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9 thoughts on “ Slide Machine - The 13th Floor Elevators* - Music Of The Spheres (Box Set, LP, LP, Album, LP, Album, LP, Album, LP, Album) ”

  1. Slide Machine Lyrics: Been down south where they use the slide machine / Where the gods of old are heard but seldom seen / And here I been just stuck up in between / Trying to, trying to, trying.
  2. Nov 19,  · The Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators (Stereo) ( remastered stereo mix presented in the band's intended running order, with correct writing credits and full song titles) Live In California recorded live on LSD in San Francisco, CA - fall !/5(98).
  3. Mmm Down south where they use the Slide machine, And gods of gold are heard but seldom seen, And here I've been just stuck up in between, Trying to, trying to, trying to get back to you Trying to, trying to, trying to get back to you Well the slide machine it sweeps stones right off the road, For the tandem trucks and loads that they towed, And me, I've just been looking for one going slow.
  4. 13th Floor Elevators Profile Hailing from Austin, Texas, the members of 13th Floor Elevators were quite possibly the first artists to describe their music as psychedelic. Their lyrics and sleeve notes openly and religiously endorsed the use of drugs (particularly LSD) to alter human consciousness for the better.
  5. Easter Everywhere is the second studio album by the American psychedelic rock band the 13th Floor Elevators. It was released in November , through record label International Artists. It is regarded by many to be one of the finest psychedelic albums ever released.
  6. Album Two Is The First Ever Vinyl Pressing Of The Album In The Band’s Intended Running Order. A 2LP Gatefold Sleeve Edition Of Easter Everywhere, Mastered From The Original Tape Source. Album One Is The Mono Edition; Album Two The Original Stereo Mix. This Is The First Official Mono Reissue Of The Album Since
  7. Jun 13,  · Additionally, the box set also includes the first official release of Headstone: The Contact Sessions. Recorded hot on the heels of the Elevators’ legendary debut single, You’re Gonna Miss Me, in February , Headstone was originally slated to be their debut album, predating Psychedelic Sounds by .
  8. Hailing from Austin, Texas, the members of 13th Floor Elevators were one of the first artists to describe their music as psychedelic. Their lyrics and sleeve notes openly and religiously endorsed the use of drugs (particularly LSD) to alter human consciousness for the forcotablipodnutccrinderfoundphigane.xyzinfo band rattled to the middle of the Hot in with You're Gonna Miss Me, anchored by Roky Erickson's.
  9. Oct 05,  · But that's a slight problem considering the undeniable historical significance of this LP. Today I listened to a psych/garage classic -- a true NM stereo copy of (Turn On) The Music Machine on Original Sound. It's a classic and an album I've loved for 3 decades now.

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