Brown Acid: The Second Trip, the compilation made up of long-lost vintage 60s-70s proto-metal and stoner rock singles, is now streaming in its entirety. The effort is curated in partnership by L.A. retailer Permanent Records and RidingEasy Records. Permanent Records co-owner Lance Barresi commented on putting the effort together:
“I essentially go through hell and high water just to find these records. Once I find a record worthy of tracking, I begin the (sometimes) extremely arduous process of contacting the band members and encouraging them to take part. Daniel (Hall of RidingEasy) and I agree that licensing all the tracks we’re using for Brown Acid is best for everyone involved.
There’s a long list of songs that we’d love to include. But we just can’t track the bands down. I like the idea that Brown Acid is getting so much attention, so people might reach out to us.”
[via Dangerous Minds]