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A third element to add to this equation was the invention or availability of a number of psychoactive drugs, such as LSD (first synthesised in 1943) and mescalin. These seemed able to simulate, or even deliver, experiences associated with spiritual paths, free of any traditional context or restraint whatsoever.
A paid game I'd cook, deal ganja, LSD, mescalin. OK?
On the other hand, "What the rest of us see only under the influence of mescalin (sic), the artist is congenitally equipped to see all the time" (Huxley, 1954, p.
There was a lacklustre update in 1983, titled Five Go Mad on Mescalin, but it failed to live up to its predecessor.
A piece of Riley's the previous year had featured Chet Baker soloing over Miles Davis's "So What" through an Echoplex-style tape delay (a sound Riley had first experimented with for his composition Mescalin Mix, 1960-61).