Psychedelic Counterpoint

Psychedelia is the fourth album by The Hell Raisin’ Hippies. Psychedelia focuses on psychedelic counterpoint between music and video. The album features Psychedelic Inventions written specifically for video.

April 22, 2017
LabelThe Hell Raisin’ hippies

Track Listing

  1. The Long Chill
    ISRC: TCADA1722235
  2. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 1
    ISRC: TCADA1722414
  3. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 2
    ISRC: TCADA1722427
  4. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 3
    ISRC: TCADA1722429
  5. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 4
    ISRC: TCADA1722432
  6. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 5
    ISRC: TCADA1722439
  7. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 6
    (Jimi Hendrix Theme Variations)
    ISRC: TCADA1722447
  8. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 7
    (Black Sabbath Theme Variations)
    ISRC: TCADA1722470
  9. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 8
    ISRC: TCADA1722481
  10. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 9
    ISRC: TCADA1722486
  11. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 10
    ISRC: TCADA1722489
  12. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 11
    ISRC: TCADA1722505
  13. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 12
    (Ludwig Van Beethoven Theme Variations)
    ISRC: TCADA1722513
  14. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 13
    ISRC: TCADA1722552
  15. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 14
    ISRC: TCADA1722570
  16. Psychedelic Invention, Pt. 15
    (Johann Sebastian Bach Theme Variations)
    ISRC: TCADA1722579
  17. Murmux Arrives in a Dream
    ISRC: TCADA1722601
  18. Sail the Lucid Dream
    ISRC: TCADA1722676


Listen on Spotify

  1. Psychedelic Inventions are dedicated to Johann Sebastian Bach. Each psychedelic invention is played in the corresponding key to the Bach invention.
  2. Murmux returns in Murmux Arrives In A Dream! We originally encountered the demon of music in The Wizard Summons Murmux (And His Legions) from B&D S&M Session Music 1.0.
Bach Invention 15
A Trippy Bach Invention 15
Seal of Murmux
Seal of Murmux (Murmur)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Forthright instruction, wherewith lovers of the clavier, especially those desirous of learning, are shown in a clear way. Not only 1) to learn to play two voices clearly, but also after further progress 2) to deal correctly and well with three obbligato parts. Moreover at the same time to obtain not only good ideas. But also to carry them out well, but most of all to achieve a cantabile style of playing. And thereby to acquire a strong foretaste of composition.

Johann Sebastian Bach on Inventions and Symphonias