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Incense and Peppermints - Strawberry Alarm Clock (Original Post) SouthernDem4ever Jul 2023 OP
Featuring future Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Ed King Zambero Jul 2023 #1
Incest and Peppermints rsdsharp Jul 2023 #2
It's Pretty Much The Height Of Psychedelic Music ProfessorGAC Jul 2023 #3
They were lipsyncing to the studio recording SouthernDem4ever Jul 2023 #4
No Doubt ProfessorGAC Jul 2023 #5
Same here. SouthernDem4ever Jul 2023 #6

Zambero

(9,041 posts)
1. Featuring future Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Ed King
Sun Jul 23, 2023, 09:51 PM
Jul 2023

Quite a musical transformation from psychedelic pop to southern rock.

ProfessorGAC

(66,631 posts)
3. It's Pretty Much The Height Of Psychedelic Music
Mon Jul 24, 2023, 05:56 PM
Jul 2023

Last edited Mon Jul 24, 2023, 06:37 PM - Edit history (1)

It's got every element!
The cheesy organ, the fuzzy guitar, the 12 string guitar, the pulsing cowbell (which be barely touches in this video), the "ooohs" in the background, the "LaLas" at the end, with everything drenched in reverb.
Can't get much more psychedelic.

SouthernDem4ever

(6,618 posts)
4. They were lipsyncing to the studio recording
Mon Jul 24, 2023, 08:03 PM
Jul 2023

LOL that's how the cowbell played itself for most of the video.

ProfessorGAC

(66,631 posts)
5. No Doubt
Mon Jul 24, 2023, 08:15 PM
Jul 2023

None of the instruments is plugged in.
There's not even a power cable on the Farfisa. And, there's no mic on the acoustic guitar. Piezo pickups for acoustic weren't marketed until the 70s. (Ovation & Takamine were the pioneers.)
I see this a lot on these old videos.

SouthernDem4ever

(6,618 posts)
6. Same here.
Mon Jul 24, 2023, 09:07 PM
Jul 2023

I purposely chose that video for the picture of what they looked like back then. Also, you can't beat the studio sound version

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