The forthcoming latest edition of the popular compilation series of long-lost vintage 60s-70s proto-metal and stoner rock singles, Brown Acid: The Fifth Trip, is set for release on Halloween 2017. The series is curated by L.A. label RidingEasy Records and retailer/label Permanent Records.
Hear and share album opener and extremely rare 1968 wailer “No Reason” by Captain Foam
here on Bandcamp
The first single “Blowin’ Smoke”
by George Brigman
(the 70s DIY hard rock version of Dead Moon
‘s Fred Cole
) previously launched via YouTube
featured the previous collection The Fourth Trip
around its 4/20 release HERE.
About Brown Acid: The Fifth Trip:
We’re back! And the hits just keep coming. For the fifth lysergic journey, we’ve assembled 10 heavy slabs of obscure rock the likes of which have never been seen before… not in this form anyhow. And as usual, the tracks from these impossibly rare records have all been fully cleared through the artists themselves. We’ve gone to great lengths to get the best possible master sources, the worst case scenario being an original 45. ‘Cuz it ain’t worth doing unless you do it right.
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