(4 For Friday)
* The Rising Storm gives us a gentle reminder about the 1968 self-titled debut album from Quicksilver Messenger Service.
* Perhaps you have heard of them. Here is the Official "The Velvet Underground" Trailer for the documentary coming in October.
* As visitors walk past this piece of artwork, the child becomes old. Awesome and strange.
* The 1968 drugsploitation film..."Psych-Out"....is now streaming on Youtube. It's a pretty clunky story, but it does have its hippie moments. Plus we get to see The Seeds and Strawberry Alarm Clock do their thing. Even Jack Nicholson, in his fictional band, jams a bit. But it's Dean Stockwell and Bruce Dern that really steal the movie. It's all love, drugs, and rock and roll. Also, here is the soundtrack album I picked up last year.
"The Late Show" - Jackson Browne / "Late For The Sky" (1974)
"Everyone I've ever known has wished me well.
Anyway, that's how it seems, it's hard to tell.
Maybe people only ask you how you're doing,
'Cause that's easier than letting on how little they could care."