This notorious exploitation psych treasure was made by one of the most legendary session drummer in the music biz, having recorded with everyone from The Beach Boys to Frank Sinatra (the list is endless). Here, he builds endlessly swirling thickets of rhythms, counter-rhythms and melodic percussive detailing on an extraordinary arsenal of noisemakers as well as organs, celestes, clavinets and harpsichords, sometimes abetted by Paul Beaver (of Beaver & Krause) on electronics and Emil Richards on additional percussion. The actual experiential effect of listening to this stuff is anything but faux though, exploitation trappings or not (and the trappings are decidedly thick, with titles like "Love-In", "Trippin' Out", "Wiggy", and "Flower Society" etc), as your equilibrium is assailed by these whirlwinds of acidic motion.
NOTE: IT WAS JUST BROUGHT TO MY ATTENTION THAT PSYCHEDELIC PERCUSSION WAS RECENTLY REISSUED ON HARKIT RECORDS, SO I'VE YANKED THE OLD LINK AND REPLACED IT WITH ONE DIRECTING YOU TO THEIR SITE.
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