Malachi - Holy Music

First-ever reissue of this fairly shockingly odd, 'psychedelic', instrumental album, which was recorded very early: August 17, 1966. Think about what was going on in music at that time and then listen to this and be very surprised.

"Recorded in San Francisco in August 1966, and originally released on the M.G.M./Verve label, this collection of lengthy, acid-tinged folk instrumentals is one of the earliest specifically psychedelic albums ever recorded, and it makes its CD debut here. As the original sleevenotes state: 'Malachi's music transcends the traditions of East and West, and represents the new synthesis which is still being worked out in aesthetics, philosophy and religion by those participating in the psychedelic revolution.' Features Steve Cunningham (pre-Red Krayola)."

“Eastern and American-Indian influenced proto-psych / ethnic folk” – The Acid Archives

“Long, meditative instrumental ragas” – Fuzz, Acid & Flowers
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