Founded in 1973 in the Los Angeles area, Ya Ho Wha 13, otherwise known as Ya Ho Wa 13 or Yahowha 13, is a psychedelic rock band fronted by Father Yod, spiritual leader of a religious cult/commune called the Source Family. Ya Ho Wha without the vowels and spaces reduces to YHWH, the tetragrammaton.
Father Yod himself, for the first time, did not appear on the record (although he's on the cover), and the haphazard psychedelic improv of the previous three Father Yod outings had vanished. The preponderance of piano ballads leads one to believe that Neil Young's "After the Gold Rush" was a serious hit around the Yod camp.
All Or Nothing At All 1974. FATHER YOD AND THE SPIRIT OF '76 Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download). FATHER YOD AND THE SPIRIT OF '76 Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc). This album was a departure from the spontaneous music of Yahowa 13, to showcase individual songwriters. Take A Ride, Hurry Home, Party Song and Woman were all songs written by and performed by Les Adam (aka Rhythm). Home, Lady and Do Me were all written by Djin. The first track I Can ReadYour Mind was written by a brother called Nixa sung with Anastasia
Father Yod was a 1970s cult leader who fronted the experimental psych rock band, Ya Ho Wha 13 and owned The Source, a raw vegetarian eatery on the Sunset Strip. The Source was a hit with Hollywood A-listers and staffed with members of Father Yod’s spiritual family of 140 who lived communally with Father Yod and his 14 wives in a rented three-bedroom house in the Hollywood Hills. Father Yod’s conspicuous absence is felt on Ya Ho Wha 13’s Savage Sons of Ya Ho Wha and the Spirit of ’76 album, All Or Nothing At All. Savage Sons of Ya Ho Wha marks the musical debut of Source member, Electron, whose strutting, tripped-out sinister funk number, Fire In The Sky is one of the album’s highlights while All Or Nothing At All offers a swift departure from other Spirit of ’76 albums with a gentler Southern California folk rock sound and tighter compositions from Djin, and Rhythm.
All or Nothing at All (album). All or Nothing at All is a studio album by Billie Holiday, recorded in 1956 and 1957 and released by Verve Records in 1958. A later 2 CD re-issue combined all of the tracks from this and two other Holiday albums recorded at the same time, Body and Soul and Songs for Distingué Lovers, with two additional bonus tracks taken from the same recording sessions. Album cover art is by David Stone Martin.
All or Nothing At All. Pharoah Sanders. All or Nothing at All. Sara Gazarek. Bobby Caldwell. I Can Read Your Mind. Father Yod And The Spirit Of '76. 3:59. 3:20. 4:37.
This album CONTRACTION is the second release of the year and the third overall after their 73 debut. This is very much a product of its time when communes and religious cults were sprouting up like daisies in a horse pasture. FATHER YOD was the charismatic leader who kept his following up in the Hollywood Hills but while most cult activities are fairly obscure and well, occult, this group was happy to record this music and release it to the public albeit in small numbers at the time. Father Yod and the Spirit of ‘76 Kohoutek (1973) Contraction (1974) Expansion (1974) All or Nothing at All (1974) Father Yod does not participate on All or Nothing at All, unlike the previous three albums released under this incarnation, in which his chanting and singing vocals are prominent. Ya Ho Wa 13. Ya Ho Wa 13 (1974), recorded at the Father House garage. Наша группа VK Загрузить мой плейлист Вк.
Her father did not live with her mother, not long after Eleanora was born, Clarence abandoned his family to pursue a career as a jazz banjo player and guitarist. Sarah moved to Philadelphia at age 19, after she was evicted from her parents home in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood of Baltimore, for becoming pregnant. An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc, vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolve. arly record albums were multiple 78rpm discs packaged in book form, like a photograph album.