It's Completely Hypnotic

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We’re thrilled to finally have our friend Anders Alexander with us on the show. Anders is a record collector and dealer from Southern Sweden (now living in Stockholm) who’s been hunting records since the 80s. Nowadays he sells records under the name Vinylkatten at record fairs and in his own pop-up record store. For the show, he brought an eclectic mix of records, ranging from under-the-radar gems and dollar-bin alerts to psych grails, and we promise and episode filled with psychedelic saxophones, cocaine flutes (Anders favorite instrument), troglodyte rock and hypnotic vibes.

For more of Anders records check out his instagram @dailypsychvinyl

Bob Seger System (Capitol, 1968)
-Death Row
Adam (Mala, 1966)
-Eve
The Facedancers-s/t (Paramount, 1972)   
-Dreamer’s Lullabye
Baris Manco (Türküola, 1972)   
-Ölum Allahin Emri
Wizz Jones-Right On (CBS, 1972)   
-One Grain of Sand
Amazing Friendly Apple (Decca, 1969)   
-Magician
Joseph-Stoned Age Man (Scepter, 1970)
-I Ain’t Fattenin’ No More Frogs For Snakes
The Electric Toilet-In the Hands of Karma (Nasco, 1970)
-Within Your State of Mind

Interview with Lance Barresi

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We’re so glad to have Lance Barresi of Permanent Records joining the show again (click here to listen to our first interview). Last time we spoke was more than a year ago and a lot has happen since. In this episode we focus on the newly released “Sixth Trip” of the Brown Acid Compilation Series and we listen to five tracks from this volume. Lance also gives us a first listen to a track for the “Seventh Trip”, which will be out on Halloween this year. We also listen to Spiny Norman - a band featured on the second Brown Acid volume but which a full length album of unreleased material was released by RidingEasy Records earlier this year. Besides that we also discuss record collecting in general and the future of vinyl. 

Truth & Janey (Sound Communications, 1972)
-Midnight Horseman
West Minist’r (Magic Records, 1971)
-My Life
Flight (Blecman Records, 1974)
-Luvin’, Huggin’, and More
Purgatory (Not on Label, 1970)
-Polar Expedition
Zendik (Pslhrtz, 1970)
-Is There No Peace
Summit (North Room Records, 1969)
-The Darkness
Spiny Normen (RidingEasy Record, 2018)
-Bell Park Loon
 

Interview with Reine Fiske

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Reine Fiske is well-known as a musician in various bands and musical constellations, most notable as the guitarist of Dungen, Träden and The Amazing. Besides his own musicianship, Reine has long been a devoted record collector with an impressive collection of experimental, psychedelic and progressive music. In this episode, he plays some incredible rare and extraordinary records for us, such as Christian Yoga Church, one of finest psychedelic commune recordings ever made, as well as an acetate copy of Mandrake Memorial’s Medium with a different mix on several of the songs. Reine has also been involved in several reissue projects, including the 3 LP box-set of Pärson Sound, the band that later evolved into Träd, gräs och stenar. Here we listen to their composition Tio Minuter (Ten Minutes), which was originally recorded for Swedish radio in 1967. We also listen to the “dark and epic” music of Jake Holmes and Radiomöbel as well as some fine Turkish psychedelic folk by Ersen. With that said, we hope you’ll enjoy this show as much as we do!

Ersen (Şahinler, 1972)
-Kozan Dağı
Jake Holmes – Letter To Katherine December (Tower, 1968)
-Leaves Never Break
Christian Yoga Church – Turn On!! Music For the Hip At Heart (Memorare, 1967)
-Excerpt from side 1
Mandrake Memorial-Medium (Poppy, 1968, acetate copy)
-Smokescreen (with a different mix)
Radiomöbel – Tramseböx (Chockskivor, 1975)
-Hav
Pärson Sound – s/t (Subliminal Sounds, 2001)
-Tio Minuter