Random Pick! Charles Manson-"Lie: The Love and Terror Cult" Red Vinyl


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Reissue of "Charles Manson's Sings", originally released as "Lie: The Love and Terror Cult" in 1970. Charles Manson visited New York City in the early '60s with his guitar and his songs in a vain search for recognition. Later, he had better luck in Beverly Hills, where famous musicians let him use their studio to produce this album. He has vocal backup from the women of the ''family''.
During a stay in a San Francisco prison, he met a fellow inmate and gave him the
album to release. While Manson was being tried and convicted of participation in
his notorious murder spree, the government attempted to discredit the hippie
movement by citing him as an example, hoping to stem the rising tide of anger
among the population over the war in Vietnam. This album has achieved cult status
among connoisseurs of '60s folk-rock.

Charles Manson - lead vocals,rhythm guitar, tympani

Bobby Beausoleil - electric guitar

Paul Watkins -French horn

Catherine Shore - violin

Dianne Lake - recorder

Steve Grogan - electric bass

Mary Brunner - flute, vocals on ''People Say I'm No Good''

Nancy Pittman - vocals on ''Arkansas''

Sandra Good, Catherine Share, Lynette Fromme, Nancy Pittman and Cho-Cho - backup vocals.

Presented here on red vinyl.