Guerssen Records Guess-107
Long-time coming reissue of this massively heavy Christian psych legend recorded in 1978 and originally pressed in an edition of only 100 copies: legendary private press/real people psych dealer and Endless Boogie frontman Paul Major lists this as one of his all-time Top Five releases and it fully delivers on the hype with heady organ-driven eschatological hymns that combine the exuberant dooms of D.R. Hooker with the almost obligatory nod to Doors-style psychodrama and greasy biker duds that are a little more, uh, cocaine than gasoline, it is the late 70s after all, giving the whole Xian genre a touch of glitterball that reflects on the wastoid loungeland genius of Jade Stone & Luv as much as raw basement classics like Frolk Haven et al. Great endless/wayward fuzz jams that get all the way out coupled with goofy/inspired ‘F/X’ like wind across deserts and air raid sirens that give the whole deal the kinda epic/creepy Biblical aspect of Father Yod & Ya Ho Wha at their most thunderous. Beautifully presented with all-new liners and a ton of previously unknown info from ‘Lama’ himself, Mr Patrick Lundborg. Highly recommended!