Louise Huebner "Seduction Through Witchcraft" (Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, WS-1819, 1969)
Criminally out of print (after a brief digital reissue at the hands of Infinite Zero in the mid 1990's), this amazing mishmash of spoken word narration from still-active witch Louise Huebner and electronic music pioneers Louis and Bebe Barron belongs in any collection of the arcane and unique.
Coming from roughly the same era that produced occult celebs like Anton LaVey and Sybil Leek, Huebner was media savvy enough to conjure a 1968 government-issued designation for herself as "Official Witch Of Los Angeles County", and she followed that coup a year later with this LP. Largely adapted from her book of the same name, it's a reverb-heavy collection of scratchily-voiced incantations centered around "charms of seduction and sexual power", and has always struck me as a fully entertaining listen from start to finish. To be fair though, some of my enjoyment may be circumstantial as I first heard this album (via 8-track, no less!) while barreling down a highway in the middle of the night at the age of 16 or 17. I was en route to work a far-distant record fair for my job, and had been uncomfortably sleeping in the back of the van on several crates of albums before this hazily brought me out of my road-coma -- to say that I was completely confused and disoriented is to sell the experience short.