An evening pause: From yesterday’s cutting edge graphics we go to the early days of television color special effects, taped in 1968. Hardly as convincing, but with a sense of light-hearted fun that is quite infectious.
I also wonder how much drugs were involved with the writing, recording, playing and televising of this song.
Hat tip Tom Biggar.
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