A rare private pressing by a folk rock band/commune dedicated to the Baha Faith. It's been described as fragile and heartfelt folk rock and this is accurate, but it's very minor stuff in my opinion. All I hear is sincere, naive, acoustic folk with unambiguous religious/devotional lyrics sung by a reasonably talented male singer. It is very hard to hear anything special in it. It's collectability seems largely due to its scarcity and dealer hype.
Jack Costello and Guide DeVito, both ex Granny's Intentions, may have contributed to this album.
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