a state of mind, a state of being,
a sound for a new generation’s outlook on perception and reality
Wow! What a lot of pretentious hippy mind boggle!
In actuality, Electric Tibet is the name of various incarnations of a neo-psychedelic garage rock band founded by composer/guitarist Michael G. Stewart in the 1970’s.
Over the years, the free flowing personnel included various guitarists, bass players, saxophonists, keyboardists, drummers, conga players, tambourine shakers, violinists and
all manner of hooters, hollerers, screamers, belters, moaners and whisperers taking the vocal chores.
The one constant throughout was always Michael, playing a seemingly
endless variety of guitars from an always rotating collection.
These days Michael G. Stewart is noted for his inspired work as a
photographer and designer for other musicians, with over 250 album and CD covers to his credit for artists as varied as Pat Martino and Larry Coryell to Tony Trischka and Michael Doucet to Tom Paxton and Tommy Emmanuel.
…but, there was a time when Michael would strap on an SG,
turn up the Hiwatt & make some noise.
So Crank it up, listen and just imagine…”What was he thinking?”
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