So true :laughing:They say that Jimi was an axe murderer, but I think he was shy just like me!
I love Syd Barret era Pink Floyd, and I'm a huge Jefferson Airplane fan, and yeah it was the greatest time in musicYou're damn right.
I've been on a Pink Floyd kick for a while now too. I love a few of Jefferson Airplane's songs too. Classic rock=Win. The greatest psychedelic music came from that time.
indeed, this is as i would define INTP music.(repeatition is the stereotype which kills my music)I like the fact that it's almost hypnotic in it's method of repetition, yet still completely brutalizing. The rhythmic complexity in their music also never ceases blows my mind, and always keeps me on my toes trying to analyze things.
She was probably just surfing through the INTP thread. Some of those threads are really really old.
This is NOT psychedelic.infected mushroom.
can be summed as the definition and be all
there is no repeatition for the sake of repeatition, -everything serves a purpose in the whole-
here's one old school example; wait for the one Voiced Line; and tell me if it doesn't seem to be th culmination of all things experienced to that point
another old school one with 'perfect mode set'....orgasm point at 3:30 plus (but u have to wait it) (mode shift at 5:50 +)
i tell Mordern Music fans to be patient above the 3 minute limit usually granted for a song,
and to feel the twists and follow the story
listen to this 1st (perhaps)
i have always found a song for every occasion, ... one can philosophize and psychologize over the process
from isreal, there are the holy books and then this!