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  1. "A Whiter Shade of Pale" is the debut single by the British rock band Procol Harum, released 12 May The single reached number 1 in the UK Singles Chart on 8 June and stayed there for six weeks. Without much promotion, it reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot chart in the United States. One of the anthems of the Summer of Love, it is one of the best selling singles in Genre: Baroque pop.
  2. Magical Mystery Tour is a record by the English rock band the Beatles that was released as a double EP in the United Kingdom and an LP in the United States. It includes the soundtrack to the television film of the same EP was issued in the UK on 8 December on the Parlophone label, while the Capitol Records LP release in the US occurred on 27 November and featured an Genre: Psychedelia, psychedelic pop, art pop.
  3. For further information write to Decca Records, 50 West 57th Street, New York 19, New York. A Musical Kaleidoscope With the Hammond Chord Organ The tremendous versatility and potential of the Chord Organ have been beautifully presented in this recording which covers some of the best in- strumental effects obtainable on the instrument.
  4. Younger Than Yesterday is the fourth album by the American rock band the Byrds and was released on February 6, on Columbia Records (see in music). It saw the band continuing to integrate elements of psychedelia and jazz into their music, a process they had begun on their previous album, Fifth Dimension. In addition, the album captured the band and record producer Gary Usher Genre: Rock, folk rock, psychedelic rock, country .
  5. Aug 31,  · The Hollies’ major contribution over Hammond and Everly’s takes: holding the note in the chorus from major to minor and through the next four measures, creating one of the most memorable hooks in all of pop music. Dozens of artists have tackled the song since the Hollies turned it into a Top 10 hit in seven countries in , but none of.
  6. Jim Kane played the Hammond organ on the recording and Denny Waite played the organ part at live performances. Song 1. “Kaleidoscope” (Procol Harum) Song 2. “Blues One” (Tom Caplan & Denny Waite) “Action Woman” () Pebbles Volume 1 Vinyl LP – BFD Records “I’m a Man” () Pebbles Volume 2 Vinyl LP – BFD Records.
  7. Tight playlists became the rule on AM radio in 67 and artists experimenting in psychedelic music often needed another outlet to get the message out--FM. It was the anti-AM! Instead of fast talking jocks, it used laid back (sometimes drugged-out) guys who were "into" the music, talked to the artists on the air and presented it all in anti-AM STEREO!
  8. Hammond organ and moog synthesizer Profound creative album Joni Mitchell came through the folk music scene in the s Judy Collins recorded her song "Both Sides Now" (p8 uk14, ) "One Nation Under a Groove" went to number 1 it to (r1 p 16, ) "Uncle Jam Wants You" (r2 p18, ).
  9. "Strawberry Fields Forever" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. It was released on 13 February as a double A-side single with "Penny Lane".It represented a departure from the group's previous singles and a novel listening experience for the contemporary pop audience.

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