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Music docos/movies/concerts etc, for altered states?

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On 1/19/2015 at 4:38 PM, FancyPants said:

 

Tool; I keep all the DVDs in the same spot to make them easier to find when the walls start to melt. Be nice if they could make the menus easier to navigate too...

 

hahaha, glad to know im not the only person who has problems with those menus in altered states :P 

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Seems to get a regular run for me- the colours on my record are way different to this piccy tho ???

 

 

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one to chat to, so put on in the background and sit back and listen to the noise of people nattering like insects about things that they or others cannot change unless they are omnipotent mozzies flying in and out of the don's ears and relaying messages back to planet trump while others feel vindication in ignoring the quickest way to the end.

Everybody knows the route to the end game but has enough sensibility to be ....you know.......just be

 

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I mean, there's the obvious more recent offerings like Samsara, but for my money, nothing beats the 1951 version of Alice in Wonderland (definitely not the modern one). Awesome, but somehow more terrifying to 17-year-old, extremely stoned self than Candyman. Also, Adaptation was pretty good, if extremely confusing. 

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All the Radiohead live concerts post 2017-ish (so that they contain A Moon Shaped Pool)

Shpongle Red Rocks 2019!!!!

Massive Attack live is good

Dub Side Of The Moon live concert

Talking Heads Stop Making Sense. Not really trippy but LOADS of fun!

 

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Roger Waters' Us+Them is a pretty spectacular tour recording. 

I agree with FancyPants, Stop Making Sense is brilliant. 

There's a wonderful doco on Sun Ra and His Arkestra, from back in the day.

Rolling Thunder Revue, on Netflix, captured some terrific Dylan performances. 

A Frank Zappa doco from a few years back, the name of which escapes me. 

There's so much out there ...

 

 

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Thought not a Sikh, I've found the words of the Mool mantra (Mul mantar) have an amazing depth and breadth.  Sung perfectly the mantra is said to have a vibration that will elevate and change your fate.

 

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