Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Beaker Street Answer

John Shultz has left a new comment on your post "More Beaker St. Question":

The music I have heard in the intros of the early seventies airchecks is from Jimi Hendrix's tune "If 6 Was 9" from his "Axis: Bold as Love" album from 1967. It was also used in the soundtrack for "Easy Rider". The intro excerpted from the middle of the piece, where Hendrix was using feedback from his amp to create a psuedo-melodic electronic warbling that is unmistakably psychedelic. A perfect choice

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Thanks, guys and thanks, A. J.! Bud, Mobile, AL