Fronted by Sky Saxon, the Seeds had a major hit with "Pushing Too Hard." Known for their driving rhythm and intense vocals, they released five albums in 1966 and 1967.
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The Seeds  
Lavender with Red
Silkscreen, 20" x 13" (1967)
Published by the Esoteric Poster Company   
Also available in light orange with blue
The legendary Doors need little introduction. Musicians Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore got together with poet and UCLA student Jim Morrison in 1967. It was Morrison whose surrealistic lyrics gave the band its unique flavor. This existentialist-influenced group released classic albums like "Doors '67" and "Strange Days" before Morrison's untimely death in 1971.
The Doors  
Light Orange with Green/Magenta
ilkscreen, 23" x 15" (1967)
Published by the 4 Poster Press  
Also available in orange with green/magenta
The Electric Prunes were a garage-flavored psychedelic band. Their "I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night" could have been the psychedelic era's theme song. The San Fernando Valley band cut no less than five albums in just 1967 and 1968.
The Electric Prunes  
White with Pink/Purple/Blue
Serigraph, 20" x 13" (1967)
Published by Saladin Productions 
The Peanut Butter Conspiracy was a great psychedelic band. From 1967's "The Peanut Butter Conspiracy is Spreading" through "For Children of All Ages" in 1969, they recorded some of the Flower Power era's most interesting music.
The Peanut Butter Conspiracy
Lavender with Red
Serigraph, 20" x 13" (1967)
Published by the 4 Poster Press   
Also available in light orange with blue
Paul Revere and the Raiders, known for hits such as "Stepping Stone" and "Indian Reservation," were the first band to sign to Columbia Records, in 1965. After more than forty years, the band is still gigging today.
Paul Revere and the Raiders  
Red with Blue/Yellow
Serigraph, 22" x 14" (1967)
Published by The Blue Angel, Inc.  
Also available in red with blue/pink
The Buckinghams were Italian-Americans from the windy city of Chicago. They scored a number-one hit from their first album with "Kind of a Drag" in February of 1967. Their classic garage-band sound kept them touring through 1973, but they never achieved the success of their first record.
The Buckinghams  
Orange with Blue
Serigraph, 20" x 13" (1967)
Published by Saladin Productions