Welcome to The Ancient Star Song. Here you will find a variety of genres (acid, blues, British beat, country, folk, gospel, honky tonk, jazz, progressive, psychedelic, rock ), from a variety of places around the world, recorded between the mid 60's and the early 80's, all with one commonality - the person and work of Jesus Christ. A call to follow Jesus was a central evangelical theme running through these albums. I hope you enjoy the music. If you are new to this site you can see look for albums by criteria on the categories page or by searching below .

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DILLER AND ANDERSON

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KEN GAUB AND ETERNITY EXPRESS

Hit and miss double album sounds like a hodgepodge sampling of their varied career, from Dad/Ken’s Southern gospel beginnings to...

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ETERNITY

See review under Eternity Express II. This was their first record.        diakoneo

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EVERLASTING PRAISE

Although the electric guitar is virtually unnoticeable on this one, the results are equally good and the overall charm of...

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EVERLASTING SABBATH

Another stirring first-rate example of the melodic Catholic acoustic style, presented by a talented male/female group of six, with such...

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EXODUS ( Germany)

Good German rock outfit with a melodic progressive-edged style close to the Peter Janssens albums or sometimes even Eden, but...

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EXODUS

A fine little unpretentious album of folk originals featuring the harmonies of two guys and two girls, accompanied by a...

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NORMAN EZELL

One of them pure and simple country folk kinda guys. Norman plays acoustic guitar and harmonica and wrote all the...

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NORMAN EZELL

Good rustic stripped-to-the-bone folk custom featuring just the man and his guitar. Ten original songs with titles like ‘Good Ship...

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BOB FABING

Very pretty melodic Catholic folk sounds, the type you typically find on the early World Library and FEL labels. Nice...

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