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The Avant Garde - "Honey And Gall" (mp3)
    #3735562 - 02/05/05 04:31 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

Here's an interesting and very strange 60's psych track for you. The lyrics are as psychedelic and spiritual as you can get.......

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"Transcendental meditation, giving off good and bad vibration. The good of man is in his inner space. Drugs will illuminate."




But the strange part is explained best by Borderline Books.....

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This band is best known for Naturally Stoned which hit the Billboard chart at No. 40. and is best described as orchestrated 'psychedelic pop' (the lyrics may be psychedelic but the music is pop) with the backing sounding like a James Bond-type movie theme. It is the flip side which has been compiled however: Honey and Gall resurfacing on Psychedelic Unknowns Vol. 8 (LP & CD) and being an unusual and captivating hippie-psychedelic effort.

All their material was composed by B. Fowler or C. Woolery, who it turns out is none other than Chuck Woolery, who would later become one of America's top game show hosts-- he was the original emcee of "Wheel of Fortune" before adding his brand of smarminess to the matchmaking "Love Connection".





:lol: Yep. Listen to this song keeping in mind that Chuck friggin Woolery wrote this. I can't wrap my mind around it. BTW, "Gall" is another word for opium if i'm not mistaken. Discuss..............


The Avant Garde - "Honey And Gall"
1967








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Re: The Avant Garde - "Honey And Gall" (mp3) [Re: Learyfan]
    #3737337 - 02/05/05 10:30 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

Here's the "hit" they put out. Remember, this is Chuck Woolery from "The Love Connection". Damn, what the hell happened??


The Avant Garde - "Naturally Stoned"
1967





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