101 Iconic Underground Rock Albums, 1966-1970
Interested in how it was back then, in the glory days of psychedelia? Here you can find everything you want to know or the facts and info you didn't know about! A real good read!
In 1968, the 19 year-old Nick Drake had everything to live for. The product of a loving, creative family and a privileged background, he was not only a handsome and popular Cambridge undergraduate, but also a new signing to the UK's hippest record...
"Smartly presented and written with enthusiasm and insight, Psychedelia: 101 Iconic Underground Rock Albums 1966-1970 offers page after page of fun and fascination. Whether youre a novice or an original fan of these trippy tunes, heres a book begging for your attention. Dig in and dig it!" -- Beverly Paterson * It's Psychedelic Baby! * "Illuminating and suitably visual, Psychedelia: 101 Iconic Underground Rock Albums is a coffee table book that may inspire you to substitute that cup of coffee with something 'a bit more potent.'* *Im talking about acid. You might want to take some acid while reading this book." -- Mike Segretto * Psychobabble *
Richard Morton Jack read English at Oxford University. A long-term contributor to magazines including Mojo, Q and Record Collector, he founded Flashback, the worlds most detailed rock history magazine, in 2012. His books include The Bumper Book of British Sleaze (a Sunday Times political book of the year), and the Amazon #1 Rock & Pop bestsellers Galactic Ramble and Endless Trip. His Sunbeam label has reissued over 100 classic rock, folk and jazz albums. He lives in London.