Nothing new here, we all knew the Beatles blew their own minds. It happened shortly after they met Bob Dylan in 64. We'll check out their 1966 work, two albums actually. Rubber Soul and Revolver. Were the Beatles slightly altered, you bet. These two albums seal the deal. Highly creative stuff here. Early Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett will explore women's lingere, Jimi Hendrix will get all cosmic on us, and the Jeff Beck group will get down. C.S.N will remember this anniversary date of Robert Kennedy's assasination...42 years ago. One of rock's first supergroups will cover a Buddy Holly song, and Cream will take us on a journey through a psychedelic haze of ancient mythology. The Stones will take it to the streets and the Who will sell out, but in a good way. Birthday's this week included Big Brother's Bassist, Peter Albin, and we'll remember a couple of great musicians that played with the Byrds. Clarence White and Michael Clark. All in all, a pretty good trip this Saturday. Keep feeding each other. We must be in paradise man!
Syd Barrett and his friend Arnold Layne.
Robert Kennedy r.i.p. We remember you this week.