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Psychedelic Percussion (1967) is an all-instrumental album by Hal Blaine. Its 12 tracks each represented one month of the year.

Track listing

A1 Love-In (December) 2:18 A2 Freaky (January) 2:23 A3 Flashes (February) 2:23 A4 Kaleidoscope (March) 2:20 A5 Hallucinations (April) 2:23 A6 Flower Society (May) 2:27 B1 Trippin' Out (June) 2:36 B2 Tune In-Turn On (July) 2:14 B3 Vibrations (August) 2:15 B4 Soulful (September) 2:21 B5 Inner-Space (October) 2:18 B6 Wiggy (November)

Credits

Design – George S. Whiteman* Electronics – Paul Beaver Engineer – Ben Jordon, Phil Kaye Keyboards, Organ, Electric Piano – Mike Lang Liner Notes – Andy Wickham Percussion – Emil Richards, Gary Coleman Producer – Steve Barri Written-By, Arranged By, Producer, Percussion, Drums, Gong, Xylophone, Organ, Bongos, Congas, Timpani – Hal Blaine

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