Samsara Blues Experiment - Long Distance Trip [2010]

Posted by Captain Beyond Zen on Sunday, May 16, 2010


The experiment was successful. The first release of the Berlin band Samsara Blues Experiment is a long distance trip. Listen to their masterpiece of Heavy Psych Rock - Long Distance Trip - and I promise you that no other drugs are needed to get high. But be careful! Also this drug is a highly addictive risk, but without any side-effects.

Samsara Blues Experiment's music is created for your headphones. Close your eyes and you will see colored bubbles in your mind's eye. Close your eyes and drift away into the endless wide universe. Bare-footed and flower-adorned girls dance round and round. In this universe Jimi Hendrix lives and he strokes gently through the girl's curly hair, while he smiles ecstatically. George Harrison plays sitar and John Lennon dreams of a new world, in which all lives in peace and harmony, no possessions, nothing to kill or die for. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi sits in a Lotus position and he brabbles weird stuff. Janis Joplin cruises by with her black shiny Mercedes-Benz 300 SE, 1967 model.

The summer of love never ends. Here everything exists in abundance - and even more. I see it all through a curtain of dense fog, the colours melt away, the forms dissolve. I look up and see Lucy in the sky with diamonds, waving and whispering: "Go, ask Alice! I think she'll know." I am happy. The music carries me away like a rolling planet, thrown out of its orbit, gravitated by the sun, which finally collides and melts.

May the trip never ends!

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