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    Aside from the obvious ELECTRIC MUD and HOWLIN' WOLF'S NEW LP, does anyone know of any other recordings by black blues musicians that veered off in a psych-influenced direction? There must be more.
    To infinity - and beyond!

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    Btw, yes. Hello again.
    It's been a fair old while, I know.
    Long story.
    But I'm back.

    For now.
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    • #3
      Hi Hugh, long time (etc).

      This is also rather obvious but also rather good ...

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        Would Bo Diddley's Black Gladiator fit the bill? edit - and in my humble opinion Muddy's After The Rain album is not only funkier and more psychy than EM, it's miles better too. Also there's a great Lowell Fulsom album in the same style but the name escapes me.

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          Bad Trip by Bo Diddley fits the bill (hi Hugh).
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            • #7
              White boys though, innit.
              I'm after old blues cats gone psych.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by ladyboygrimsby View Post
                Bad Trip by Bo Diddley fits the bill (hi Hugh).
                That's exactly the kind of thing I'm after. Thank you.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Harvey Mettle View Post
                  Would Bo Diddley's Black Gladiator fit the bill? edit - and in my humble opinion Muddy's After The Rain album is not only funkier and more psychy than EM, it's miles better too. Also there's a great Lowell Fulsom album in the same style but the name escapes me.
                  If that Lowell Fulsom returns to you, lemme know.
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                  • #10
                    Are 'Black Merda' too obvious? There is another band too who played straight(ish) sabbathesue stuff in the late 60's early 70's who for the life of me I cant remember the name of, probably the same band.



                    'Taj Mahal' flirts here and there. 'Happy just to be like I am' is an all time fave but probably more r+b than psyche, this has a slight vibe to it or maybe not. :


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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jakartajive View Post

                      If that Lowell Fulsom returns to you, lemme know.
                      Heavy Bag on Jewel? Don't have the LP but have some 45s of his from around that period. (And hi!)

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                      • #12
                        I feel there are a few tracks in the recent Dogpatch-Black Rock podcast that you should consider.

                        http://dogpatch.libsyn.com/black-rock-affair#

                        (thanks for the heads up pencilface)
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                        • #13
                          Otis Spann did a great single with Fleetwood Mac, 'Walkin'. Electric but not particularly psychedelic. I think there was an LP as well...

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                            On the face of it this is wide of the mark. Worth mentioning anyway? Eddie Fisher and the Next One Hundred Years. "Jeremiah Pucket" seems to be the track of choice for most on the basis of the funk. I prefer this. Although I eventually gifted the CD.
                             

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by jakartajive View Post
                              Btw, yes. Hello again.
                              It's been a fair old while, I know.
                              Long story.
                              But I'm back.

                              For now.
                              Hello Hugh...

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