What elements make up a psychedelic song-be it rock, pop or folk, British or American, East or West Coast? 1960s artists didn't categorize the music. They were just pushing the envelope-lyrically, musically, technologically-while ingesting the necessary chemicals. So, differentiating between the authentic, borderline and phony is a largely subjective topic, as revealed in this episode's acid-drenched discussion between Richard, Erik, Allan and Craig. And there's also a brief cameo by Donovan.


The featured tracks include:



  • '2000 Light Years from Home' - The Rolling Stones

  • 'Eight Miles High' - The Byrds

  • 'All Along the Watchtower' - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

  • 'It's All Too Much' - The Beatles

  • 'Psychotic Reaction' - Count Five

  • 'Mind Flowers' - Ultimate Spinach

  • 'Hole in My Shoe' - Traffic

  • 'Pictures of Matchstick Men' - Status Quo

  • 'Magic Potion' - The Open Mind

  • 'Time Has Come Today' - The Chambers Brothers

  • 'Incense and Peppermints' - Strawberry Alarm Clock

  • 'Itchycoo Park' - The Small Faces

  • 'Astronomy Domine' - Pink Floyd

  • 'White Rabbit' - Jefferson Airplane

  • 'I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)' - The Electric Prunes

  • '1983… (A Merman I Should Turn to Be)' - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

  • 'My White Bicycle' - Tomorrow

  • 'A Very Cellular Song' - The Incredible String Band

  • 'Witches Hat' - The Incredible String Band

  • 'Porpoise Song' - The Monkees

  • 'Hurdy Gurdy Man' - Donovan

  • 'Good Vibrations' - The Beach Boys

  • 'Third Stone from the Sun' - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

  • 'The Star Spangled Banner' - Jimi Hendrix