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2.00 | 3 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1974

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. I Can Read Your Mind (4:00)
2. Home (3:22)
3. Take A Ride (3:39)
4. Every Morning (4:37)
5. Renaissance (6:43)
6. Party Song (2:16)
7. Hurry Home (1:28)
8. Different Dreams (2:33)

Bonus tracks:
9. Lady (3:46)
10. Do Me (2:28)
11. Woman (3:20)
12. The great woe (2:41)

Line-up / Musicians

Sunflower Aquarian / bass guitar
Octavius Aquarian / drums
Djin Aquarian / guitar

Releases information

Higher Key Records
Captain Trip CD reissue with bonus

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Review by philippe
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2 stars If the eccentric-mesmeric psych rock project Ya Ho Wha 13 deserves the attention of all prog listeners, Father Yod and the Spirit of the '76 is just a curiosity for absolute fans of the guru and his spiritual tribe. Father Yod and the Spirit of the '76 is the first Father Yod musical incarnation. It features the usual gallery of musicians with the omnipresent and creative Djin Aquarian on guitars. This album has been published by the Source Family but curiously Father Yod is absent of the recording sessions. Moreover we can hardly perceive the influence of his auratic mystical splendor on the album. Conceptually his peaceful and enthusiastic philosophy is supposed to remain an inspired guide for the musicians. Musically speaking this is utterly disappointed. All or Nothing at all figures among the less interesting and less absorbing albums from Father Yod. To sum up things, it is a vague, passable collection of acid folk-ish songs with ponctual na´ve pop accents and soft melodic airs. Father Yod's haunted-cathartic ceremonials and darkly lyseric psych jams have gone in order to let the place to standardised, mediocre and pseudo romantic hippie [&*!#]s.

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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 ... (read more)

Report this review (#1425824) | Posted by WhisperAquarian | Wednesday, June 10, 2015 | Review Permanlink

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