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CD (Item 487508) ESP, 1966 — Condition: New Copy
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One of the weirdest recordings we've ever heard from Timothy Leary – a 1966 set that features mostly shorter spoken bits on a variety of topics – done by Tim in a very odd sort of style – almost like he's a bit shy in the recording studio! There's a slightly self-conscious feel to the record that's actually kind of nice – Leary kind of mumbling, as if he's getting up the courage to share his ideas – or maybe he was just stoned at the time of the session! Titles include "My Problem", "Elevation Of Human Consciousness", "Sensory Paradise", "The Taking Of LSD", "The Oldest Law", "One Final Word", "Every Baby That Is Born", "Lesson Number One", and "A Message To Young People".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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