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Posted:  April 21, 2011
Name:  RowanMartin68
Where From: 
Reflections:  been listening since 2003. i love your station. peace and love vibes forever
Posted:  April 20, 2011
Name:  mary
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  very cool
Posted:  April 20, 2011
Name:  EL Mare
Where From:  Europe
Reflections:  The Technicolor Web Sound makes me very creativ! Thanks from Germany
Posted:  April 18, 2011
Name:  Anthony Tietyen
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I LOVE your station!!! Thanks for doing what you do. But... hey! Your station is located on our old Tietyen family farm from the 1800's in Greendale / Greenfield! No wonder you guys rock.
Posted:  April 18, 2011
Name:  carl
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  this station is friggin unbelievable. I have listened for years - will donate as soon as i get through my taxes. lots of love ! carl
Posted:  April 17, 2011
Name:  deni
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  just stumbled onto this. so glad...this is one of my favorite genres of music. great stuff - will be listening regularly. thank you
Posted:  April 16, 2011
Name:  Michael Jackson
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I play TWS on my computer any time I am online. Tis better than finding gold in your girl friends teeth. Hmmmmm... Thanks a megawatt!
Posted:  April 16, 2011
Name:  Gary
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Just wanted to say Thanks for keeping alive some of the most creative musical talents ever recorded. Peace
Posted:  April 16, 2011
Name:  elpoepoe
Where From: 
Reflections: 
Posted:  April 15, 2011
Name:  Ian MacLeod
Where From:  United States
Home Page:  www.ianmac969.com
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Posted:  April 15, 2011
Name:  David Vivo
Where From:  United States
Home Page:  Las Vegas
Reflections:  Is The Who considered psychedelic? Don't get me wrong, I love their music and have many LPs, but I don't consider them a psych group. The two groups missing from TWOS that should be included are Gong and Hawkwind. Either way, I listen to TWOS daily and it satisfies my psych fix until I get home and pull the vinyl out. Peace.
Posted:  April 14, 2011
Name:  Dan
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Without a doubt one of the best streaming radio stations around.
Posted:  April 13, 2011
Name:  David Vivo
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I am in love with your station. I am an avid collector of vinyl LPs and have a lot of the ones played on your station. I do, however, have to question the amount of The Monkees broadcasted. I don't even consider them a psychedelic band. I would like to see some Gong and Hawkwind. Just sayin'.....
Posted:  April 13, 2011
Name:  Dylan Buzit
Where From:  Canada
Reflections:  Greatest Web radio station iv'e ever had the privilege to listen to! keep up the good work!Lots of Love and Respect ~ Dylan
Posted:  April 12, 2011
Name:  Kurt hammett
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I have been a record collector for many years and this station is a testament that has been forgotten for some reason!?I've grown quite fond of this station and love the songs. I listen on my IPod and the quality is supreme. Keep the groovy tunes coming! Best regards and salutations.
Posted:  April 11, 2011
Name:  Robert Coulson
Where From:  Canada
Reflections:  I was there...Thanks for good memories.
Posted:  April 11, 2011
Name:  JC
Where From:  United Kingdom
Reflections:  love your web broadcast music
Posted:  April 08, 2011
Name:  RJ Marzulla
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  This station is AWESOME ! Musicians writing and singing when they cared about the music, the sounds, and the experiences whether real or surreal.
Posted:  April 06, 2011
Name:  Shtirlitz (Steve)
Where From:  Europe
Reflections:  Your radio station deserves an award. If you join some contest I'll vote for you.
Posted:  April 04, 2011
Name:  Roger Hartsell
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  baby boomer, vietnam vet, post-Woodstock, regressing forward, revisting roots from 60's, class of 1965, Albemarle, NC.
Posted:  April 02, 2011
Name:  Kishan Khana
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I found this station by accident and its now my favorite. I am currently 19 and have always loved older music for some reason. I love the stuff yall play and hope you never go away.

I really hope to one day own almost all the songs I hear on this terrific station. This stuff should be preserved like in a musical museum. Psychedelia has and always will be a part of me life :)

Thanks for the tunes :)
Posted:  March 28, 2011
Name:  drew
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  iiiiiiiiiii like it!
Posted:  March 25, 2011
Name:  greg
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  A revelation; a well-defined and musically worthy concept excellently executed. I don't even want to leave work.
Posted:  March 25, 2011
Name:  lchange49
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  love this station i am musician who has been playing music both originals and covers for 32 years so i love this style of music the loose change band
Posted:  March 24, 2011
Name:  King Heiple
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I'm a child of the 60's
Posted:  March 22, 2011
Name:  Kenny Pierre
Where From:  United Kingdom
Reflections:  Great station. Fills in the gaps of my musical knowledge when it comes to all things psychedlic & beyond! Sea of Joy by Blind Faith is now playing. Shame they couldn't get it together long enough but at least we have the one album!
Posted:  March 21, 2011
Name:  Ron
Where From:  United Kingdom
Reflections:  The remaining members of The Moving Strings and The Beat-Town Skifflers Philip Elzerman, Peter Nuyten, John Noce Santoro and Theo Verschoor formed The Zipps in the autumn of 1965. The band received national attention almost immediately because of their remarkable blend of folk-rock with beat influences. But The Zipps impressed even more when their music evolved to psychedelic, including a colorful, bubbling and mind-expanding light show. It was an awesome experience for mind and body! The fans put up stickers all over the Netherlands, with slogans like: 'Be Stoned, dig The Zipps psychedelic sound.’ At the opening of Paradiso and Fantasio Amsterdam, The Zipps were top of the bill. The band also played at major festivals such as both Flights To Lowlands Paradise and the First Holy Kitsch Garden Festival. After the band broke up in 1971, their records became collectors items. At the end of the 70’s, the first bootlegs with Zipps singles appeared, and in the eighties many 'garage bands' played cover versions of Zipps songs. In 2000, almost all former band members got together again and since then they perform regularly, even in Italy! In 2011 The Zipps celebrate their 45th anniversary. The kick-off is this beautiful vinyl album Kicks & Chicks: Ever Stoned, with much unreleased material. Such as the original versions of Marie Juana (Give Me Your Smell) and Benzedrine Bass Player (Hurry I Need Benzedrine), the never-released single The Singer Was Stoned/ Lotus Love, instrumental versions, extended versions of Kicks and Chicks and When You Tell It, Tell It Well ..!, a live version of Roll The Cotton Downin 1965 by The Beat-Town Skifflers and the previously unreleased Watch What Happens! from 1971. All these wonderful sounds are packed into a stunning psychedelic sleeve ... KICKS AND CHICKS: EVER STONED is a great monument to The Zipps and their legendary music ... Be Stoned! Dig the Zipps! VP99.016 The ZIPPS – Kicks And Chicks: Ever Stoned Chapter A 1. Roll the Cotton Down 2.17 - live 2. The Beer Hall Song 2.34 - live 3. Rock my Soul 2.21 – live 4. Kicks And Chicks 3.30 - full length stereo 5. Mari-Juana (Give Me Your Smell) 3.50 - demo 6. Benzedrine Bassplayer (Hurry I Need Benzedrine) 2.44 – demo 7. Mari-Juana (Give Me Your Smell) 2.53 - false starts Chapter B 1. The Struggle for Ice-cold Milk of Benzi the Bassplayer or how to Promote Original Dutch Milk 2.26 – stereo 2. The Singer was Stoned 3.05 – demo vocal 3. The Singer was Stoned 3.04 – instrumental demo 4. Lotus Love 2.54 – instrumental demo 5. When You Tell It, Tell It Well..! 4.06 - full length 6. Watch What Happens! 5.45 – demo Tracks A 1 – 3 performed as The Beat-Town Skifflers. Previously unreleased tracks & sessions, except tracks B 1 & 4.
Posted:  March 20, 2011
Name:  Tim Rodriguez
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Great site! Thanks and keep it coming!!!
Posted:  March 20, 2011
Name:  Ginny Gabbard
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  This is undoubtably one of the finest programs anywhere.
Posted:  March 19, 2011
Name:  Rolando
Where From:  Central America
Reflections:  this radio station is awsome!!! good. very good realy good
Posted:  March 18, 2011
Name:  ejan
Where From:  Asia
Reflections:  i love psycedelic
Posted:  March 15, 2011
Name:  Ivan Corney
Where From:  Australia
Reflections:  Been listening to this for years. Right now I'm in class, and I don't think I'd make it through the day without some groovin' tunes to set my head right. Here's hoping this station lives on forever! Peace!
Posted:  March 15, 2011
Name:  Marc
Where From:  United Kingdom
Home Page:  www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1359031980
Reflections:  Very groovy....I grew up with an Hippy Dad...He tuned me in to proper sounds...Now I've got kids and am loosing the battle to do the same.

Fave Bands...
The Who
The Pretty Things
Thirteenth Floor Elevators
Jimi Hendrix

Top 3 LP's
LOVE-Forever Changes
SMALL FACES-Ogdens Nut...
JIMI HENDRIX-Electric Ladyland

Keep on spreadin the vibes and pass that doobie over here man...alright.

Marc aka The Brompton Cocktail
Posted:  March 14, 2011
Name:  Aaron Schuelke
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Greetings from Appleton, WI. Nice job! I'm also an internet radio operator for the past 6 years. I enjoy your site.
Posted:  March 13, 2011
Name:  Rock'in Roger
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I wasn't a big stoner but just enough to like the music,soaking into my ears. I love it, Thanks Tech Web.
Posted:  March 13, 2011
Name:  Richard Kaplan
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Love your station. I'm hearing things I haven't heard since the 60's! I'm from New York and the music and sound of the station reminds me of the early days of WNEW FM. Great stuff!
Posted:  March 12, 2011
Name:  David Crosthwait
Where From:  United States
Home Page:  www.dcvideo.com
Reflections:  I listen frequently. Reminds me of KFAD & KNUS (Dallas/Fort Worth) and KLOL & KAUM (Houston) in the late sixties. Keep up the good work! David
Posted:  March 10, 2011
Name:  paul reynolds
Where From:  United States
Reflections: 
Posted:  March 09, 2011
Name:  Shtirlitz
Where From:  Europe
Reflections:  Very nice and romantic.
Posted:  March 06, 2011
Name:  midnight lamp
Where From:  Europe
Reflections:  im so glad to find a psychedelic radio. ive been looking for it for a long time. greetings from Hungary
Posted:  March 04, 2011
Name: 
Where From:  Australia
Reflections:  Psychedelic!
Posted:  March 04, 2011
Name:  Kara Hall
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I love this station. I listen to it at work and then at the gym.
Posted:  March 04, 2011
Name:  mathyoo
Where From:  Europe
Reflections:  cool, the right music to old hippies like me
Posted:  March 01, 2011
Name:  john
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  just came across this tonight,great music...i love it
Posted:  March 01, 2011
Name:  David Vivo
Where From:  United States
Reflections: 
Posted:  March 01, 2011
Name:  PATSY SMITH
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I love this music,great website. 1969 grad.Mushrooms
Posted:  February 28, 2011
Name:  Ian Davies
Where From:  United Kingdom
Home Page:  www.no-idphotography.co.uk
Reflections:  If its not playing, I'm at work or I'm asleep. Ace
Posted:  February 28, 2011
Name:  Robert Coulson
Where From:  Canada
Reflections:  Fantastic web site..I was there in the 60's...Brings back GOOD memories
Posted:  February 28, 2011
Name:  Zram
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Great Music!
Posted:  February 27, 2011
Name:  Pablo
Where From:  Europe
Reflections:  trippy man... the greatest copilation of psych music in the web! Cool mixture of well-known bands with obscure and rare ones.
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