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1 Acid Rock Tape 11

2 Music Log Format Title Title Year Year Artist/group Artist/group Style Style 1 or 2 facts 1 or 2 facts

3 A Piece Of My Heart (1968) Big Brother & the Holding Company Original version by Aretha Franklin's older sister Erma in 1967 was a top 10 R&B hit. Original version by Aretha Franklin's older sister Erma in 1967 was a top 10 R&B hit. Aretha FranklinErma1967R&B Aretha FranklinErma1967R&B The song became more popular with Big Brother and lead singer Janis Joplin. The song became more popular with Big Brother and lead singer Janis Joplin. Big BrotherJanis Joplin Big BrotherJanis Joplin

4 My Baby Big Brother & the Holding Company 1968 – Cheap Thrills album Band formed in San Francisco in 1965 as part of the psychedelic music scene that also produced the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane. Band formed in San Francisco in 1965 as part of the psychedelic music scene that also produced the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane. San Francisco 1965psychedelic Grateful Dead Jefferson Airplane San Francisco 1965psychedelic Grateful Dead Jefferson Airplane

5 Me and Bobby McGee Janis Joplin 1971 Me and Bobby McGee Janis Joplin 1971 Pearl album Pearl album This was released after Joplin died of a heroin overdose. Her death gave the album a lot of attention, and Pearl went to #1. This was released after Joplin died of a heroin overdose. Her death gave the album a lot of attention, and Pearl went to #1. This was Joplin's only top 10 hit. This was Joplin's only top 10 hit. written by Kris Kristofferson, who wrote hundreds of songs for many artists. He and Joplin had a brief affair written by Kris Kristofferson, who wrote hundreds of songs for many artists. He and Joplin had a brief affair

6 Mona 1968 Quicksilver Messenger Service one of Bay Areas original psychedelic bands of the late 60s. one of Bay Areas original psychedelic bands of the late 60s. psychedelic Popular around the Bay Area but did not reach national popularity achieved by their Bay Area contemporaries, Jefferson Airplane, and Grateful Dead. Popular around the Bay Area but did not reach national popularity achieved by their Bay Area contemporaries, Jefferson Airplane, and Grateful Dead. Bay Area Jefferson AirplaneGrateful Dead Bay Area Jefferson AirplaneGrateful Dead

7 Hey Grandma Moby Grape 1967 From 1st album titled Moby Grape From 1st album titled Moby Grape American roots rock and psychedelic rock American roots rock and psychedelic rock Americanroots rockpsychedelic rock Americanroots rockpsychedelic rock Moby Grape was known for having all five members contribute to singing and songwriting. Moby Grape was known for having all five members contribute to singing and songwriting.

8 Mr. Blues also on Moby Grape album 1967 They collectively merged elements of jazz, country, and blues together with rock. They collectively merged elements of jazz, country, and blues together with rock. jazz country blues jazz country blues

9 Fall On You also on Moby Grape album 1967 Considered by many critics to be the best San Francisco music scene rock band in the late 60s. Considered by many critics to be the best San Francisco music scene rock band in the late 60s. Typical psychedelic style concert poster art. Typical psychedelic style concert poster art.

10 Cumberland Blues Grateful Dead (1970) From album #5 Workingmans Dead From album #5 Workingmans Dead Group formed 1965 in San Francisco. Group formed 1965 in San Francisco. unique & eclectic style - fuses elements of rock, folk music, bluegrass, blues, country, jazz, acid, and gospel. unique & eclectic style - fuses elements of rock, folk music, bluegrass, blues, country, jazz, acid, and gospel. Known for live performances with long sections of musical improvisation. Known for live performances with long sections of musical improvisation.

11 Jerry Garcia - guitars, vocals, songwriter, pedal steel Jerry Garcia - guitars, vocals, songwriter, pedal steel Jerry Garcia Jerry Garcia Bob Weir - guitars, vocals Bob Weir - guitars, vocals Bob Weir Bob Weir Ron "Pigpen" McKernan - keyboards, vocals Ron "Pigpen" McKernan - keyboards, vocals Ron "Pigpen" McKernan Ron "Pigpen" McKernan Phil Lesh - basses, vocals Phil Lesh - basses, vocals Phil Lesh Phil Lesh Bill Kreutzmann - percussion Bill Kreutzmann - percussion Bill Kreutzmann Bill Kreutzmann Mickey Hart - percussion, engineer, mixing, sound design, stereo mix producer, surround sound Mickey Hart - percussion, engineer, mixing, sound design, stereo mix producer, surround sound Mickey Hart Mickey Hart

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13 Brown-Eyed Woman Grateful Dead 1972 Europe 72 live triple album from their Spring 1972 tour of Western Europe Europe 72 live triple album from their Spring 1972 tour of Western Europelivetriple albumWestern Europelivetriple albumWestern Europe The Grateful Dead's fans, some of whom followed the band from concert to concert for years, were known as Deadheads and were renowned for their dedication to the band's music. The Grateful Dead's fans, some of whom followed the band from concert to concert for years, were known as Deadheads and were renowned for their dedication to the band's music. Many followers referred to the band simply as Many followers referred to the band simply as The Dead. The Dead.

14 1- Grateful Dead 1967

15 #2 – Anthem of the Sun 1968

16 #3 Aoxomoxoa The title of the album is a palindrome The title of the album is a palindrome pronounced "OX-OH- MOX-OH- AH". pronounced "OX-OH- MOX-OH- AH".

17 #4 - Live/Dead first official live album first official live album It was recorded over a series of live concerts in early 1969 It was recorded over a series of live concerts in early 1969

18 #6 –American Beauty 1970 Named for the variety of rose on the cover. Named for the variety of rose on the cover. Roses became iconic to The Dead cover art Roses became iconic to The Dead cover art

19 #7 – Grateful Dead 1971 Also known as Skull & Roses, Grateful Dead is a live double album. Also known as Skull & Roses, Grateful Dead is a live double album. The album's cover art is taken from an illustration in an old edition of the. The album's cover art is taken from an illustration in an old edition of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

20 Rubaiyat Poster art

21 Tapers - Dead Concerts The Grateful Dead allowed their fans to tape their shows like several other bands during the time. The Grateful Dead allowed their fans to tape their shows like several other bands during the time. The band allowed sharing of tapes of their shows, as long as no profits were made on the sale of their show tapes. The band allowed sharing of tapes of their shows, as long as no profits were made on the sale of their show tapes. profits For many years the tapers set up their microphones wherever they could. Naturally the best sound was in front of the sound board. The eventual forest of microphones became a problem for the official sound crew. For many years the tapers set up their microphones wherever they could. Naturally the best sound was in front of the sound board. The eventual forest of microphones became a problem for the official sound crew. Eventually this was solved by having a dedicated taping section located behind the soundboard, which required a special "tapers" ticket. Eventually this was solved by having a dedicated taping section located behind the soundboard, which required a special "tapers" ticket. Certain, more daring tapers opted to disregard the official taping section by recording the show from in Front of the Soundboard (known as "FOB" tapers). These recordings are typically regarded as higher quality, because of the microphones' closer proximity to the sound source. (This is infinitely debatable) Still, these FOB tapes are in large demand by tape collectors. Certain, more daring tapers opted to disregard the official taping section by recording the show from in Front of the Soundboard (known as "FOB" tapers). These recordings are typically regarded as higher quality, because of the microphones' closer proximity to the sound source. (This is infinitely debatable) Still, these FOB tapes are in large demand by tape collectors. FOB tapers would often be found by security personnel and either moved back to the regular taping section, or ejected from the venue. FOB tapers would often be found by security personnel and either moved back to the regular taping section, or ejected from the venue.

22 Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine Country Joe & the Fish 1967 Protest Rock Protest Rock Psychedelic PsychedelicRockCountry Joe McDonald

23 Janis Country Joe & the Fish band known for musical protests against the Vietnam War, from band known for musical protests against the Vietnam War, from Vietnam War Vietnam War

24 Rock & Soul Music, Part I Co- founded by Co- founded by lead singer "Country" Joe McDonald lead singer "Country" Joe McDonald "Country" Joe McDonald "Country" Joe McDonald and lead guitarist Barry "The Fish" Melton. and lead guitarist Barry "The Fish" Melton. Barry "The Fish" Melton Barry "The Fish" Melton

25 Rock & Soul Music, Part II Country Joe the Fish They played Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 and They played Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 and Monterey Pop Festival Monterey Pop Festival Woodstock Festival in 1969 Woodstock Festival in 1969 Woodstock Festival Woodstock Festival They also appeared in the George Lucas film More American Graffiti. They also appeared in the George Lucas film More American Graffiti.George LucasMore American GraffitiGeorge LucasMore American Graffiti

26 I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-to-Die Rag Their biggest hit Their biggest hit An anti-war song which debuted the same year of the band 66 An anti-war song which debuted the same year of the band 66 but became best known after Country Joe's solo acoustic performance of it at Woodstock but became best known after Country Joe's solo acoustic performance of it at WoodstockWoodstock

27 Manic Depression Jimi Hendrix

28 JIMI HENDRIX NOTES Hendrix is recognized as one of the greatest and most influential guitarists in rock music history. Hendrix is recognized as one of the greatest and most influential guitarists in rock music history. After initial success in England, he achieved worldwide fame following his 1967 performance at the Monterey Pop Festival. After initial success in England, he achieved worldwide fame following his 1967 performance at the Monterey Pop Festival.Monterey Pop FestivalMonterey Pop Festival Later, Hendrix headlined the iconic 1969 Woodstock Festival before his death in 1970, at the age of 27. Later, Hendrix headlined the iconic 1969 Woodstock Festival before his death in 1970, at the age of 27. Woodstock Festival Woodstock Festival

29 HENDRIX GUITAR INNOVATION A self-taught musician, Hendrix played a Fender Stratocaster guitar turned upside down ("left-handed") and restrung to suit him. Hendrix pioneered the technique of guitar feedback with overdriven amplifiers, incorporating what was previously an undesirable sound into his music. He built upon the innovations and influences of blues stylists such as B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Albert King, and T-Bone Walker, and derived style from rhythm and blues and soul guitarists Curtis Mayfield, Steve Cropper, and Cornell Dupree, as well as from traditional jazz. Part of Hendrix's flamboyant stage persona may have been inspired by rock pioneer Little Richard, with whom he toured as part of Richard's back-up band, "The Upsetters". A self-taught musician, Hendrix played a Fender Stratocaster guitar turned upside down ("left-handed") and restrung to suit him. Hendrix pioneered the technique of guitar feedback with overdriven amplifiers, incorporating what was previously an undesirable sound into his music. He built upon the innovations and influences of blues stylists such as B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Albert King, and T-Bone Walker, and derived style from rhythm and blues and soul guitarists Curtis Mayfield, Steve Cropper, and Cornell Dupree, as well as from traditional jazz. Part of Hendrix's flamboyant stage persona may have been inspired by rock pioneer Little Richard, with whom he toured as part of Richard's back-up band, "The Upsetters".Fender StratocasterfeedbackB.B. KingMuddy WatersAlbert KingT-Bone WalkerCurtis MayfieldSteve CropperCornell DupreeLittle RichardFender StratocasterfeedbackB.B. KingMuddy WatersAlbert KingT-Bone WalkerCurtis MayfieldSteve CropperCornell DupreeLittle Richard Hendrix strove to combine what he called "earth", a blues, jazz, or funk driven rhythm accompaniment, with "space", the high-pitched psychedelic sounds created by his guitar improvisations. As a record producer, Hendrix also broke new ground in using the recording studio as an extension of his musical ideas; he was one of the first to experiment with stereophonic and phasing effects during recording. Hendrix strove to combine what he called "earth", a blues, jazz, or funk driven rhythm accompaniment, with "space", the high-pitched psychedelic sounds created by his guitar improvisations. As a record producer, Hendrix also broke new ground in using the recording studio as an extension of his musical ideas; he was one of the first to experiment with stereophonic and phasing effects during recording.bluesjazzfunkpsychedelicrecord producer stereophonicphasingbluesjazzfunkpsychedelicrecord producer stereophonicphasing

30 Foxy Lady 1967 Jimi Hendrix From 1 st album Are You Experienced From 1 st album Are You Experienced #5 US/#2 UK #5 US/#2 UK

31 UK Album cover version

32 Purple Haze 1967 Jimi Hendrix Are You Experienced album

33 The Wind Cries Mary Jimi Hendrix( Are You Experienced album)

34 All Along the Watchtower Jimi Hendrix 1968 Electric Ladyland album Electric Ladyland album #1 US/ #5 UK #1 US/ #5 UK

35 Let Me Stand Next to Your Fire ?? Jimi Hendrix

36 Are You Experienced Jimi Hendrix Title track from the 1967 album Title track from the 1967 album Also Essential Jimi Hendrix Vol Also Essential Jimi Hendrix Vol

37 Castles Made of Sand Jimi Hendrix 1968 #3 US #3 US

38 Red House Jimi Hendrix 1968 On Smash hits album 1968 On Smash hits album 1968 Also on Are You Experienced album 1967 UK version Also on Are You Experienced album 1967 UK version

39 Hey Joe Jimi Hendrix From album From album Are You Experienced

40 Come Up the Years Jimi Hendrix

41 JIMI TRIVIA At the height of his fame in 1969, Hendrix contributed "If 6 Was 9" to the soundtrack of the counterculture- themed biker film Easy Rider. At the height of his fame in 1969, Hendrix contributed "If 6 Was 9" to the soundtrack of the counterculture- themed biker film Easy Rider.counterculturebikerEasy RidercounterculturebikerEasy Rider Phil Hartman, Ace Frehley, and Ian Lemmy have all worked for Hendrix as roadies at some point in his career. Phil Hartman, Ace Frehley, and Ian Lemmy have all worked for Hendrix as roadies at some point in his career. Phil HartmanAce Frehley Lemmyroadies Phil HartmanAce Frehley Lemmyroadies

42 White Rabbit Jefferson Airplane 1967 #8 single #8 single First performed by composer Grace Slick with her band The Great Society in First performed by composer Grace Slick with her band The Great Society in 1966.Grace SlickThe Great SocietyGrace SlickThe Great Society it details parallels between the hallucinatory effects of LSD and the imagery found in the references to Lewis Carroll's 1865 fantasy Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its 1871 sequel Through the Looking-Glass it details parallels between the hallucinatory effects of LSD and the imagery found in the references to Lewis Carroll's 1865 fantasy Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its 1871 sequel Through the Looking-GlassLSD Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Through the Looking-GlassLSD Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Through the Looking-Glass

43 The white rabbit, the Dormouse, the smoking caterpillar, the changing of ones size due to eating pills or sweets, the chasing of rabbits, the eating of mushrooms to cause your perception to change. The white rabbit, the Dormouse, the smoking caterpillar, the changing of ones size due to eating pills or sweets, the chasing of rabbits, the eating of mushrooms to cause your perception to change.

44 Somebody to Love Jefferson Airplane 1967 #5 hit single #5 hit single From album Surrealistic Pillow From album Surrealistic Pillow Written and performed by Grace Slick with her previous 1960s folk- psychedelic band The Great Society in Written and performed by Grace Slick with her previous 1960s folk- psychedelic band The Great Society in 1966.

45 My Best Friend Jefferson Airplane Also from Surrealistic Pillow album Also from Surrealistic Pillow album

46 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds Jefferson Airplane (Surrealistic Pillow)

47 Plastic Fantastic Lover Jefferson Airplane Surrealistic Pillow album Surrealistic Pillow album

48 Miracles Jefferson Starship 1975 #3 US hit single - the biggest hit single the band had until that point. #3 US hit single - the biggest hit single the band had until that point. It was the best-selling album by any incarnation of Jefferson Airplane and its spin-off groups It was the best-selling album by any incarnation of Jefferson Airplane and its spin-off groups Jefferson Airplane Jefferson Airplane

49 Play On Love Jefferson Starship(1975)_ #49 US hit charts #49 US hit charts

50 Nothings Gonna Stop Us Now 1987 Featured as the theme to the film Mannequin, it hit #1 in the Billboard Hot 100 on April 4, 1987 and reached #1 on the UK Singles Chart for four weeks the following month. At the time, it made Grace Slick the oldest female artist to have a number one single in the United Kingdom Featured as the theme to the film Mannequin, it hit #1 in the Billboard Hot 100 on April 4, 1987 and reached #1 on the UK Singles Chart for four weeks the following month. At the time, it made Grace Slick the oldest female artist to have a number one single in the United Kingdom MannequinBillboard Hot 100April UK Singles Chart Grace Slick MannequinBillboard Hot 100April UK Singles Chart Grace Slick

51 We Built This City Starship #1 US Hit #1 US Hit Now called Starship since being sued ofer use of name Jefferson by former founding band member Paul Kantner. Now called Starship since being sued ofer use of name Jefferson by former founding band member Paul Kantner. Many accused Starship of selling out – forsaking counter culture values with this song. Many accused Starship of selling out – forsaking counter culture values with this song.


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