Definition of Acid rock
1. Noun. A musical style that emerged in the 1960s; rock music inspired by or related to drug-induced experience.
Generic synonyms: Rock, Rock 'n' Roll, Rock And Roll, Rock Music, Rock'n'roll, Rock-and-roll
Definition of Acid rock
1. Noun. A rock music genre originating from the late 1960s, heavily inspired by or related to drug-induced experience. ¹
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Literary usage of Acid rock
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1. The Ancient Volcanoes of Great Britain by Archibald Geikie (1897)
"Torridon sandstone by a fault, it seems most probable that the change has been mainly due to the influence of the acid rock. In the Blath Bheinn group of ..."
2. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1901)
"In other words, that which is the most acid rock of the series is that which presents the strongest igneous characters, and which has most frequently and ..."
3. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1889)
"In those few instances in which such a phenomenon has been asserted it may safely be affirmed, still, that the acid rock is not known to have come from the ..."
4. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1889)
"It is difficult to understand how from the same volcanic vent shall flow, from the same source, successive floods of basic and acid rock. ..."
5. Geology of the City of New York: With Numerous Illustrations and Maps by Louis Pope Gratacap (1909)
"(An acid rock is a rock rich in silica, a basic, one not so siliceous, and carrying high percentages of lime, iron and magnesia. ..."
6. The Tertiary Igneous Rocks of Skye by Alfred Harker (1904)
"of o^artz scattered through tlie basalt, especially near its junction with the acid rock. Moreover, while the granophyre has locally been rendered less acid ..."
7. The Rocks of Cape Colville Peninsula, Auckland, New Zealand by William Johnson Sollas, Alexander McKay (1905)
"... decidedly acid rock, resembling that at the Boyal Oak Compressor on the road to Kennedy's Bay, and it may reasonably be inferred that the same rock is ..."
8. Text-book of Geology by Sir Archibald Geikie (1903)
"Professor Solías believes that at least four varieties of the acid rock owe their characters to this cause -biotite-granophyre, biotite-amphibole-granophyre ..."