Pyschedelic Music

  • Start of Pyschedelic music

    Start of Pyschedelic music
    Pyschedelic music came around in the mid-60's about the same time LSD became popular. Many artists used LSD as an inspiration for their music. The creater Albert Hoffman is shown left.
  • Pyschedelic Folk

    Pyschedelic Folk
    Pyschedelic folk music was the first of pyschedelic period. Psychedelic music spread rapidly in the beat folk scenes of both the east and west coast of the mid-1960s. San Francisco produced bands such as Kaleidoscope, It's a Beautiful Day, Peanut Butter Conspiracy and H. P. Lovecraft
  • First musical use of ''Pyschedelic"

    First musical use of ''Pyschedelic"
    It's thought to have been used first by the New York-based folk group The Holy Modal Rounders on their version of Lead Belly's 'Hesitation Blues' in 1964.
  • Beatles

    The Beatles influence many of the major elements of pyschedelic sound to the mainstream audiences in the mid-60's. Their most influential song was "I Feel Fine" in 1964.
  • Followers of Folk

    Followers of Folk
    Most bands, from the folk rock era, folled the Byrds to the pyschedelic folk era.
  • LSD declared Illegal

    LSD declared Illegal
    Decline of LSD was the start of the decline in pyschedelic rock. Most bands, like the Beatles, used other inspirations like the Charles Manson Massacre for "Helter Skelter." Jimi Hendrix and Cream broke up.
  • U.K, underground

    U.K, underground
    U.K. underground scene in located mainly in North London became the hang out spot for pyschedelic rock. THey supported Pink Flyod, Traffic, and Soft Machine.
  • Jimi Hendrix Expirence

    Jimi Hendrix Expirence
    Debuts of blues rock bands Cream and The Jimi Hendrix Experience, whose extended guitar-heavy jams became a key feature of psychedelia.
  • flower power

    flower power
    Folk artists who were particularly significant included the Scottish performers Donovan, who combined influences of American artists like Bob Dylan with references to flower power, and the Incredible String Band, who from 1967 incorporated a range of influences into their acoustic based music, including medieval and eastern instruments.
  • Definete statements

    Definete statements
    The Beatles release their definete pyschedelic statement in "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" and their controversal track "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds: In the Same year Rolling Stones release, Their Satanic Majesties Request. Pink Flyod's best pyschedelic work, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, was also release.
  • Woodstock

    Woodstock presents a lot of pyschedelic acts, like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Sanata, and plenty more.
  • Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin death

    Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin death
    Jimi Hendrix died shortly after recording "Band of Gyspsies" on Sept. 1970. Shortly after his death Janis Joplin died of Heroin overdose in October 1970.
  • Pyschedelic turns progressive

    Pyschedelic turns progressive
    British pyschedelic rockers turned to a new progressive rock. Some bands were Pink Flyod, Soft Machine, and some members of Yes.
  • Rave music

    pychedelic rock turned into progessive rock or rave music. Rave was a new form of electronic music mixed with pyschedelic..
  • New Rave

    New Rave
    New rave started in Brtian. it's a mix of indie rock and dance-punk dubbed new rave in publicity for The Klaxons and new term was picked up and applied by NME to a number of bands, Trash Fashion, New Young Pony Club, Hadouken!, Late of the Pier, Test Iciclesm and Shitdiso. Simular to rave but with an add of visual effects. Glow sticks and neon shirts became popular