|We Got Love|
|Heaven & Earth|
|Don't Let Him Take Away Your Mind|
|You're My Precious Someone|
|The Dead Don't Die Alive|
|Don't Let Him Take Away Your Mind (Impact Version)|
|Why Don't You Trust In Me|
|Waterloo At Watergate|
|Come To The Feast|
|Cruising Central Ave|
|You Don't Stand A Chance (Part 1)|
|You Don't Stand A Chance (Part 2)|
|The Dead Don't Die Alive (Instrumental)|
|Waterloo At Watergate (Instrumental)|
|NA 5124||4th Coming||Strange Things: 1970 - 1974 (2xLP, Comp)||Now-Again Records||NA 5124||US||2015|
|NA-5124-CD, NA 5124||4th Coming||Strange Things 1970 - 1974 (CD, Comp)||Now-Again Records, Now-Again Records||NA-5124-CD, NA 5124||US||2015|
Actually, the 4th Coming never did release a full album (only a handful of singles) during their brief existence, but thanks to the efforts of some dedicated crate diggers, we are lucky to have this CD of their VERY rare recordings, and truly wonderful ones they are! . As with so many good to great bands of the 1970s, 4th Coming broke up soon after these recordings and never got the proper attention or respect that they deserved.
Strange Things 1970-1974 brings together a selection of long lost cuts from 4th Coming, an LA-based band formed around the core songwriting duo of Jechonias ‘Jack’, ‘JS’ Williams and his former brother-in-law, Henry ‘Hank’ Porter.
Hosted by African American comic actor Flip Wilson, this show featured skits, music and frequent appearances by "Geraldine Jones" (really Flip Wilson in drag). Title: Flip (1970–1974).
4th Coming - Strange Things (The Complete Works, 1970 - 1974) 01 4th Coming - We Got Love. flac 02 4th Coming - Take Time. 08 4th Coming - You're My Precious Someone. 09 4th Coming - The Dead Don't Die Alive.
When 4th Coming records surfaced in the ’90s, they were often disregarded as novelty. And some of their records were so rare that it took until the late ‘00s for them to reemerge, after the sinking of their initial pressing runs. And now, Strange Things, a thrilling listen, a mysterious trove of recordings made possible by an open minded and well-funded indie impresario - Furth - which document a very real and very weird Los Angeles of the past.
All Things Must Pass (1970) - George Harrison 46. Unknown Pleasures (1979) - Joy Division 47. Live at the Fillmore East (1971) - The Allman Brothers Band 4. Hunky Dory (1971) - David Bowie 59. Exodus (1977) - Bob Marley & the Wailers 60. Court and Spark (1974) - Joni Mitchell 61. In Rock (1970) - Deep Purple 62. The Stranger (1977) - Billy Joel 63.
Strange Days is the second studio album by American rock band the Doors, released on September 25, 1967 by Elektra Records. The album was a commercial success, reaching number 3 on the US Billboard 200, and eventually earning RIAA platinum certification. The album contains the Top 30 hit singles "People Are Strange" and "Love Me Two Times".
The 1970s unfurled as a paradox of both striking diversity and remarkable coherence: From high-concept prog nerds and high-octane guitar solo to high-heeled glam-rockers and rough-and-ready punks, the decade saw the rise and dominance of the tement.