Mission Earth is an album with words and music written by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. The album was produced and arranged by Edgar Winter, who also performed on it. L. Ron Hubbard left detailed instructions and audio tapes for the musicians and producers to follow when making this album, which was released posthumously for Hubbard. Edgar described Mission Earth as "both a return to rock’s primal roots and yet highly experimental".
Mission Earth (LP, Album). Rhino Records (2), CTE GmbH. R1 70709, lp 6730113-1.
Tracklist: 1. Mission Earth, 2. Treacherous Love, 3. Bang-Bang, 4. Teach Me, 5. Cry Out (Marching Song Of The Protesters), 6. Just A Kid, 7. The Spacer’s Lot, 8. Joy City. More albums from Edgar Winter: People Music by Edgar Winter. Jazzin’ The Blues by Edgar Winter. Jasmine Nightdreams by Edgar Winter. Standing On Rock by Edgar Winter. Entrance by Edgar Winter. Not A Kid Anymore by Edgar Winter. Rebel Road by Edgar Winter. Winter Blues by Edgar Winter. View all albums . Mission Earth.
The hands-down choice as the golden turkey of Edgar Winter's career, Mission Earth builds on the theme he began establishing with several of the tracks on Standing on Rock. An admirable attempt at a sci-fi space-rock opera, the LP fails to blend the music with the theme, making for an almost unlistenable release.
The Edgar Winter Album (Vinyl) 1979. Jasmine Nightdreams 1975.
Mission Earth is an album with words and music written by Scientology founder L. Winter had glowing words for Hubbard when he wrote, "Ron's technical insight of the recording process was outstanding.
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Edgar Holland Winter (born December 28, 1946) is an American rock and blues musician. He is known for being a t - keyboardist, guitarist, saxophonist and percussionist - as well as a singer. His success peaked in the 1970s with his band, The Edgar Winter Group, and their popular songs "Frankenstein" and "Free Ride". On the 2010–11 tour, Winter would play with Rick Derringer again. Winter also produced, arranged, and performed on the album Mission Earth (1986). This album's words and music were written by Scientology founder L. Hubbard is said to have left detailed instructions and audio tapes for the musicians and producers to follow when making the album. Winter described Mission Earth as "both a return to rock's primal roots and yet highly experimental.