Psychedelic music comes in a wide variety of styles and genres. In the 1960s, this included psychedelic rock, acid rock, and psychedelic pop. As it moved into the 1970s and later, there have been psychedelic funk, neo-psychedelia, psychedelic hip hip, and various electronic music manifestations. Psychedelic music, it can be argued, also sparked progressive rock and heavy metal. Anyway, these tunes came out of a subculture of those turning on, tuning in, and dropping out — or dropping psychedelic and hallucinatory drugs. The music claimed (sometimes) to enhance the experience. Here’s a small sampling.
Pass the Paisley has a number of playlists. Here are few might want to hear: “Pass the Paisley Playlist for 1966,” “Pass the Paisley British Invasion Playlist Vol 1,” and “Pass the Paisley War in Song Playlist Vol 1.”
Check Out The Groove Pad for More 1960s Music
The Pass the Paisley Groove Pad is a resting stop, a place to chill out and listen to the featured song on the stereo. If the mood strikes you, click on the juke box to access and listen to the 50+ free online songs there. The TV has several channels, with selections updated twice a week. Every now and then, Pass the Paisley hosts an all-request of 1960s and 1970s songs for a Be-In at the juke box in the Groove Pad. Keep on truckin’.