Country Joe and the Fish Electric Music for the Mind and Body
Country Joe and the Fish were one of a few true musical pioneers of the '60s Bay Area music scene. Their debut album Electric Music for the Mind and Body was loaded with one head-expanding psychedelic classic after another. One of the most political and most humorous of all Bay Area bands, the Fish's philosophy is reflected in songs like "Superbird" (about Lyndon Johnson), "Flying High," and the bluesy free love saga, "Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine."
The original album was released in 1967. This album is an early 1970's press on wood grain label, and we're not precise on the year. The condition of this album is Used.