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Kaleidoscope's second album. It was published in February 1968 by Epic Records…

St. John Green - St. John Green(1968)  Bizarre, hippie type, dramatic style productions, with spoken word passages and tongue-in-cheek lyrics. For the most part, the actual 'music' seems to take a back seat to the rest of the shenanigans. Certainly one of the more unusual releases in the psych genre.  http://youtu.be/2IYjWIFUd_c

St. John Green - St. John Green(1968) Bizarre, hippie type, dramatic style productions, with spoken word passages and tongue-in-cheek lyrics. For the most part, the actual 'music' seems to take a back seat to the rest of the shenanigans. Certainly one of the more unusual releases in the psych genre. http://youtu.be/2IYjWIFUd_c

Genesis - "Foxtrot".  I'm a fan of the Peter Gabriel era of Genesis.  It depresses me that this album isn't recognized more for its awesomeness.  A prog-rock masterpiece - the band at its absolute best. I could listen to "Supper's Ready" every day and "Can-Utility and the Coastliners" is just a flat out great rock song.

Probably the greatest moment in prog-history on Supper's ready (Apocalypse in --> Foxtrot, Genesis 1972

The Crome Syrcus - Love Cycle (1968) Following a series of obscure singles for Northwestern labels, 1968 found the band signed to the ABC affiliated Command label. Teamed with producers Loren Backer, Robert Byrne and Peter Katmins, in terms of musical genres, "Love Cycle" stands as another one of those mid-60s' albums that's been labeled "psych." Unlike some of the competition, beyond the suitably mod cover art, this one actually has some psych touches.

Cover art for psychedelic band Crome Syrcus, released by Command, United States, by S.

Tom Jones's 1965 "A-Tom-Ic Jones" (his second UK album)

Great Welsh record sleeves

The Syd Barrett demented masterpiece.  Listening to the japanese Discovery Box version, which blows everything else away.

Credit: Vic Singh Pink Floyd, cover of their debut album Piper at the Gates of Dawn, 1967

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