The Holy Modal Rounders: The Moray Eels Eat the Holy Modal Rounders. One of the premier wacko psychedelic folk-rock albums of the 1960s, with two suite-like strings of fried vocals and songwriting that can't quite bury the musicians' extensive mastery of traditional folk idioms. The story behind the album, which is as strange as the album itself, includes quotes from the Holy Modal Rounders' Peter Stampfel and producer Frazier Mohawk.
Cosmic Sounds. Twelve songs, one for each sign of the
narrated by Cyrus Faryar, with psychedelic backing by top Los Angeles
musicians, and some of the first use of the Moog synthesizer (by Paul
on a popular music recording. The liner notes include quotes from
producer Alex Hassilev, Elektra president Jac Holzman, bassist Carol
and percussionist Emil Richards.
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