• Jeremiah Sand: Lift It Down (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl LP
  • Jeremiah Sand: Lift It Down (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl LP
  • Jeremiah Sand: Lift It Down (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl LP

Jeremiah Sand
Lift It Down (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl LP

Sacred Bones Records

↳ lost recordings of religious cult leader Jeremiah Sand, immortalized in Panos Cosmatos' Mandy (2018)

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"In 1974, Jeremiah Sand and his nascent cult The Children Of The New Dawn decamp LA for the Shasta Mountain region and Redding, CA. They set up shop, begin printing leaflets, hold gatherings and start growing their ranks through recruitment. A few years prior to assembling his flock, Sand had self produced and released an album of psych-folk that was unremarkable in almost every way, save for the unrelenting vanity and egoism on display in the lyrics. The commercial failure of the album became the catalyst for Sand to leave Southern California and settle in a place where his "truth" would be "received by pure and open hearts". By mid 1974, the Children have grown in rank and Jeremiah becomes obsessed with recording "his masterpiece"...a musical message to the world, communicating a “Truth” that only he has been given spiritual access to. This project becomes the central focus of the Children. His lieutenant Brother Swann overhears that there is a small recording studio just North of the city. He arrives one day at the reception with a large gym bag full of cash and instructs the owner to cancel all sessions on the books. Tents and rough structures appear on the surrounding property as the Children make the studio and its grounds their new home. A disgraced professor from the Electro Acoustic Music program at Evergreen state arrives with a full Buchla system he's 'liberated' from the university, Jeremiah is entranced by it and for a few weeks the only sounds coming from the studio are blasts of atonal, corroded noise underpinned by ominous chanting. By the Spring of 1977, the entire session has broken down into hallucinogen and cocaine fueled chaos. Bad vibrations. In 2018, wildfires rip through Redding, CA and burns it to the ground. No one knows who originally took the tapes out of the charred ruin of the studio but in a few months, a very strange album is making the rounds in the more esoteric circles of the underground. The album is by turns: amateurish, haunting, deranged, ridiculous and (for those attuned to these things) filled with crackling negative psychic energies. So much so that Light In The Attic flat out refuses to reissue it. Eventually, it lands in our lap and we decide to restore the audio and give it a general release all in the name of preserving a historical document of a very weird place and a very weird time." - Sacred Bones

  • lost recordings of religious cult leader Jeremiah Sand, immortalized in Panos Cosmatos' Mandy (2018)
  • purple colored vinyl
  • housed in gatefold sleeve w/ extensive liner notes by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge
  • printed inner sleeve
  • limited edition
  • music label: Sacred Bones Records 2020

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