Hey. Well today I was uploading some albums that were on the Terrascope Top 100 Albums list.
So I thought I might as well post them here as everything I uploaded is pretty great. So just enjoy.
Blue Cheer - OutsideInside (1968)
2nd album from the San Fran blue psych gods. Nothing they do after this album really matters. But this and the debut are just heavy as shit and so good. Features a great cover of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
The Byrds - Younger Than Yesterday (1967)
Often overlooked because of the all the great albums released in 1967, "Younger Than Yesterday" has probably stood the test of time as the most critically acclaimed and thoroughly enjoyable Byrds album. It's probably also their most Beatles-esque. Though not my personal favorite, it's hard to deny how great of a record it is.
C.A. Quintet - Trip Thru Hell (1968)
File alongside other California blues-psych bands of the late 60s. This is like The Doors, Country Joe & The Fish, Jefferson Airplane, etc. Great psychedelic record.
David Crosby - If I Could Only Remember My Name (1971)
I will go on the record right now and say that this is one of the most perfect records ever created. If you live on the west coast or you like sunny days or you like your music to have a mood and atmosphere you just need and want and should already have this.
Flying Saucer Attack - Further (1995)
Creepy ambient/post-rock/experimental rock from the mid 90s. There was a time in life about 4 years ago where I was addicted to this record but haven't really listened to it in years. Beautiful in it's minimalism yet also chaotic.
Ghost - Second Time Around (1992)
This is the second album released by the now legendary Japanese psych band. Truly great stuff and probably my favorite album of theirs. It is just heavy West Coast 60s psychedelic music mixed with great Krautrock and whatever else. The most complete Ghost album, I'd say.
Hampton Grease Band - Music To Eat (1971)
Crazy, schizophrenic prog rock in the vein of Beefheart and Zappa. The only album by this band, but a double album at that. All over the place and really strange.