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Work / Art + Music Otherworldly album artwork from designer Robert Beatty // Tame Impala CURRENTS album cover

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Santana's LP Abraxas came out in 1970 and was one of the top 5 selling LPs that year - it had Black Magic Woman and Oye Como Va on it. Bet a lot of you had this LP in your rack!

Stevie Nicks poster by by Bob Masse. Bob produced memorable concert posters for bands as far back as the '60's, and helped pioneer the emerging psychedelic art genre.

Psychedelic Peace Stevie Nicks poster by by Bob Masse. Bob produced memorable concert posters for bands as far back as the and helped pioneer the emerging psychedelic art genre.

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This Tame Impala poster is one of my favorites. such as movement, lines, shapes, and use of space. The design supports the band's psychedelic rock appeal.

Mishka Westell’s poster for the Austin Psych Fest,

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The Moving Sidewalks Austin Psych Fest 2013 by Mishka Westell Has a very retro vibe. The movement of the illustrations and type have wonderful musicality.

Concert poster for the Whisky A GoGo on Sacramento St. in San Francisco - later 60s. -- The Peanut Butter Conspiracy and The Doors for 2 weeks - price was $2 to get in! Probably 1967

The Love Conspiracy presents The Doors - Poster believed to have been created by Donna Harrick, not confirmed

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Led Zeppelin, John Lee Hooker, Deviants, Joe Cocker 9 nov 1969 in Roundhouse (poster by Alan Aldridge).