ACID TEST on Sound City Productions with Ken Kesey and The Merry Pranksters along with members of the Grateful Dead and others. Ultra rare original copy of drugged out noise experimental psych weirdness housed in paste on cover with blank back. Clean copy has tiny brown storage on back.
From the Acid Archives: "Legendary documentation of the 1965-66 Bay Area Acid Test scene "from 14 hours of the actual trip" (recorded in a studio). Shows the other side of acid culture which is fun, unpredictable and avantgarde as opposed to the Leary camp's solemn religious/ psychological approach. Lots of amazing mind games and word play with Kesey and Ken Babbs in good form, ad libbed poetry, fractured harmonica solos, tape loops and the Grateful Dead lurking in the background. Released in March 1966, just as the Pranksters were splitting for Mexico. An essential piece, though even the vinyl reissue is hard to find nowadays."