Who is in my Temple
Clearly coming from 1960s’ folk but like classic UK outfits from this era, this is influenced by the music of other places and times. And like the late-60s folk from the British Isles, this is superior to most commercial folk from the US.
It’s mostly vocal cuts, a mix of originals and traditional songs, and also features a few instrumentals–including a wonderful mandolin/dulcimer rendering of Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy.”
The intimate basement sound makes this a window to another time, a view through a basement window to a candle-making collective trying to deal with the death of the 60s. It’s also a musical exploration of the innocent Boston beginnings of the Unitarian Universalists. Most important, it’s a rare gem for fans of folk music from this long-gone era. You can almost smell those sand candles burning.
— winch (author of…
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