diaries
by Christopher Gray
CHRISTOPHER GRAY (1942-2009) was well known for his involvement in the 1960s with Situationist International, for his various radical writings, and as Swami Prem Paritosh, disciple of the guru Osho.
Toward the end of his fifties, Gray took, for the first time in years, a 100-microgram acid trip. So extraordinary, and to his surprise so enjoyable, were the effects that he began to take the same dose in the same way–quietly and on his own–once every two to three weeks.
In The Acid Diaries, Gray details his experimentation with LSD over a period of three years and shares the startling realization that his visions were weaving an ongoing story from trip to trip, revealing an underlying reality of personal and spiritual truths….
How did we miss THIS all-timer? Came out in April! This isn’t out of nowhere… Sly’s always been a Lord Buckley freak — but what a pleasure to hear…
Via georgeclinton.com –
The single “The Naz” features Sly Stone on vocals telling the story of Jesus Christ of Nazareth as told by beat poet Lord Buckley in his famous poem “The Nazz”. Sly uses his trademark radio rap that he used to kick as a DJ on San Francisco’s radio station KSOL-AM. “He just laid it down and we built the entire song around it,” says Clinton.
The second song on this single is “Nuclear Dog”, an instrumental rock reworking of Clinton’s 1983 chart topping hit “Atomic Dog.” In classic Funkadelic tradition, “Nuclear Dog” features blazing solo after solo from long time P-Funk guitarist DeWayne “Blackbyrd” McKnight. Jazz fans should know Blackbyrd from his start with the great Sonny Rollins and subsequent legendary work as a member of Herbie Hancock & The Headhunters before he joined P-Funk.
Available on itunes
From the very active and highly illuminating George Clinton and Parliement Funkadelic Facebook stream:
Starting from far left: maybe Ron Ford, Glen Goins, Garry Shider, Cordell Boogie Mosson, Debbie Wright, Me -George Clinton and Jim Vitti at the board at United Sounds in Studio A. Mixing one of the songs from Funkentelechy Vs. The Placebo Syndrome in 1977.