Brand new just released CD reissue of a classic long lost Jesus Psych Music.
UPC | 7 78578 06972 8
1. Love Comes Down - The New Folk
from the 1971 album "Born Yesterday" (No Label)
2. Get Down On Your Knees - Barrie Hobbie, Johann Black And Sweet Destiny
from the 1978 album of the same name ["Get Down On Your Knees"]. (No Label)
3. Where Could I Go? - First Revelation
from the 1973 album "This Side Of eternity" on Revelation Records
4. High Times, Low Times - Wild Olive Branch Band
from the 1977 album "Through A Glass Darkly" Lifestone Records.
5. I've Been Walkin' - Earthen Vessel
from the 1969 album "Everlasting Life - Gospel hardd Rock" on NRS Records.
6. Ask - Shekina Glory
from the 1976 album "Have You Considered"? on IGL Records.
7. Jesus Is Mighty To Save - The Jesus Band
from the 1979 album "The Jesus Band" on Promise Records.
8. Sidewalk Preacherman - The Ark
from the 1978 album "The Ark". (No Label)
9. Decisions - Children Of The Lamb
from the 1975 album "Children Of The Lamb" on Sandcastle Records.
10. Date Cuenta - Renacimiento
from the 1978 album "Renacimiente". (No Label)
11. Jesus Is My Great Shepherd - Paul Clark
from the 1973 album "Songs From The Savior Volume 2" on Sonrise Mercantile Records.
12. Put Your Spirit Inside Of Me – The Four Corner Gospel Experience
From the 1975 album "Praise Your Lord" on QCH Records.
Music known as "Jesus rock" or "Jesus psych", the synthesis of the Christian philosophy combined with heavy rock or psychedelic music, first saw the light of day in the late 1960's and was immediately pressed on vinyl. It didn't dent popular consciousness and was met with almost zero popularity in its infancy.
Over the years, astute collectors and music lovers began to realize that some of these records, almost all of which had been privately pressed in very small quantities with little to no promotion, contained some of the heaviest, catchiest, guitar-driven psych rock ever released.
Many of us feel that these early greatly talented, creative and innovative Jesus rock artists, which, sadly, have been overlooked and remain still relatively unknown, deserve to be heard. They broke the traditional mold of what Christian music should sound like and need to be known and recognized along with the well known rock artists and bands of the era.
This album presents twelve cuts of some of the best and sometimes heaviest obscure Jesus psych rock ever. Several tracks are from ultra-rare albums that are well-known to vinyl collectors, while others are from albums so obscure that only a few copies are known to exist.
Enjoy your fuzz drenched trip through "Electric Holyland"