More Parchment Farm

Posted By: Mike Waterman · 4/8/2013 2:17:00 PM

The Echoplex was a delay effect that utilized a tape loop.  Parchment Farm's keyboard player, Gary Reed, attached one to his Farfisa organ for some spacey effects!  Here's the Wikipedia entry, in case you're really interested in a technical explanation of the

This song (originally done by The Doors) is an example of how the Echoplex could be used to stretch a 2-minute song to more than 6 minutes!

The photos were shot at Corn's Lake in Columbia, Missouri, in 1970 by Jane Fitzpatrick (now Jane Watermann) on an Instamatic camera.

Leave a comment:

showing all comments · Subscribe to comments
  1. Mike Lusher posted on 04/08/2013 04:21 PM
    Wow! You just made my day...a great rendition of a Doors classic! Psychedelic...
  2. Ace posted on 04/09/2013 02:28 PM
    So cool. Can I get a copy of that?
  3. Ricardo Bahia posted on 08/10/2013 05:36 AM
    Great sounding group. Similar to a band I saw in Troy, MO in the early 70's called George Perkins and the Silver Fox. Any connection?
  4. johnny_D3 posted on 07/17/2014 12:51 AM
    We are continually strive for a good livelihood, are looking for new ways to make money,asics sneakers online we all know that entrepreneurship is a way to make money, but also one of the fastest route, many entrepreneurs believe that entrepreneurship is good, but the risk is not ignored,asics sneakers dames so scared and stop entrepreneurs before, but you know, a good entrepreneurial projects are fully confident that allows you to entrepreneurship, work hard,ray ban uk sale and Nike sports shoes to join, the choice can not be ignored, profitable momentum can not be stopped, it is worth trust of the project.
showing all comments