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  1. Psychedelic Rock timeline | Timetoast timelines

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    Psychedelic Rock. Timeline created by Sam_Johnson435. In Music. Menu. 1964. 1965. 1966. 1967. 1968.

  2. psychedelic rock era timeline | Timetoast timelines

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    in early 1967 the summer of love started. the psychedelic was rising and more people started to become more into the hippie movement. bands like beatles were releasing songs that were more influenced by the drugs. people were loving it though.

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  4. Guide to the golden age of psychedelic rock – The Observer

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    May 13, 2020 · When people talk about the psychedelic era of the Beach Boys, they often start and end with “Pet Sounds.” The album, released in 1966, is a masterpiece in its use of the studio as an instrument.

  5. Psychedelic Rock timeline - Rate Your Music

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    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. Early April 1966: 18: 18. The Dovers The Dovers from California release "The Third Eye", a 45 that is clearly psychedelic April, 1966

  6. Psychedelic rock | music | Britannica

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    Psychedelic rock, style of rock music popular in the late 1960s that was largely inspired by hallucinogens, or so-called “mind-expanding” drugs such as marijuana and LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide; “acid”), and that reflected drug-induced states through the use of feedback, electronics, and intense volume. Emerging in 1966, psychedelic rock became the soundtrack of the wider cultural exploration of the hippie movement.

  7. A Brief History of Psychedelic Rock Culture ~ Psy Minds

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    Although it started from the United Kingdom and the United States, it has become phenomenal in between 1967 and 1969 with the Summer of Love and Woodstock Rock Festival. The influence of psychedelic rock had created variations such as the Psychedelic pop and psychedelic soul, it had also made possible for the transition of folk music to progressive rock, hard rock and subsequently emerged to heavy metal.

  8. Psychedelic rock - Wikipedia

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    The peak years of psychedelic rock were between 1967 and 1969, with milestone events including the 1967 Summer of Love and the 1969 Woodstock Rock Festival, becoming an international musical movement associated with a widespread counterculture before beginning a decline as changing attitudes, the loss of some key individuals, and a back-to-basics movement led surviving performers to move into new musical areas.

  9. Timeline of Early Psychedelia - Tripod

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    A band called the Psychedelic Rangers including future DOORS drummer John Densmore is formed in Los Angeles. This is the first known instance of a rock'n'roll band referring to themselves as "psychedelic". June 29, 1965. The CHARLATANS make their debut performance at the Red Dog Saloon in Virginia City, Nevada.

  10. History of Psychedelic Music – Mental Itch

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    In the beginning, several rock bands started releasing songs and albums that have psychedelic nature. Which is why soon enough, psychedelic-rock became a popular genre during the 1960s. Artists such as John Lennon, Summer of Love, The Beatles , Pink Floyd , The Beach Boys, The Doors, and The Rolling Stones were just some of the most famous musicians and bands that mixed psychedelia into the rock music.

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