In 1970 some close friends of Charles Manson recorded his collection of lost "desert music" songs as a statement of friendship and faith during his highly unconstitutional trial. The music on these two CDs was recorded while the women embroidered outside the courthouse. This classic acid folk-rock session features Steve Grogan (Clem) on vocals and guitar; ultra-ethereal female vocals from Brenda (Gold), Country Sue, and others; and Catherine Share (Gypsy) on violin with vastly improved sound over previous bootlegs. The second CD contains a never-released hour of unheard songs and radical alternate takes. The 20-page booklet contains unpublished photos and extremely focused liner notes by Manson, Blue, and Red.
"The will of God, whatever you wanna call it call it Jesus, call it Mohammed, call it your heart call it whatever you wanna call it. It's still music to me. It's there. It's the will of life." Charles Manson