CONSTANT SOUND -One of the Holy Grails of 1960s sunshine pop and lyte psych. - Patrick Lundborg, The Acid Archive LP

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Superbly constructed pop psychedelia c. 1968, performed by some of the best musicians in the world! •First commercial release of any kind and in any format of these recordings

•Comes with an 8-page booklet with photos and detailed information of the creation of this rarity

For more than fifty years, vinyl collectors and music archivists from around the world have speculated about this ultra-obscure twelve-song demo-only disc from the 1960’s: When was it pressed? Who were the musicians and the singers? Who produced this gem? What was the purpose of the record, especially considering the high talent level and the fact that it seemingly had never had a commercial release?

No less an expert than the late Patrick Lundborg, one of the world’s leading experts on psychedelic culture and music and author of “The Acid Archives”, the ultimate guide to underground sounds from the 1960’s and 1970’s, called The Constant Sound demo disc "one of the Holy Grails of 1960’s sunshine pop and lyte psych," comparable to the the California sunshine style on the very rare Birmingham Sunday record,
and added: "this is bound to blow the mind of any genre fan, as it delivers on all the key areas and has no obvious weaknesses." High praise from the psychedelic guru!

A1        Time
A2        Come Out In The Sun
A3        Dancing Patterns
A4        Avalon
A5        Playtime
A6        Calico Bus
B1        The Constant Sound
B2        Ride a Pink Horse
B3        Peaceful Meadow
B4        Take A Look At Yourself
B5        Candy Egg
B6        Catch The Sun