in Classic Rock The Electric Prunes – Kyrie Eleison March 25, 2011, 12:59 pm 1.4k Views 22 Comments “Kyrie Eleison” by The Electric Prunes; Mass in F Minor (1968) The Electric Prunes – Kyrie Eleison source ElectricEleisonKyriePrunes See more Previous article The Black Crowes – Oh Sweet Nuthin’ Next article Gerry Rafferty – Baker street 22 Comments Leave a Reply Christe…. Reply Can I buy you a drink? Reply this song is soooo unique and perfect Reply The best instruments for that decade!!! Ever!!! Reply Psychedelic as all hell (: Reply m/m/ Reply Let's freak you wanna freak Reply Απαράδεκτον για ROCK και μάλιστα ψυχεδελικό… Τους τους επηρέασε τόσο αρνητικά το θέμα που νομίζεις ότι η μουσική είναι γραμμένη στην τουαλέτα Reply I've got an idea.. Let's go outside. Reply God bless us all. Reply Wow. A long way from: I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night Reply This is Why TODAY'S MUSIC DOESN'T COME CLOSE……..!!!!!!!!!!!!! Reply My father told that they listened to this song on Chevrolet Bel Air in 1970s, the vinyl itself got bent from the sunlight. Reply Don't know who this Kyrie is, but she must be populair Mr Mister also sung a song about her. Reply okay youtube gurus. Can someone possibly tell me who did the recording of, " When the saints come marchin' in", on the easy rider soundtrack? That particular version is so raw and captivating. There is no other version that comes close to how good that one sounds. It's sooo soulful and seems to capture the whole new orleans vibe so well, and the movie, too. Was this the first, really long mtv, video/movie? Did the prunes do it? Reply wealth only closes a man's reputation…. and determines it…. as good or bad. WE BLEW IT, BILLY. Reply If God did not exist it would be necessary to invent him Reply Death only closes a man's reputation- and determines it as good or bad. Reply The tracks of this album were too intricate for the prunes. Axelrod had to hire unknown professionnal musicians to record them Reply Christaaaaa. Reply Kyre Ellison and the heat hasn't come yet! Reply They're scared of what you represent to them. All we represent to them is somebody who needs a haircut. Oh, no. What you represent to them… …is freedom. Freedom's what it's all about. Oh yeah, that's right. That's what it's all about. But talking about it and being it… …that's two different things. lt's real hard to be free… …when you are bought and sold in the marketplace. Don't tell anybody that they're not free, because they'll get busy… …killing and maiming to prove to you that they are. They're going to talk to you and talk to you… …about individual freedom. But they see a free individual, it's going to scare them. Well, it don't make them running scared. lt makes them dangerous. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!