Archive for the jam sessions Category

ECSTATIC VISION – for the masses

Posted in improvisation, jam sessions, psychedelic rock, Uncategorized on August 8, 2019 by vesalahde

probably heard too much similar psychedelic jams, tried to like this but nope, continuous one bass riff in all tracks, improvised guitar, vocals thru megaphone, maybe guys are bit too ecstatic and stoned, maybe you have to be stoned to dig these jams? HEAVYPSYCHSOUNDS

AN AMERICAN MOVIE – Nine 18 Twenty 17

Posted in improvisation, instrumental, jam sessions, jazz, psychedelic rock, san francisco, Uncategorized on May 17, 2019 by vesalahde

jazzy psychedelic live improvisation, like Pori Jazz festival at home.

BRANT BJORK – jacoozzi

Posted in funk rock, instrumental, jam sessions, rock, stoner, Uncategorized on March 15, 2019 by vesalahde


What can you expect from Brant Bjork? Yes, you nailed it, fistful of laidback, chilled out, funky, cool ass jam sessions for pleasant relaxing moments. HEAVYPSYCHSOUNDS

DOMADORA – violent mystikal sukuma

Posted in france, heavy rock, jam sessions, psychedelic rock, Uncategorized on October 18, 2016 by vesalahde


as real as psychedelic heavy rock can get, sounds like listening a killer live concert, no hundred instrument/sample tracks or thousands of overdubs needed like “real” radio-friendly artists do nowadays, btw cover dude looks like a hardcore smart phone/WiFi user, face melting technology.


BLOWN OUT solar queen

Posted in instrumental, jam sessions, psychedelic, uk on March 25, 2014 by vesalahde


Mike Vest is everywhere, bands/solo projects, this one blows your mind out with psychedelic long jams, and its free.


KING BONG alice in stonerland

Posted in improvisation stoner rock, italy, jam sessions, psychedelic rock on January 28, 2011 by vesalahde
dont let the intro fool you this is astounding stoner jam band, improvisation is always a great thing.

“Alice In Stonerland” has been recorded live, as usual, as we believe this is the only way to capture the rawness and liveliness of the rituals held in honour of the King Bong.
We also decided to experiment a bit. For the first time, under the guide of the beast, we entered the studio with our minds completely free. Nothing had been written or rehearsed, we just pressed the REC button and let the music flow.
The result is 34 minutes of improvised music; you may find the audio quality isn’t the clearest, but it’s free, so don’t complain. We hope you’ll enjoy your listening experience of “Alice In Stonerland” as much as we enjoyed playing it.
If you like what you hear, you can order this EP for 5€ (including shipping costs)!


Posted in jam sessions, psychedelic rock, video on January 6, 2011 by vesalahde

How cool this is? they should do an album, sounds like they continue where pentastar-band ended.


SHIZOMASCOT psilosummer

Posted in ambient, jam sessions, psychedelic, sound collages on November 25, 2010 by vesalahde
if you prefer your music strange, this is the choice, mixtures of sound collages and jam sessions.