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This is more or less the same outfit that recorded With Skins And Steel and Some Young Carpenter under the...

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WILLARD F. JABUSCH

See the review under Enter In The Wilderness. diakoneo

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WILLARD F. JABUSCH

World Library had long since ditched the primitive Catholic folk medium by this time. Enter In The Wilderness instead reflects...

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MIKE JONCAS

A truly precious folk 1p, one of the best on this fine label. While many early World Library albums have...

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10:15

A rather quaint folk lp from three male and two female Jesus people types posing in front of some graffiti-cluttered...

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JAMES V. MARCHIONDA

Canticle  (World Library  7890)  1980       Same thing going on here but to an even greater degree, the...

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DANIEL KRIKSTON

Come My Friends  (World Library  WLSM-30-M)  1967?       In the tradition of Paul Quinlan’s Glory Bound, Daniel Kirkston...

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GREGORY MILLER

Join Hands, My Brothers  (World Library  WLSM-19-M)  1968?     Another example of that stone-age priest-with-guitars folk style in this...

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JACK MIFFLETON

Some Young Carpenter (World Library FR-2242-SM)  1970   “Some young carpenter has risen, they say, there’s hope today.” On this...

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