Sunday, September 30, 2007

Farm Band -st(Mantra),2LP,1972,USA




This RARE 2-LP set was made by Jesus freak / hippie guru Stephen Gaskin and the Tennessee Commune. Hippie Folk Psych music with fine lead guitar work.This hippie commune performs some long drugged out psychedelic jams. If you enjoy The Grateful Dead live/dead lp , you are sure to enjoy this.
get it here

11 comments:

Jim said...

OH MY GOD !!!!!!!!


Completely amazing

Considering this, alongside the incredible Homegas recording on Takoma... I say, bring back the communes!!!!

I always did mean to go and stay with the Quakers....

facehunter said...

Something is wrong with the uploadpage, very strange messag there

sno man said...

i tried to download but kept getting this error message, perhaps the link is bad?


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greg davis said...

any chance of getting a working link for the album? id really love to hear it. thanks. *

Jeff said...

any chance of getting a working link for the album? id really love to hear it. thanks. *

Try again. It's been downloaded more than 300 times.

chuck said...

fun record. thanks for the post.

jake said...

dude, this commune is still going strong, a few good friends of mine grew up there and we visit often. they make really good soy ice cream. thanks for posting this, i look foreward to hearing it!

Brent said...

Absolutely epic! The Polyphonic Spree totally ripped these people off.

Fuzzbox said...

fantastic !!!!
big big thanks for sharing this gemstone!

peace, fuzzbox

Anonymous said...

indeed the farm still goes strong...they also published some book-gems imo

this one is definatly a nice christmas attention haha


ikke
belgium

Anonymous said...

Great stuff - thanks for posting!