lysergic space rock odyssey with psychedelic pop and crazy jams. A
freaky journey via Greece, Brasil, France, Germany, UK & USA. For a
better comprehension of oneself, a strong harmony with nature, a higher
clearness, a sharpening of the senses This mix was made to keep the
curiosity going about the music of one of the most creative period of
music history (1966-1974). The selection has been focused on acid-rock,
when impressively talented mu
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The Dark Cellars were formed in June of 1984 near a graveyard for the mentally insane at positively 13 o'clock (actually it was Newtonville, but doesn't matter now). - from the liner notes.
New England garage/psych band, sharing members with the whole local garage scene (Keene Highland Klan, Hopelessly Obscure, Johnny & The Jumper Cables, Four Commandments and the rest Stanton Park groups). Aram Heller (owner of Stanton Park recs and member of Hopelessly Obscure) is on guitar and keyboards in these recordings, and Bryn Carlson (who played with almost every Boston band in the 80s) is on drums. This LP, released in 1986 on Alien Cactus Records (ACR THORN 001) comes from the deepest six-o psyche and includes some real killers, as the instrumental Revolution #2, which, if doesn't get you on your feet, there's a strong possibillity that you're dead.