Our Father, Our King - The Electric Prunes - Release Of An Oath (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. The second album done by David Axelrod for The Electric Prunes – and arguably the best! The album's a bit unusual, in that none of the original Prunes were actually working on the session – and instead, Axlerod's almost fully at the helm – putting together the set in a way that's quite similar to his own solo albums over at Capitol! As with those, there's a .
  2. The Electric Prunes Release Of An Oath US Promo vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. Kol Nidre 2. Holy Are You 3. General Confessional 4. Individual Confessional 5. Our Father, Our King 6. The Adoration 7. Closing Hymn: Condition: This item is in Excellent condition or better (unless it says otherwise in the above.
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  5. Starting with their self-titled release featuring “I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night),” The Electric Prunes made four fantastic albums for the Reprise label in the space of two years, but by the time they made Release of an Oath, the last of the four, not a single member of the original band was birddelodlinanhuyflunimimmaygbokvis.coinfo two key individuals were still in the fold.
  6. Apr 14,  · 78 videos Play all Top Tracks - The Electric Prunes The Electric Prunes - Topic Electric Prunes: "Benedictus" - Mass in F Minor - Duration: swood33 14, views.
  7. Aug 23,  · This was a very long awaited release for me. I bought the original LP when new in , my senior year in high school. Through the years I have worn out three copies of that piece of vinyl. I first bought it because of the groups previous album The Electric Prunes: I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night). Was I ever surprised to hear what was /5(12).
  8. The second album on which composer David Axelrod and producer Dave Hassinger usurped the name of the Electric Prunes (the band which recorded "I Had Too Much Too Dream Last Night" had long since split -- their names and likenesses are nowhere to be found on this LP) is much less notorious than its predecessor, Mass in F birddelodlinanhuyflunimimmaygbokvis.coinfo is a shame, because it's actually the better album .

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