Some 60s-70s bands who were influenced by or influenced Psychedelic music, to a backdrop of Timothy Leary’s ‘ink art’ from The Psychedelic Experience.

songs from the 1967 summer in San Francisco

Strawberry Fields Forever - The Beatles

I Think We’re Alone Now - Tommy James & The Shondells

Hey Joe - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

You Just May Be the One - The Monkees

You Keep Me Hangin’ On - Vanilla Fudge

Let’s Talk About Girls - The Chocolate Watch Band

Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine - Country Joe & The Fish

Green Tambourine - The Lemon Pipers

My Obsession - The Rolling Stones

Words - The Monkees

I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night) - The Electric Prunes

Penny Lane - The Beatles

I’m So Glad - Cream

Randy Scouse Git - The Monkees

Flying High - Country Joe & The Fish

Fire - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Back Street Girl - The Rolling Stones

Sounds of Silence - Simon & Garfunkel

Strange Days - The Doors

So You Want to Be a Rock ‘N’ Roll Star - The Byrds

Let’s Get Together - H.P. Lovecraft

Love Me Two Times - The Doors

Everybody’s Been Burned - The Byrds

Embryonic Journey - Jefferson Airplane

Incense and Peppermint - Strawberry Alarm Clock

Baby I Need Your Loving/Bernadette/It’s the Same Old Song - Single - The Four Tops

Holiday - Bee Gees

To Love Somebody - Bee Gees

I Feel Free - Cream

Somebody to Love - Jefferson Airplane

Porpoise Mouth - Country Joe & The Fish

Down On Me - Big Brother & The Holding Company

Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 - Bob Dylan

Flying On the Ground Is Wrong - Buffalo Springfield

Break On Through (To the Other Side) - The Doors

Windy - The Association

Are You Experienced? - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Reflections - Diana Ross & The Supremes

Heroes and Villains - The Beach Boys

Dandelion - The Rolling Stones

Carrie-Anne - The Hollies

She Smiled Sweetly - The Rolling Stones

I Second That Emotion - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles

All You Need Is Love: Beatles Songs For Kids - Various Artists

Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat - Bob Dylan

Sit Down I Think I Love You - Buffalo Springfield

Sunshine Superman - 18 Songs of Love and Freedom - Donovan

Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing - Buffalo Springfield

Orange Colored Sky - Natalie Cole

My Generation - The Who

Brown Eyed Girl (Single Version) - Van Morrison

Stephanie Knows Who (Stereo Version) - Love

Respect - Aretha Franklin

Tramp - Otis Redding & Carla Thomas

Pleasant Valley Sunday - The Monkees

Plastic Fantastic Lover - Jefferson Airplane

Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds - The Beatles

1960s Style Icons: Grace Slick

“With her heavy bangs, kohl eyeliner and billowing sleeves, Grace Slick embodied the rock ‘n’ roll allure and psychedelic hedonism of the 1960s. Lead singer of Jefferson Airplane, her revered hippie style lives on in the haunting dirge of the controversial “White Rabbit” and folk-rock anthemic beat of “Somebody to Love." Slick was beautiful with a devil-may-care edge. Unrepentant and rebellious, she once performed topless in order to avoid getting her blouse wet during an outdoor concert, and wore her girl-scout uniform as a fashion and anti-establishment statement.”

- Mhairi Graham