More specifically, LSD-25 was one of the more popular and most readily accessible forms of LSD. I think 624 was actually qualudes, which would be taken to mellow out a bad trip.
DISCLAIMER: This is knowledge gained not through practical experimentation (well, not on my part) but from thorough exegesis given to all the latest mysterious lyrics. It was the late '60s and early '70s. You had to be there.
>>>The chemical number for LSD is 25. The number for an antidote drug that
>>would help get someone down from a trip is 624.<<
really?! and here I am,
>trying to figure out if Paul is really dead and what the heck the Kingsmen are
CCR: "There's a bathroom on the right."
'LUDES had a 714 stamped on them....never saw any thing else on a script 'lude.Chorpromazine(Thorazine) is front line for Trip OD's
Smith-Klein calls theirs T-64,75mg and25mg is T-74
so I see no 624 thing. But it all may just be a flashback....Those pranksters got me good.
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On Sunday, November 6th, 1977 at the University of Dayton Arena in Dayton, Ohio I attended my first concert featuring Earth, Wind & Fire with Deneice Williams (the songbird herself) as the opening act.
It was awesome!
Deneice Williams sang a few incredible high notes and I became an instant fan of hers. Then EW&F tore it up. The bass player played a solo in the air (SIDEWAYS!)The group all rose out of a pyramid and commenced to jammin'I could go on and on. I've seen EW&F 6 times since then.