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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JOE WISE

He Has Come (Fontaine House 31820) 1977   A meditative album of acoustic Christmas songs. Classical guitarist John Pell’s arrangements...

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JOE WISE

More simple gentle moody expressions backed by acoustic guitar, piano, flute, strings and backup singers. Nice guitar work from John...

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Many of the same participants as Welcome In, with a similar sound. ‘Here Is My Life’, ‘Die With Us’, ‘A...

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ELLIS AND LYNCH

Another collection of stirring songs, the highlight being the lovely mysterious folk/psych ballad ‘Hymn To The Father’. Several examples of...

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JOE WISE

Mellow acoustic songs, sometimes expanded to include flute, piano, violin, percussion and string orchestration. Several musicians and backup singers assisting...

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Watch With Me begins to leave the primitive low-budget tone of his first three albums behind with significantly improved production...

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Wise’s collection of secular covers carries more of a light rock beat that his other recordings. Includes interesting renditions of...

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CRIMSON

Crimson – 1983           Notes on the record: This album came as a result of Teri...

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A New Day is back in the same banjo-and-singers format as Gonna Sing My Lord, brisk selections alternating with slow...

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