acid rock

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a musical style that emerged in the 1960s

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The mechanism of acid rock interaction is discussed by SEM tests and the change of [Mg.sup.2+] and [Ca.sup.2+] concentration of immersion solutions.
Listeners will hear tastes of 1960s blues-fused acid rock, boogie, bluegrass, soul, groove, garage punk and doo-wop.
* Geochemical--including karst and acid rock drainage
Diamond's dismissal from KHJ was serendipitous, however, as he signed on to do the 9-midnight show at KBLA in Burbank, where he invented and started the legendary "Diamond Mine" radio show -- three hours of acid rock and psychedelic poetry every night.
Warner's fundamental idea is that the original Beat writers, first prominent in the 1950s, and the musicians of the British invasion and acid rock, most prominent in the 1960s, were connected in ways that both symbolized and facilitated the breakdown of constraining boundaries between "high" and "low" culture, which had needlessly divided audiences, critics, and academics into divergent camps of mutually uncomprehending partisans.
Soundtrackwise, heavy AC/DC rhythms and deep Black Sabbath guitar riffs of the past gave way to an experimental acid rock vibe.
The technology can improve profitability and performance while recovering metals from pregnant leach solution, bleed streams, recirculation and raffinate, drain-down and acid rock drainage, spent processing solutions, and smelter or refinery blowdown.
The band, sometimes referred to as proto-punk, sometimes as acid rock, shared an arch, acerbic outlook with the Mothers of Invention and the Fugs and recorded three albums from 1967 to 1969.
It was the second collection they produced after being signed by Elektra, the iconic label whose roster ranged from traditional folk to acid rock, and they occupied a unique niche somewhere in the middle, stirring in elements of medieval mummery and Eastern mysticism and employing an arsenal of weird and wonderful instruments to embrace world music long before the term had been coined.
Yet it was the earliest material, the acid rock of Jefferson Airplane's Somebody to Love, White Rabbit and Volunteers, which still sounds most powerful today.
This was in the '60s, when we had the acid rock, bands ...
The revelation of how psychedelic consciousness has manifested itself in so many vastly differing modern art movements, from the 1960s acid rock posters to contemporary work such as trippy video installations by Pipilotti Rist, made me look at my own work in addition to works of other artists in a new way.
The barbarity of war and its effect on the bodies and minds of those in the trenches continued to reverberate on the silver screen over the years, including: Johnny Got His Gun (1971), the film adaptation of Dalton Trumbow's harrowing look at a mute, quadruple amputee's desperate struggle to die; Pink Floyd: The Wall (1982), the acid rock band's trippy nightmare featuring a war orphan turned rock star who longs for a father who died in the trenches; Legends of the Fall (1994), with Brad Pitt's Tristan haunted by his inability to save his brother from the barbed wire, mustard gas and machine guns; and many more, including Steven Spielberg's equinethemed tear-jerker War Horse (2011).
But there are so many other works of genius: the folk whimsy of Space Oddity and subsequent acid rock of The Man Who Sold The World, where you can hear glam rock being born.