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Pedra Templo Animal
Lula Côrtes, Zé Ramalho
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A Traves del Cristal
Los Macs
02:40
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Dancing Drums
Ananda Shankar
05:22
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Muato Wa N´ Ginjila
Teta Lando
03:45
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Yali Yali / Çayelinden Öteye
Neşe Karaböcek
02:41
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Acid
Ray Barretto
05:07
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Atômico Platônico
Vanusa
03:09
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Sanza tristesse
Francis Bebey
03:45
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Guajira Sicodélica
Los Destellos
03:32
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Egwu Aja
Ofo The Black Company
03:51
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Onsta la Yerbita
Los Destellos
06:16
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Eğri Eğri Doğru Doğru
Barış Manço
03:08
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Sonido Amazonico
Los Mirlos
02:35
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Nga Nga
Ebo Taylor
05:24
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Light My Fire
Ananda Shankar
03:32
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Cambia, Cambia
Los Dug Dug's
03:22
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Sevmek İstiyorum
Erkut Taçkın
02:51
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Preta pretinha
Novos Baianos
06:40
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Crimson & Clover
Aguaturbia
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Colegiala
Los Ilusionistas
03:32
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Amor
Secos & Molhados
02:16
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So i si sa
Super Boiro Band
06:01
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Dara Puspita
01:54
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Saravan Jun Penh Boromey
Thra Kha Band
02:54

Psychedelic Airlines Vol.1

The guide to psychedelic music over the world.

When dealing with psychedelic music – and namely psychedelic rock – we’re often focused on San Francisco, Woodstock, and the myriad of influential bands that helped define the genre. But the breeze of the Summer of Love spread way further than the United States. It spread throughout the world and across all continents. The influence of psychedelic music – and, well, of psychedelics on music – can be felt in other parts of the world, and lasted longer than it did in Europe and in the USA. Not only did Indian spirituality and trance-enhancing music have a strong influence on occidental psych-rock, but they responded to the appropriation of these aspects of their culture by creating new hallucinatory soundscapes.

This movement had many aspects across the globe, meaning rebellion and activism in Latin America during the 60s and 70s while reflecting the political optimism of this period in Africa. From Turkish Anatolian rock to Brazilian tropicália movement, from Francis Bebey’s psychedelic sanza to Peru’s cosmic chicha, we’re going on a kaleidoscopic tour. Sit back and enjoy the trip.

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