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“In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” was originally supposed to be entitled “In the Garden of Eden,” Iron Butterfly’s vocalist Doug Ingle was decidedly un-sober when he told drummer Ron Bushy the name of the song. Bushy wrote down the nonsensical name we all know well, and it stuck. Based on a repeating minor key riff played by both the guitar and bass, this seventeen-minute epic of a psychedelic trip is known for being one of the songs that show where psychedelia was giving way to heavy metal. It also features an extended tribal-sounding drum solo that gives way to a swirling organ solo.
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