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Father Yod And The Spirit Of '76



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2 stars This is not a review of the album All or Nothing At All, but a clarification about the songs & songwriters featured on this album produced in 1975. This album was a departure from the spontaneous music of Yahowa 13, to showcase individual songwriters. Take A Ride, Hurry Home, Party Song and Woman were all songs written by and performed by Les Adam (aka Rhythm). Home, Lady and Do Me were all written by Djin. The first track I Can ReadYour Mind was written by a brother called Nixa sung with Anastasia. Every Morning was written by my late husband, Tim Garon (aka Hom), but performed by Robin Baker (aka Ahom). The Great Woe was written by a brother called Zoroaster. I am not sure who wrote Different Dreams, and neither did Djin or Les Adam; who passed away in 2015, but who confirmed with me which were his songs. Although, Scott Arvin aka Electric can claim Renaissance as his song; he did not write Take A Ride; which he was incorrectly credited in the 2012 documentary about The Source Family.
WhisperAquarian | 2/5 |


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