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For all you non floyd listeners out there Thinking "What another brick in the whatsit isn't psychedelic! ", just for you to know, there are more albums then this and listen to pipe at the gates of dawn, an album fronted by my dear friend Syd Barrett. And those of you who want to talk to me about him please don't try to contact me. Yes I knew him, so did a lot of people though.
I like the Beatles better, but interns if psychedelic, no one does it like Floyd.
My favourite band is The Beatles and you gotta give them credit for starting it all, but Pink Floyd took psychedelia to heaven
Where is monster magnet on this list they should be in the top ten. a lot of the bands on this list aren't even psychedelic rock rolling stones aren't neither is led zeppelin I agree with pinkys at the top but monster magnet has to be somewhere in thereV 6 Comments
There's no band like the doors, best ever
The only band to combine the blues psychedelic and acid rock to create a one of a kind psychedelic feel.
Nobody does it like the Doors. Nearly every song they have is great. Thank you Jim Morrison
The Beatles are not only the influential band of all time, but also the most influential in psychedelic rock. A Day in the Life, which is psychedelic, is one of the best songs of all time, if not the best. Pink Floyd and The Doors only have a small amount of good material, while the Beatles have better material, and more material.
Notice how they're probably the only modern band on this list? They're that talented.
These guys are talented musicians in the genreV 1 Comment
Jimi Hendrix Experience should be higher than Tame Impala. - zxm
People who vote for tame impala are idiots.
GD will always be the ultimate psychedelic rock band of all time for me - the fact that they are still giving heads and a community that spans three generations their live experience at high levels and that dozens of quality cover/tribute bands expand the vibe around the country month to month speaks volumes.
Long live the Grateful Dead!
Hey, that's pretty good.
Grace Slick wrote "White Rabbit" in 1965 when she was still with The Great Society, but it went mainstream in 1967 with the Airplane
Honestly how can they not be 1st? Jefferson Airplane put psychedelic music on the map and there isn't one member that plays bad. Jack Cassady hands down best American bassist ever. Jorma Kaukonen fingerpicking goodness with his signature weird noisy guitar psychedelicness. Skip Spence on drums for their first album and Spencer Dryden afterwards. Marty Balin incredible folk voice on debut album and Grace Slick powerful voice too. And Paul Kantner on rhythm and writing some incredible songs.
8 Miles High was the first really big psychedelic hit
Listen to "Cavalry" or "Gold and Silver" and you'll know why Quicksilver is the best of psychedelic rock.
Why is thos behind a bunch on non-psychedelic bands. Also (no offense to the seeds), it is better than the seeds. - Sepron64V 1 Comment
The Yardbirds pre-dated everyone else by over a year with what would become "the psychedelic sound".
Love these guys. They have a nice retro 60s sound to them - ryanrimmel
Thank you for including this talented group.
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