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Jeremy Spencer And The Children ‎– Jeremy Spencer And The Children ( Rare )

Jeremy Spencer And The Children ‎– Jeremy Spencer And The Children ( Rare )

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Jeremy Spencer And The Children ‎– Jeremy Spencer And The Children ( Rare ) 1972

Label & Ser # ~ Columbia ‎– KC 31990

Format ~ 1- lps , 10 tracks, Black Vinyl, 12-inch , 33 rpm, LP.
Year of release ~ 1972
Country Manufactured ~Canada
Genre / Style:Rock, Folk, World, & Country Style: Folk Rock

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) 8 in cello / punch hole 
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10

Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side # 1 - 10
Side # 2 - 10
excellent condition
BIN # 23

Jeremy Spencer and the Children is an album by British blues rock musician Jeremy Spencer, who was a member of Fleetwood Mac from 1967 to 1971. Released in 1972, this is his second solo album although it was credited to Jeremy Spencer and the Children, referring to his band made up of members of the Children of God (Family International) organisation.

After leaving Fleetwood Mac while on tour in the United States in February 1971, Spencer joined the Children of God and has remained with the organisation ever since. The band toured in the US and released a single "Can You Hear the Song" / "The World in Her Heart" to accompany this album. The lyrics were heavily religious, with references to the love of God, finding purpose in life within Christianity, along with anti-war themes and apocalypticism.

Although this was the first recording for which Spencer dropped his mimicry and parody of 1950s music andElmore James blues tunes, he nevertheless continued to show his talent for drawing inspiration from other styles of music. Influences from many contemporary sources can be heard, such as The Byrds, The Beatles,Jefferson Airplane and Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Spencer has often stated in interviews that he was unhappy with the poor production quality on the album, once declaring, "It was just like mud."[2] It has never been released on CD, and Spencer has said that the master recordings were lost in a fire many years ago, but recently he expressed an interest in reworking some of the songs


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