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This is the very debut album by US Hippie Jesus bunch,
who later recorded an LP in UK for Myrrh and were on "Lonesome Stone" LP!
This one is their debut album recorded here in Finland 1972,
and is more primitive, heavy psychedelic, more basement feel with great organ sound!
An absolutely must for all friends "ALL SAVED FREAK BAND" and other freak / dope
Jesus-music lovers! And fans of Top Psychedelic music lovers too!
And the title is not miss-spelled here. Jeesus-rock! is a Finnish word ford Jesus-Rock.
They do even sing couple of tracks here in Finnish!
And I think, you can find "Multitudes" track on both their albums,
but this one is really heavy psychedelic basement feel!
This is one of the most RAREST gospel / Xian music Lps, really!
You can LISTEN and READ more about this one:
at one-way.org/jesusmusic/index.html CHOOSE AN ARTIST > SHEEP:
"Group of Americans that transplanted to England and somehow ended up wandering into
Finland to record and release this ultra-obscurity.
Yep, it's the same Sheep that went on to record Lonesome Stone and the self-titled lp
on the Myrrh UK label.
And no, the album title is not misspelled - that's because it's in Finnish,
as are all the liner notes and 4 of the 10 songs.
Actually the cover lists the band name as "Karitsat", Finnish for sheep.
Group of Americans (six male, one female) that transplanted to England
and somehow ended up wandering into Finland to record and release this ultra-obscurity.
Yep, it’s the same Sheep that went on to record Lonesome Stone and the self-titled lp on
the Myrrh UK label. And no, the album title is not misspelled – that’s because it’s in Finnish,
as are all the liner notes and four of the ten songs.
Actually the cover lists the band name as “Karitsat”, Finnish for sheep.
The organ/electric-guitar sound here is similar to that on the Myrrh lp,
but since this is a much more low-budget effort there’s more of
a primitive underground feel (which in turn means greater appeal for the private-press
psych collector).
Good west-coast hippie vibes, not just on plugged-in tracks like ‘Multitudes’
(which is also covered on their Myrrh lp),
‘Gathered’ and the slow-churning ‘Jesus Christ Is Lord’,
but also on folkier acoustic selections like ‘Turn Us Again’.
Songs in Finnish include ‘Oh Happy Day’, ‘Jeesus Rakastaa’,
‘Tramp On The Street’ and a hard-rock version of ‘A Mighty Fortress’
(here called ‘Jumala Ompi Linnamme’).
Enjoy the music and expand your culture at the same time.
(The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).

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