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  • Psychedelic Rock timeline

    10 mar 2009, 14:57 av Cabinessence1

    An early version of Psychedelic Rock Music timeline. Most of the list will concentrate on music that was recorded in the studio. The timeline is Rock based only.

    1- Spring, 1965 The Psychedelic Rangers including future DOORS drummer John Densmore is formed in Los Angeles.

    2- Spring 1965- The Beatles "Ticket to Ride" Not only does the title indicate a possible double meaning (taking a ride/taking a "trip") but the droning/ jangly guitars and the distinctive drum pattern provide a blueprint for mantra/raga rock rhythm that would be present on "Tomorrow Never Knows".

    3- June 1, 1965, the Charlatans began an extended residency at the Red Dog Saloon in Virginia City, Nevada,

    4- "The Trip" 45 July, 1965 Kim Fowley released has some elements of Psychedelic Rock

    5- July of 1965 Yardbirds "Still I'm Sad" has some elements close to Psychedelic Rock.

    6- July on 1965 the Kinks "See My Friends" is released has some elements that resemble Psychedelic Rock.

    7- August- The Doors are formed

    8- September of 1965 The Doors- The Doors record demos "Moonlight Drive", "End Of The Night" and "Go Insane"

    9- The Beatles October, 1965 The Beatles record "Norwegian Wood" and The Beatles - Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (Take 1) and take 2 could be considered containing elements close to Psychedelic Rock. "The Word" the first organ solo (technically harmonium) in a psychedelic rock context, and lyrically they voiced the drug-influenced peace-and-love sentiments that would color many psychedelic lyrics. November 1965

    10- November, 1965 The first ACID TEST is arranged in La Honda by KEN KESEY & THE MERRY PRANKSTERS. Local band the Warlocks, soon to be renamed the GRATEFUL DEAD perform at the event.

    11- December 19, 1965- Donovan records "Sunshine Superman"

    12- Dec 22, 1965 The Byrds The Byrds record "Eight Miles High", first version . The song fuses Coltrane and Ravi Shankar.

    13- The Beatles January, 1966 John Lennon writes "Tomorrow Never Knows" a song overtly dealing with concept of Psychedelia.

    14- Yardbirds February, 1966 The Yardbirds release the "Shapes Of Things

    15- The Byrds February 23, 1966 The Byrds record "Eight miles high", second (and official) version.

    16- March, 1966 John Lennon records demos for what was to become "She Said, She Said", a clearly LSD-influenced song.

    17- 13th Floor Elevators March 16, 1966 Live recording exists of 13th FLOOR ELEVATORS performing psychedelic material like "Roller coaster" on this date (the live KAZZ-FM tape

    18- Love March, 1966 Love release their self-titled debut LP, a few songs of which have psychedelic elements

    19- March, 1966 The Merry Pranksters- The "Acid Test" LP featuring KEN KESEY & THE MERRY PRANKSTERS is released in San Francisco. The contents and packaging are 100% lysergic.

    20- Early April 1966 The Beatles The Beatles record "Tomorrow Never Knows" and the classic psychedelic sounds of backward guitars, exotic Indian drones, and trance like background sounds from tape loops is invented in a psychedelic rock sound.

    21- April, 1966 The Dovers from California release "The Third Eye", a 45 that is clearly psychedelic

    22- May of 1966 Yardbirds "Over Under Sideways Down".

    23- May of 1966 The Velvet Underground record the highly drone influenced "Venus in Furs".

    24- May of 1966 The Rolling Stones "Paint it Black"

    25- May of 1966 The Electric Prunes release their debut 45, "Ain't It Hard.

    26- May of 1966 The Beatles release "Rain" and it's noted use of a backward vocal coda.

    27- May of 1966 "Season of the Witch" is a song by recorded by Donovan.

    28- June of 1966 Country Joe & The Fish record tracks for their upcoming "Bass Strings" EP

    29- Recorded June, 1966 The California band EUPHORIA record psychedelic material such as "Pick It Up". Except for a Mainstream label 45, the songs remain unreleased until the 1980s.

    30- July of 1966 The Byrds release the "Fifth Dimension" LP,

    31- August 5, 1966 The "Revolver" album by the Beatles released in the UK. It becomes the first Psychedelic number one album in both the UK and America and establishes Psychedelic rock in the process.

    32- August, 1966 SPIKEDRIVERS 45 with psychedelic B-side "Often I wonder"

    33- August, 1966 Rusty Evans & the DEEP record the "Psychedelic Moods" LP in Philadelphia. This is the first ever LP with a consistent psychedelic theme throughout.

    34- August of 1966 MALACHI The "Holy Music" LP by MALACHI is recorded

    35- September, 1966 The Charlatans version of "Codeine" is released

    36- September, 1966 The 13th FLOOR ELEVATORS record "Kingdom Of Heaven" and "Reverberation" in a studio in Houston.

    37- August - early September 1966 The Doors begin recording their debut album

    38- Cream "I Feel Free" recording is completed. Sept of 1966

    39- Yardbirds Happenings Ten Years Time Ago / Psycho Daisies October (1966) [Single

    40- October 10, 1966 The BEACH BOYS release the "Good Vibrations"

    41- October The CREATION release "Painter Man" Which featured Eddie Phillips playing his electric guitar with a violin bow. He was reputedly the first guitarist to use this technique

    42- October, 1966 The SHADOWS OF KNIGHT release their second LP "Back Door Men

    43- Pink Floyd "Interstellar Overdrive" was first recorded as a demo on 31 October 1966

    44 - October, 1966 "It's A Happening" by Philadelphia band the MAGIC MUSHROOMS released. It reaches the Billboard charts in November.

    45 - Oxford Circle release "Foolish Woman"

    46- October, 1966 The MONOCLES from Colorado release the great "Psychedelic (Where it's at)" 45 on the local Denco label. This may be the first 45 to use the term.

    47- Oct- November 1966 The Jefferson Airplane start recording their second album Surrealistic Pillow

    48- November- Blues Magoos release Psychedelic Lollipop one of the first to have the word “psychedelic” on the sleeve

    49- November, 1966 "Stone Free" is recorded by The Jimi Hendrix Experience

    50- November 1966 The Beatles start recording sessions for Sgt Pepper sessions and their landmark Psych/Prog song "Strawberry Fields Forever".

    51- November 1966 The Byrds start recording "Younger Than Yesterday" which has some overtly influenced psychedelic rock tracks.

    52- November, 1966 The ELECTRIC PRUNES release the "I Had Too Much To Dream" 45

    53- November 1966 PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS release the "Spirit of '67" LP, which contains several tracks with a psychedelic influence.

    54- November 30, 1966 "Psychedelic Sounds" LP by the 13th FLOOR ELEVATORS released

    55- December, 1966 "I Can Take You To The Sun" by the MISUNDERSTOOD released.
  • Greatest Proto-Prog Rock albums

    13 mar 2009, 03:45 av Cabinessence1

    The denomination Proto Prog comes from the combination of two words, Proto from the Greek The earliest,. and Prog which as we know is a short term for Progressive Rock, so as it’s name clearly indicates, refers to the earliest form of Progressive Rock or Progressive Rock in embryonary state.

    These bands normally were formed and released albums before Progressive Rock had completely developed (there are some rare Proto Prog bands from the early 70’s, because the genre didn’t expanded to all the Continents simultaneously

    The common elements in all these bands is that they developed one or more elements of Prog, and even when not completely defined as part of the genre, they are without any doubt, an important stage in the evolution of Progressive Rock.

    Generally, Proto Prog bands are the direct link between Psyche and Prog and for that reason the Psychedelic components are present in the vast majority of them, but being that Progressive Rock was born from the blending of different genres, we have broadened the definition to cover any band that combined some elements of Progressive Rock with other genres prior to 1970.

    1- 1967 THE PIPER AT THE GATES OF DAWN Pink Floyd
    2- 1966 REVOLVER Beatles, The
    3- 1967 THE DOORS Doors, The
    4- 1966 FREAK OUT Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention
    5- 1967 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles
    6- 1968 In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida Iron Butterfly
    7- 1967 Surrealistic Pillow Jefferson Airplane
    8- 1967 Days of Future Passed The Moody Blues
    9- 1969 Deep Purple Deep Purple
    10- 1969 Tommy The Who
    11- 1968 Saucerful Of Secrets Pink Floyd
    12- 1969 Arzachel Arzachel
    13- 1967 Strange Days The Doors
    14- 1968- The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown The Arthur Brown Band
    15- 1969 It's A Beautiful Day It's A Beautiful Day
    16- 1967 Procol Harum Procol Harum
    17- 1967 Vanilla Fudge Vanilla Fudge
    18- 1967 Mr. Fantasy Traffic
    19- 1967 The Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack Nice
    20- 1968 Tomorrow Tomorrow
    21- 1968 Music in a Doll's House Family
    22- 1968 Caravan Caravan
    23-- 1968 The Cheerful Insanity of Giles, Giles and Fripp Giles, Giles and Fripp
    24- 1968 Fairport Convention Fairport Convention
    25- 1968 Shine on Brightly Procol Harum
  • The Greatest Rock Albums of the 1960's

    17 mar 2009, 00:29 av Cabinessence1

    In terms of influence, innovation, recording production, songwriting, and
    overall quality.

    1- Revolver The Beatles 1966
    2- Are you experienced? the Jimi Hendrix Experience '67
    3- Velvet Underground And Nico (1967) Velvet Underground
    4- Highway 61 Revisited (1965) - Bob Dylan
    5- The Doors (1967) - The Doors
    6- Sgt Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band- The Beatles 1967
    7- Led Zeppelin II Led Zeppelin ('69)
    8- Let it Bleed the Rolling Stones ('69)
    9- Pet Sounds- The Beach Boys (1966)
    10- Green river Creedence Clearwater Revival ('69)
    11- Tommy the Who ('69)
    12- Live At The Apollo (1962) - James Brown
    13- In The Court Of The Crimson King (1969) - King Crimson
    14- Surrealistic Pillow (1967) - Jefferson Airplane
    15- Odessey And Oricle (1968) - The Zombies
    16- S.F. Sorrow (1967) - Pretty Things
    17- Mr. Tambourine Man (1965) - The Byrds
    18- Days Of Future Passed (1967) - Moody Blues
    19- Anthem Of The Sun (1968) - The Grateful Dead
    20- Aftermath (1966) - The Rolling Stones
    21- Abbey Road (1969) - The Beatles
    22- Electric Ladyland (1968) - Jimi Hendrix Experience
    23- Led Zeppelin I (1969) - Led Zeppelin
    24- Blonde On Blonde (1966) - Bob Dylan
    25- Trout Mask Replica- Captain Beefhart 1969
    26- A Quick One (Happy Jack) (1966) - The Who
    27- Santana (1969) - Santana
    28- Bookends (1968) - Simon and Garfunkel
    29- The Dock Of The Bay (1968) - Otis Redding
    30- The Allman Brothers Band (1969) - Allman Brothers Band
    31- The Stooges- The Stooges (1969)
    32- Kick Out the Jams- MC5 (1969)
    33- Piper At The Gates Of Dawn (1967) - Pink Floyd
    34- Wheels Of Fire (1968) - Cream
    35- Forever Changes (1967) - Love
    36- In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida (1968) - Iron Butterfly
    37- We're Only In It For The Money (1968) - Frank Zappa And The Mothers Of Invention
    38- Fresh Cream (1966) - Cream
    39- Truth (1968) - Jeff Beck
    40- Green Onions (1962) - Booker T and the MG's
    41- Stand (1969) - Sly And The Family Stone
    42- The complete recordings Robert Johnson ('61)
    43- The Who Sell Out (1967 - The Who
    44- Rubber Soul (1965) - The Beatles
    45- Bringing It All Back Home (1965) - Bob Dylan
    46- Stand Up (1969) - Jethro Tull
    47- Music From Big Pink (1968) - The Band
    48- John Mayall & Bluesbreakers-w/E. Clapton (1966) - John Mayall/Bluesbreakers
    49- The Band (1969) - The Band
    50- Younger Than Yesterday (1967) - The Byrds
  • Guide to Electronic Music Timeline

    26 feb 2009, 18:05 av RadioheadOasis

    Guide to Electronic Music Timeline and early Sub-Genres

    Musique Concrète (late 40's, 50's)

    Musique concrète is a form of electroacoustic music that utilises acousmatic sound as a compositional resource. It's roughly the oldest form of Electronic Music.

    Pierre Schaeffer - Etude aux Chemins de fer" (1948)

    Tom Dissevelt and Kid Baltan- Song To The Second Moon (1957)

    Edgard Varese - Poeme Electronique (1958)


    Electronic Psychedelic (60's)

    The psychedelic community co-opted the newfound Electronic instruments and keyboards and injected them into the music.

    The Beatles - Tomorrow Never Knows (1966)

    Pink Floyd - Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun (1968)

    Silver Apples - Ruby (1968)



    Minimalism (late 60's to 70's)

    Minimalist music is an originally American genre of experimental or Downtown music named in the 1960s based mostly in consonant harmony, steady pulse (if not immobile drones), stasis and slow transformation, and often reiteration of musical phrases or smaller units such as figures, motifs, and cells.

    Terry Riley - A Rainbow of Curved Air (1969)

    Mike Oldfield -Tubular Bells (1973)

    Philip Glass - Music in Twelve Parts?Parts2 (1974)



    Early Synth / First Synth "Pop" (early 70's)

    While not officially part of any specific sub-genres, early Synth music through the Moog Modular Synthesizer inspired some of the first pop successes in Electronic Classical, Early Synthpop, and Frenchpop. These were some of the first commercial success for Electronic music, especially for Hot Butter which sold nearly a million copies worldwide and was Top 10 in multiple countries.

    Jean-Jacques Perrey - E.V.A. (1970

    Wendy Carlos - Suicide Scherzo (1972)

    Hot Butter - Popcorn (1972)



    Classic) Rock Adds Analog Synths (early 70's)

    While not an Electronica subgenre please keep in mind that analog synths were not just being used by only Electronic musicians but also by Rock Musicians as well. Most of these sounds were very cutting edge for the pop and rock charts

    The Beatles- "I Want You (She's So Heavy) (1969)

    The Who - Baba O'Riley (1971)

    Yes - Roundabout (1971)

    Pink Floyd -On the Run (1973)



    Krautrock / Dusseldorf School (early 70's)

    The Düsseldorf School which included Can, Cluster, Kraftwerk, and Neu! and was the more percussive and rhythm-oriented school. Kraut Rock refers to the legions of German bands of the early '70s that expanded the sonic possibilities of art and progressive rock. Working with early synthesizers and splicing together seemingly unconnected reels of tape, bands like Faust, Can, and Neu created a droning, pulsating sound that owed more to the avant garde than to rock & roll

    Can - Oh Yeah (1971)

    Kraftwerk - Tongebirge (1973

    Neu! - Isi (1975)

    Berlin School / Progressive Electronic (mid 70's)



    In Berlin, former Krautrock bands went even further with electronic experimentation, exploring the possibilities of more robust synthesizer equipment. By the mid-70s the Moog modular synthesizer's sequencing capabilities had been discovered and harnessed for decidedly spacey music called "Berlin School of Electronic Music", or just Berlin School.

    Klaus Schulze - Totem (1975)

    Ashra - Blackouts (1977)




    Ambient (70's)

    Brian Eno is generally credited with coining the term "ambient music" in the mid-1970s to refer to music that, as he stated, can be either "actively listened to with attention or as easily ignored, depending on the choice of the listener", and that exists on the "cusp between melody and texture." Eno used the word "ambient" to describe music that creates an atmosphere that puts the listener into a different state of mind; having chosen the word based on the Latin term "ambire", "to surround". Of course ambient existed before Eno.

    Popol Vuh - Vuh (1971)

    Vangelis -Creation Du Monde from L'apocalypse des Animaux (1973

    Brian Eno Ambient 1: Music for Airports (1977



    Disco (Electronic) (70's)

    Disco marked the dawn of the modern era of dance-based popular music. Growing out of the increasingly groove-oriented sound of early '70s and funk, disco emphasized the beat above anything else, even the singer and the song. Disco was named after discotheques, clubs that played nothing but music for dancing

    Donna Summer - I Feel Love (1977)

    Giorgio Moroder - From Here to Eternity (1977)

    Sylvester - You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) (1978)



    Synthpop (Late 70's to Early 80's)

    Synthpop is a subgenre of New Wave and pop music in which the synthesizer is the dominant musical instrument. It is most closely associated with the era between the late 1970s and early to middle 1980s, although it has continued to exist and develop ever since. Kraftwerk (from Germany) and Gary Numan and The Human League (from England) are often hailed as the pioneers of the style

    Kraftwerk - The Model (1978)

    Gary Numan - Cars (1979

    Human League - Don't You Want Me (1981

    New Order - Blue Monday (1983)
  • Greatest Experimental Rock Songs

    1 apr 2009, 17:25 av RadioheadOasis

    This is just a list of early Experimental Rock Songs from the mid to late 60's. Progressive Rock, Psychedelic rock, electronic, musique concrete, jazz fusion, and World Music influences are the basis of the list. It's no order.

    King Crimson- In The Court Of The Crimson King-King Crimson-
    King Crimson- Epitaph-King Crimson
    King Crimson- 21st Century Schizoid Man
    King Crimson- Talk to the Wind
    Jimi Hendrix Experience- Voodoo Chile-
    Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced
    Jimi Hendrix Experience- Third Stone From The Sun
    Jimi Hendrix Experience- And The Gods Made Love
    Frank Zappa- Who Are the Brain Police
    Frank Zappa- The Return of the Son of Monster Magnet
    Frank Zappa- Brown Shoes Don’t Make It
    Frank Zappa - Peaches En Regalia
    The Who- The Ox
    The Who- Quick one while he's away
    The Who- Armenia in the Sky
    The Nice - The Diamond Hard Blue Apples Of The Moon
    The Nice - America 1968
    The Nice- Rondo
    The Byrds “Eight Miles High”
    The Byrds "Mind Garden"
    The Silver Apples- Oscillations
    The Silver Apples - Ruby
    The Silver Apples - Seagreen Serenades
    The Beach Boys- Good Vibrations
    GENESIS - In the Beginning
    GENESIS - The Serpent
    The Beatles- Tomorrow Never Knows”
    The Beatles - A Day in the Life”
    The Beatles- Within You Without You
    The Beatles- Revolution 9
    The Yardbirds- Still Im Sad”
    The Yardbirds- Over Under Sideways Down
    Pink Floyd- A Saucerful of Secrets
    Pink Floyd- Interstellar Overdrive
    Pink Floyd- Astromony Domine
    Pink Floyd- Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
    Pink Floyd- Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict
    The Rolling Stones- Gomper
    The Rolling Stones- 2,000 Light Years From Home
    Giles, Giles & Fripp - Make it today
    The Velvet Underground- Heroin
    The Velvet Underground- Venus In Furs
    The Velvet Underground- Sister Ray
    Soft Machine- Moon In June
    Soft Machine- Joy of a Toy
    Soft Machine - Hibou, Anemone & Bear
    Steve Miller Band- The Beauty of Time Is That It's Snowing
    The Monks - Shut Up
    Renaissance - Kings and Queens
    Colosseum - Valentyne Suite part 1
    The Doors- The End
    The Doors- Strange Days
    The Doors- Crystal Ship
    PROCOL HARUM- In Held 'Twas in I
    Van Der Graaf Generator- Octopus
    Van Der Graaf Generator- Afterwards
    Red Crayola Hurricane- Fighter Plane
    Red Crayola- Free Form Freakout
    Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band- When Big Joan Sets Up
    Jethro Tull- Dharma for One
    Jethro Tull-"Bourée" (J. S. Bach arr. Jethro Tull
    Tangerine Dream- Journey Through a Burning Brain
    Tangerine Dream - Genesis
    The Quintessence - Midnight Mode
    Spirit- Mechanical World –
    Spirit- Taurus
    H.P. Lovecraft- At The Mountains of Madness
    H.P. Lovecraft- Electrallentando
    Tomorrow- My White Bicycle
    Traffic- Paper Sun
    Country Joe & The Fish- Section 43
    The Incredible String Band- Creation
    The Incredible String Band - The Iron Stone
    The United States of America- Cloud Song
    The United States of America - The Garden of Earthly Delights
    Electric Prunes- 'To Much To Dream Last Night'
    The Moody Blues- Nights in White Satan
    The Moody Blues- Om
    Donovan- Three Kingfishers
    Paul Butterfield Blue Band- East-west"
    The Pretty Things- "Defecting Grey
    Jefferson Airplane- Two Heads"
    Jefferson Airplane- Embryonic Journey
    Jefferson Airplane- A Small Package of Value Will Come to You, Shortly
    It's a Beautiful Day- White Bird"
    Jeff Beck- Beck’ s Bolero
    Led Zeppelin- Black Mountain Side
    Led Zeppelin- How Many More Times
    Cream- Toad
    Cream- White Room
    High Tide - Death Warmed Up
    Os Mutantes - Dia 36
    Les Yper Sound - Psyche Rock
    SAGITTARIUS-VIRGO
    The Fourth Way - The far side of your moon
    Arzachel - Leg
    East of Eden - Northern Hemisphere
    Xhol Caravan - All Green
    The Family - The Chase
    The Electric Tomorrow- Sugarcube
    Ceyleib People – Changes
    Status Quo- Technicolour Dreams
    White Noise - Love Without Sound
    High Tide - Death Warmed Up
  • Progressive Rock Timeline

    6 apr 2009, 19:04 av RadioheadOasis

    An early Progressive Rock Timeline

    1- Frank Zappa

    Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention - Absolutely Free (USA) (1967

    2- The Beatles

    The Beatles - Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)

    3- Procol Harum

    Procol Harum - Procol Harum (England) (1967)

    4- Pink Floyd

    Pink Floyd - The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (England) (1967

    5- The Moody Blues

    The Moody Blues - Days of Future Passed (England) (1967)

    6- The Nice

    The Nice - The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack (England) (1967)

    7- Traffic

    Traffic- Mr Fantasy England 1967

    8- Tomorrow

    Tomorrow- Tomorrow

    9- Frank Zappa

    Frank Zappa - Lumpy Gravy (USA) (1967

    10- Pink Floyd

    Pink Floyd - A Saucerful of Secrets (England) 1968

    11- Family

    Family - Music In A Doll's House (England)

    12- Arthur Brown

    Arthur Brown- Crazy World of Arthur Brown 1968 (England)

    13- Giles, Giles and Fripp

    Giles, Giles and Fripp - Giles, Giles and Fripp (England) 1968

    14- Caravan

    Caravan - Caravan (England) 1968

    15- Jethro Tull

    Jethro Tull - This Was (England) 1968

    16- The Nice

    The Nice - Ars Longa Vita Brevis (England) 1968

    17- The Soft Machine

    Soft Machine - Volume One (England) 1968

    18- The Moody Blues

    Moody Blues - In Search of the Lost Chord (England) 1968

    19- The Pretty Things

    Pretty Things - S.F. Sorrow (England) 1968

    20- Procol Harum

    Procol Harum- Shine on Brightly 1968 (England)

    21- Frank Zappa

    Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention - We're Only In It For The Money (USA) 1968

    22- Colosseum

    Colosseum- Those Who Are About To Die Salute You (England) 1969

    23- The Who

    The Who- Tommy (England) 1969

    24- The Moody Blues

    Moody Blues - On the Threshold of a Dream (England) 1969

    25- The Soft Machine

    Soft Machine - Volume Two (England) 1969

    26- Touch

    Touch - Touch (USA) 1969

    27- Yes

    Yes- Yes (1969) England

    28- The Nice

    The Nice - The Nice (England) 1969

    29- The Beatles

    The Beatles- Abbey Road (England) 1969

    30- Van der Graaf Generator

    Van der Graaf Generator - The Aerosol Grey Machine (England, although original album was released only in USA)) 1969

    31- King Crimson

    King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King (England) 1969

    32- Renaissance

    Renaissance - Renaissance (England) 1969

    33- Jethro Tull

    Jethro Tull - Stand Up (England) 1969

    34- The Moody Blues

    Moody Blues - To Our Children's Children's Children (England)

    35- East of Eden

    East of Eden - Mercator Projected (England)

    36- Pink Floyd

    Pink Floyd- Ummagumma 1969 (England)

    37- Wigwam

    Wigwam - Hard 'n' Horny (Finland) 1969

    38- High Tide

    High Tide – Sea Shanties 1969

    39- Frank Zappa

    Frank Zappa - Hot Rats (USA) 1969

    40- Tangerine Dream

    Tangerine Dream- ELECTRONIC MEDITATION recorded in late 1969 (Germany