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Electric Music for the Mind and Body

Electric Music for the Mind and Body
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Description: Electric Music For The Mind And Body, Country Joe and the Fish's debut album, was one of the first psychedelic albums to come out of San Francisco Tracks from the LP, especially "Section 43", "Grace", and "Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine" were played on progressive FM rock stations like KSAN and KMPX in San Francisco, often back-to-back. A famous version of the song "Love" was performed at the 1969 Woodstock Festival. ... (more)
Manufacturer: Vanguard Records
Release date: 25 October 1967
EAN: 0015707924429 UPC: 015707924429
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50 Essential Albums of 1967 (50 music items)

"At first, Country Joe and the Fish were indie rockers. Three tracks on this trip-music classic, including the stoner's hymn "Bass Strings" and the drifting instrumental "Section 43," were initially cut by the Berkeley band for a 1966 EP on singer-songwriter Joe McDonald's agitprop label, Rag Baby. He started the Fish as a protest jug band (the name combines nods to Joseph Stalin and Mao Tsetung) but here temporarily kept his left-wing zest in check. Flanked by the electric organ of David Cohen a"

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