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Timothy Leary - Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out mp3 download

Performer: Timothy Leary
Title: Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out
Style: Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Ambient,Club/Dance,Soundtracks,Psychedelic/Garage
Duration: 36:09
Released: 1967
Size MP3 version: 1190 mb
Size FLAC version: 1917 mb
Size WMA version: 1972 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 498
Format: MOD APE RA AA AUD VOX
Genre: Pop Rock

Timothy Leary - Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out mp3 download


A very rare recording of the first Timothy Leary record to be released. No music, just him speaking quietly.

Timothy Leary P. (October 22, 1920 – May 31, 1996) "Turn On, Tune In And Drop Out!" "Think For Yourself And Question Authority.

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Turn on, tune in, drop out" is a counterculture-era phrase popularized by Timothy Leary in 1966. In 1967, Leary spoke at the Human Be-In, a gathering of 30,000 hippies in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco and phrased the famous words, "Turn on, tune in, drop out". It was also the title of his spoken word album recorded in 1966.

Leary explains it in his book Flashbacks as such. Turn on’ meant go within to activate your neural and genetic equipment. Become sensitive to the many and various levels of consciousness and the specific triggers that engage them. Drugs were one way to accomplish this end. ‘Tune in’ meant interact harmoniously with the world around you – externalize, materialize, express your new internal perspectives. Drop Out’ meant self-reliance, a discovery of one’s singularity, a commitment to mobility, choice, and change. Unhappily my explanations of this sequence of personal development were often misinterpreted to mean ‘Get stoned and abandon all constructive activity.

The Psychedelic Experience by Dr. Timothy Leary. Seven Up by Dr. Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out by Dr. View all albums . Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). By: Dr. Timothy Leary (1967, Rock). 1. The Turn On. 2. The Tune In. 3. The Beginning Of The Voyage (Heart Chakra). 5. All Girls Are Yours. 7. Freak-Out (Continued). 9. Re-Entry (Nirvana). 10. Epilogue (Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out).

Then he started going, 'Tune in, turn on, and drop ou. " The phrase was used by Leary in a speech he delivered at the opening of a press conference in New York city on September 19, 1966, it urged people to embrace cultural changes through the use of psychedelics by detaching from the existing conventions and hierarchies in society. It was also the motto of his League for Spiritual Discovery; the phrase was derided by conservative critics

Side A. "The Turn On" - 2:23. The Beginning of the Voyage (Heart Chakra)" - 4:01. All Girls Are Yours" - 4:37. Side B. "Freak-Out (Continued)" - 3:53. Genetic Memory" - 6:43. Re-Entry (Nirvana)" - 3:10.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out Timothy Leary 2:25
2 The Trip: The Turn On Timothy Leary 2:19
3 The Trip: The Tune In Timothy Leary 3:37
4 The Trip: The Beginning of the Voyage (Heart Chakra) Timothy Leary 3:50
5 The Trip: Root Chakra Timothy Leary 2:12
6 The Trip: All Girls Are Yours Timothy Leary 4:28
7 The Trip: Freak-Out Timothy Leary 0:32
8 The Trip: Freak-Out (Continued) /Genetic Memory Timothy Leary 10:41
9 The Trip: Re-Entry (Nirvana) Timothy Leary 3:11
10 The Trip: Epilogue (Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out) Timothy Leary 2:54

Credits

Al Ham - Producer
Timothy Leary - Primary Artist
Phalaken
Whilst not reaching the frenetic and frantic heights of psychedelic paranoia of German band Brainticket's masterpiece 'Cottonwoodhill', this album provides a fascinating insight into the mind of one of the true modern-era pioneers of human behaviourism. The images created and the accompanying sounds of an entity's journey through a human bloodstream would be ripe fodder for an experimentalist DJ to create amazing soundscapes against the background of (say) Pink Floyd's 'Echoes' or Tangerine Dream's 'Ricochet'. Indeed, it was against such an amazing aural backdrop courtesy of Australia's pioneer youth rock station 2JJ in the mid-70's that your reviewer encountered selected tracks of Timothy Leary's 'Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out'. It's experimental broadcast potential aside, this album is worth a listen for it's unabashed bias and platform for the good doctor's philosophy.