Nights at the Roundtable with another entry in the top-40 era of Pop Music - Quasi-Folk/Rock - Sunshine Pop/Psychedelic, Middle Of The Road - identity crisis laden group The Sandpipers with their nod to Sunshine Psychedelia, Glass from 1967.
Nights at the Roundtable with The Koobas. Former Liverpool Beat group, formed in 1962 went from neo-British Invasion to R&B to Pop, to Psychedelic - all in one decade.
Nights at the Roundtable with Jim Noir and the title track from his August 2011 ep The Cheese Of Jims Command".
Nights at the Roundtable with the high priests of Modern Day Psychedelia, Tame Impala and a track off their debut album Innerspeaker, "I Don't Really Mind".
Let's get Psychedelic! What's your favorite musical moment of the psych persuasion?
Nights at the Roundtable with The Sopwith Camel and "The Great Morpheum" from their debut album in 1967.
Nights at the Roundtable with Brian Jonestown Massacre and a track off their 1996 Satanic Majesties Second Request album, Anemone.
Nights at the Roundtable with The Three O'Clock and a cut off their 1985 album Arrive Without Traveling - "Simon in the Park.`
Nights at The Roundtable with Procol Harum and their 4th single issued in 1969, "Long Gone Geek".
Nights at The Roundtable with Terry Manning with a track from his 1970 solo album: Home Sweet Home - "Guess Things Happen That Way".