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Electric Music For The Mind And Body (album) by Country Joe And The Fish

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Electric Music For The Mind And Body
Electric Music For The Mind And Body by Country Joe And The Fish (1967)
Overall rank: 1,994th   Overall chart history
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76/100 (from 106 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top albums of 1967 (32nd)
Award Top albums of the 1960s (175th)
Award Best albums of all time (1,994th)

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Electric Music For The Mind And Body is ranked as the best album by Country Joe And The Fish.

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Average Rating: 
76/100 (from 106 votes)
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Bello, per quanto datato, questo esordio dei Country Joe & The Fish: un rock psichedelico legato alle radici soprattutto blues, abbastanza visionario e con qualche punto di contatto con l'allora ultimo Dylan.
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Far more drenched in psychedelia than I was anticipating. Some good, some testing my patience.
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You can, as many probably are aware of, in several rock encyclopedias and other publications on rock and pop learn that this first album by Country Joe and the Fish is regarded as a classic, and that people with an interest in the psychedelic music of the 1960s should hear and appreciate it.

This I have now done - 3-4 times. And I must say that I'm a bit confused. Compared with albums from contemporaries like the Byrds, the Doors, Jefferson Airplane and many others, I think this album falls entirely.

I have a hard time finding really good songs. The vocals are mediocre at best. There may well exist excellent instrumental passages - especially solid blues guitar, but this applied course also for many of the group's contemporaries.

At the end of the day, it's probably about taste, and I have to just admit that this album does not hit me.
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90/100
It had a pretty strong start, but it seems to go downhill near the end.
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