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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FAMILY (Australia)

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BOB AND BERNIE

Guitar chums Bob Harmelink and Bernie Torrence’s custom albums sometimes have the flavor of Dogwood’s easygoing country folk-rock, while dipping...

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WEDGWOOD TRIO, THE

With two acoustic guitars, upright bass, sometimes banjo, ultra-conservative coat-and-tie looks, flawless soothing harmonies and a repertoire of old-time standards,...

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JOHN SMYLIE

Vermont folk-singer of Episcopal persuasion with a wholesome delicate acoustic style that’s like a drink from a cool fresh stream....

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THE JOHN CARLSON BAND

I have deactivated the link to The John Carlson Band. I have something in the works and will be restoring...

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SPIRIT OF TRUTH

Jesus Is has a greater emphasis on Fender Rhodes and electric guitar, making for a sound that approaches disco on...

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MIKE HAUN

Mike’s stirring Gordon Lightfoot-ish vocals set the perfect tone on this deserving solo effort of authentic acoustic rock steeped in...

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STEPHEN ALEXANDERSEN

Let The Music Move Me (White Horse WHR 1001) 1977                   When...

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SETTLERS, THE

Classy British folk foursome looking smashingly groovadelic with their shoulder-length mop tops, white suits and pink ties (the guys) and...

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NEW CALIFORNIANS, THE

One of them co-ed “now sounds” deals with the typical blather about “young people doing their own thing in their...

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