Top Ten Albums to get high to.

Gary Shaw posted:

I once took a ride on Timothy Leary's plane to accompaniment of Trout Mask Replica. Never again!

I must admit I quite liked doing that kind of "acid test" - as well as Trout Mask I would sometimes put on The Mothers of Invention " We're Only in it for the Money". If you could handle "What's the Ugliest Part of Your Body?" when peaking you were in pretty good shape! 

I'm far too young, but I'm told that Tangerine Dream's Phaedra (1974) and Rubicon (1975) were often the discerning stoner's choice for chemically enhanced listening back in the day. I've only enjoyed them in a legal frame of mind, but I can see how it would work.

Mark

I had the Peter Gabriel Car album didn't play it much, but in a sunny beach town Saturday put it on and realized its potential as being in a Carnival.  My plants in the back yard were really beautiful and breathing.....

Never again was my mantra after that.

Pev posted:
Gary Shaw posted:

I once took a ride on Timothy Leary's plane to accompaniment of Trout Mask Replica. Never again!

I must admit I quite liked doing that kind of "acid test" - as well as Trout Mask I would sometimes put on The Mothers of Invention " We're Only in it for the Money". If you could handle "What's the Ugliest Part of Your Body?" when peaking you were in pretty good shape! 

If I remember correctly, my flat-mate went off into another room to cleanse with Mississippi John Hurt, while I donned the headphones for Electric Ladyland - and that I'll never forget for all the right reasons. 

Everything pretty much  Even Katy Perry would be either a genius or a government mass hypnotism conspiracy when you're high enough. Harpsichord and Gregorian Chants used to trance me out. In addition to some of those already mentioned, I think readily of Hendrix, Santana, Zappa, Allman Brothers, Beck, Radiohead, Parliament and of course, the Doobie Brothers. Even early Sabbath is fascinating high - Black Sabbath or Vol 4 maybe?

 

 

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