New Album Celebrates The Centennial Of Timothy Leary & The Pioneering Of Consciousness Expansion

Projekt Records has released a new album, Tim, where are you now? to commemorate the centennial of Timothy Leary’s birth and his influence as a piaoneer of consciousness expansion.

With the permission and encouragement of Timothy Leary’s son Zach and the Leary estate, the album’s 13 tracks contain 4 spoken word “trips” with text excerpted and cut-up from Tim’s first LSD and DMT experiences, chronicled in his 1968 book High Priest.

Label head Sam Rosenthal collaborated with Projekt space music artists Steve Roach, Erik Wollo, Mark Seelig, Forrest Fang, and others, and recorded Timothy Leary trip narrations from Alex Cox (director of Repo Man and Sid & Nancy), Reggie Watts (bandleader on CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden), Lee Ranaldo (of Sonic Youth) and others.

The album features the music of:

  • Sam Rosenthal (Black Tape For a Blue Girl)
  • Steve Roach
  • Erik Wøllo
  • Mark Seelig
  • Forrest Fang
  • Byron Metcalf
  • Henrik Meierkord
  • Brian Parnham
  • theAdelaidean
  • Ryan Lum & Anji Bee (Love Spirals)
  • Brian Viglione (The Dresden Dolls)
  • Martin Bowes (Attrition)
  • Jarguna
  • Nathan Youngblood
  • Mike VanPortfleet (Lycia)

You can preview the album below or at the label site:

17 thoughts on “New Album Celebrates The Centennial Of Timothy Leary & The Pioneering Of Consciousness Expansion

      1. Asking someone how old they are is not a personal attack

        Its a highly relevant bit of information regarding the comment in question

        You need to relax before you wind up hurting yourself, big brother

        1. Holy Eagle Peak

          You had two comments on this post. One was asking the commenter if they wanted to fight. The other was asking personal questions. Both were off-topic and could easily be construed to be personal attacks.

          Keep comments on topic and constructive.

  1. I come here to learn about synths, not to celebrate the types of drugs that killed my brother-in-law a month ago… you should be ashamed of yourself…

  2. Wow man. That’s heavy. Turn on, tune in, drop out. I’ve been doing Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds ever since Brother Leary showed us the way.

  3. Tim sarà sicuramente negli annali della C.I.A. un ottimo agente non si dimentica.Come si può espandere qualcosa che non si possiede? Tutti i nemici numero 1 in u.s.a. sono al servizio della C.I.A. ieri e oggi.

  4. well, “Consciousness Expansion”
    once you realized that your brain creates your reality for you, its over.
    no more amazing things left over to discover.
    If you continue you just like to get stoned. 😉

  5. Psychedelic experiences were an important phase of my life. I wouldn’t trade those experiences for anything. I never let Leary or Huxley or anyone frame or define my experiences or understandings. I did however appreciate that Leary had a few practical words of advice for preparation as that journey began.

    Continued exploration of consciousness (sans “helpers”) formed my core, artistic and otherwise.

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