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The Revolutionary Research of Black Psychedelia

The Revolutionary Research of Black Psychedelia - Moonhaus

In December 1968, Ed Sullivan, a popular TV show host, introduced the group Sly and the Family Stone onto his show. It was a troupe of seven black and white women fully emblazoned in bright blazers, vests, and wigs, and they played a powerful medley of their biggest hits “Sing a Simple Song”, “Everyday People”, […]