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Ya Ho Wha 13 - To The Principles For The Children album

Ya Ho Wha 13 - To The Principles For The Children album Performer: Ya Ho Wha 13
Title: To The Principles For The Children
Style: Avantgarde, Psychedelic Rock
Country: US
Size MP3: 1248 mb
Size FLAC: 1373 mb
Rating: 4.9
Format: FLAC WMA AUD TTA MMF AAC TTA

This album offers superb psychedelic jams - remembering at the old days only in parts and apparently modernized - not really comparable to the mind-blowing 70s mood where Father Yod dominated the songs with his voice and coolness. The band's special craziness has decreased a little bit in the meanwhile.

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.

I'm Gonna Take You Home is the second release published under the name Ya Ho Wha 13. It follows directly the musical and stylistical approach anticipated in their first masterpiece Penetration, An aquarian symphony. This is at the top of Father Yod's musical activity and a highly recommended album for those who love krautrock, savage psychedelic obscurities from the 60's to the early 70's. Songs, Tracks Listing 1. One (0:00) 2. Two (7:39) 3. Three (14:49) 4. Four (20:12) 5. Five (36:20).

The fifth Ya Ho Wha 13 album to be officially reissued by Swordfish, in their continuing series, licensed directly from the Source Foundation. Has the original artwork, 180gm vinyl and all new 2006-writen liner notes by Isis. This album was originally released by Higher Key around 1975. Yod spells it all out for you on three long cuts with crude acid-rock mixed with some more quiet moments, and even the Source Family children get to pay tribute to Father on the closing track. Another great sleeve with Yod in full millionaire gear heading for his Rolls on the front and dressed up as Santa Claus on the flip. The family believed that the only thing that attracts people in LA is money, which explains the show-offy nature of these mid-period releases. Patrick Lundborg/Acid Archives. High-quality 180-gram vinyl pressing.

Ya Ho Wha without the vowels and spaces reduces to YHWH, the tetragrammaton. The band recorded nine LPs full of their extreme psychedelic sound with tribal drums and distorted guitars, some of which were completely unrehearsed jam sessions, others which contained more conventional rock songs. Similar Bands: Father Yod And The Spirit Of '76, The Jimi Hendrix Experience.

Penetration an aquarian symphony ya ho wha 13 full album. I m gonna take you home ya ho wha 13 1974. To the Principles, For the Children (1974), recorded at the Father House garage. The Operetta (1975), not released until the 2000s. By the end of 1974, the Source Family had tried to move to Hawaii but were met with hostility, which forced them to temporarily relocate to Northern California before eventually returning. This album was recorded during that time and the tension is apparent. It has been described as a more personalized, painfully vulnerable collection of songs. This long-lost final opus of Ya Ho Wha with Father’s participation was recently released by Swordfish Records

Tracklist

A Untitled 16:00
B Untitled 10:35

Credits

  • Bass – Sunflower*
  • Drums – Octavius*
  • Guitar – Djin*

Notes

Colour xerox of original cover are glued to a white cover. Higher Key Records labels look official.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: KEY 001 AI PR-M A
  • Matrix / Runout: KEY 001 BI PR-M B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HKR 3309 Ya Ho Wha 13 To The Principles, For The Children ‎(LP, Album) Higher Key Records HKR 3309 US 1975
YHVHLP6 Ya Ho Wha 13 To The Principles, For The Children ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE) Swordfish Records YHVHLP6 UK 2006
KEY 001 Ya Ho Wha 13 To The Principles For The Children ‎(LP, Album, RE) Higher Key Records KEY 001 US Unknown

Tracklist

A Untitled 16:00
B Untitled 10:35

Credits

  • Bass – Sunflower*
  • Drums – Octavius*
  • Guitar – Djin*

Notes

Colour xerox of original cover are glued to a white cover. Higher Key Records labels look official.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout etching): KEY 001 AI PR-M
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout etching): KEY 001 BI PR-M
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HKR 3309 Ya Ho Wha 13 To The Principles, For The Children ‎(LP, Album) Higher Key Records HKR 3309 US 1975
YHVHLP6 Ya Ho Wha 13 To The Principles, For The Children ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE) Swordfish Records YHVHLP6 UK 2006
KEY 001 Ya Ho Wha 13 To The Principles For The Children ‎(LP, Album, RE) Higher Key Records KEY 001 US Unknown


User reviews
INvait
This is not a review of the album, but rather a clarification for anyone interested in who is singing the very last song on the album, along with the accompanying voices of children. The very last song on this album was written by Tim Garon (aka Aladdin, Hom), also he is singing and playing guitar; and he was leading the small group of children who were in the family at the time to sing along. Although, he is given no creds on the album as this was a Yahowha 13 album and since he didn't actually perform with them; they felt it wasn't necessary to acknowledge him. But, now after 40 years I felt it was time that people knew whose song that belonged to.