Who said that music programming is mundane?


My journey down a typically overgrown path has uncovered evidence that music programming is far from mundane. Here is the track listing for a newly released double CD from Cherry Red Records:

Disc One
1. Gabor Szabo – El Toro
2. Alice B. Toklas – Recipe for Hashish Fudge
3. Ustad Ali Akbar Khan – Raga Yaman Kalyan: Teen Tala
4. Aldous Huxley – "How Often Have You Taken Mescalin Yourself?”
5. Sounds Inc. – Taboo
6. Sun Ra (seen in header image) – Ancient Aiethopia
7. Ravi Shankar – Raga Jinjhoti
8. Herbie Mann – It Ain't Necessarily So

Disc Two
1. Les Troubadours du Roi Baudouin - Missa Luba: Sanctus
2. Gabor Szabo – Lady Gabor
3. Jackson Pollock – Modern Art & Method
4. Edgard Varèse - Integrales
5. Yusef Lateef – The Plum Blossom
6. Ustad Vilayat Khan – Raga Miya Ki Malhar
7. Ken Nordine – Spectrum
8. Sharan Rani - Raga Kausi-Kanada

The double CD is titled Dawn of Psychedelia and, on the same path, now read how Elgar takes a trip.

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