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Ken Kesey - The Acid Test flac album
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Ken Kesey - The Acid Test flac album

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Album:
The Acid Test
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Style:
Spoken Word, Experimental
MP3 archive size:
1624 mb
FLAC archive size:
1416 mb
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DTS AUD ADX AHX MP1 MOD AIFF
Rating:
4.1
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569

Tracklist

1 Ken Kesey
2 Ken Babbs And Harmonica
3 Take Two
4 Bull
5 Peggy The Pistol
6 One Way Ticket
7 Bells & Fairies
8 Levitation
9 Trip X
10 The End

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CD reissue

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Ken Kesey The Acid Test ‎(LP, Album) Sound City none US 1966
SNDCTY7690 Ken Kesey The Acid Test ‎(LP, RE, Unofficial) Sound City SNDCTY7690 US 2011
ACAX 500 Ken Kesey The Acid Test ‎(CD) Acadia ACAX 500 UK 2005
PSYCHO 4 Ken Kesey The Acid Test ‎(LP, Ltd) Psycho Records PSYCHO 4 UK 1983
JPR042 Ken Kesey The Acid Test ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE) Jackpot Records JPR042 US 2017


Ken Kesey Interviewed By Frank Fey. Interviewee – Ken KeseyInterviewer – Frank Fey. 7:19. Rights Society: BMI. Matrix, Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): AB JPR042 A KEN KESEY - THE ACID TEST S-98878. Matrix, Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): AB JPR042 A KEN KESEY - THE ACID TEST Dc Plu S-98879. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.

This is not a music album, but a record of interviews and observations (with a little bit of The Worlocks playing in the background) conducted during an Acid Test in 1964. This is where the phrase Psychedelic Rock was born. was made for just a few people, and was not intended for general release.

Kenneth Elton Kesey (/ˈkiːziː/; September 17, 1935 – November 10, 2001) was an American novelist, essayist, and countercultural figure. Kesey was born in La Junta, Colorado, and grew up in Springfield, Oregon, graduating from the University of Oregon in 1957.

Ken Kesey - Ken Kesey Interviewed by Frank Frey 07:00. Ken Kesey - Ken Babbs and Harmonica 03:02. Ken Kesey - Take Two: Ken Kesey 00:43. Ken Kesey - Bull 00:49. Ken Kesey - Peggy the Pistol 04:08. Ken Kesey - One-Way Ticket 08:11. Ken Kesey - Bells and Fairies 01:27. Ken Kesey - Levitation 04:16. Ken Kesey - Trip X 01:54. Ken Kesey - The End 00:37.

the Acid Test Graduation party, a celebration organized by Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters, in 1966. Photo by Ted Streshinsky. Timothy Leary, Aldous Huxley, Ken Kesey’s Merry Pranksters and the Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, and the culture surrounding the Grateful Dead all espoused the use of psychedelics in the creation of neo-tribal societies based on community and individual freedom. This philosophy is perhaps best summarized in the works of Terence McKenna and his stoned ape hypothesis.

Supposedly, Ken Kesey, Ken Babbs, and other members of the Merry Pranksters, high on LSD, spent 14 hours at the Sound City recording studio in San Francisco, probably on January 1, 1966, and emerged with the half-hour's worth of foolishness heard on this album. The most coherent section of the record is its opening, as Kesey is interviewed by Frank Frey, who plays straight man, allowing Kesey to indulge in amusing, if sophomoric, philosophy. Kesey also provides the most musical moment on the album, contributing "Peggy the Pistol," a parody of "Minnie the Moocher.

The acid test parties began after Kesey’s experience with mind-altering drugs as a volunteer test subject for Army experiments in 1960 (later revealed to be part of the CIA’s mind control experiment, Project MKUltra). Kesey stole LSD and invited friends to try it with him. In 1965, after Hunter S. Thompson introduced Kesey to the Hell’s Angels, he expanded his test parties to real happenings at larger venues, beginning at his home in La Honda, California

David Weddle's Most Recent Stories. Ken Kesey’s Eclectic Writing Acid Test. In 1968, he appeared as the central character in Tom Wolfe’s Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test–a day-glo Don Quixote who loaded his band of Merry Pranksters into a mandala-splashed school bus and careened across North America spraying sparks that would ignite the psychedelic grass fire of the Sixties.