BARNABAS - FIND YOUR HEART A HOME (Vinyl)

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  • Vinyl VG++
  • Jacket VG++
  • LS-5840 Light Records

Originally released on Tunesmith in 1982, Light Record released this along with all the other Tunesmith releases on their own label, however there is no mention of the date anywhere. This is their second album.

Condition: Sleeve is VG++ and Record is Near Mint. No marks or issues of any kind.

This second album finds Barnabas losing Monte Cooley and gaining two guitarists, Mick Donner and Kris Brauminger, who play quite proficiently. Keyboards become a staple element due to bassist Mann’s love for full arrangements. Find Your Heart A Home has a myriad of rock variation, from the hard rollicking to the blues-infused bit of funkiness.

Drummer Kris Klingensmith shows a growing maturity in his lyrics. Swordsman and Way Of Destruction are a couple progressive rockers that still sound stellar even after repeated listening. The album ends off with the memorable Southern Woman, reminiscent of Jefferson Starship at their finest. A solid album; consistent yet diversified.

ABOUT THE ALBUM

This second album finds Barnabas losing Monte Cooley and gaining two guitarists, Mick Donner and Kris Brauminger, who play quite proficiently. Keyboards become a staple element due to bassist Mann?s love for full arrangements. Find Your Heart A Home has a myriad of rock variation, from the hard rollicking to the blues-infused and even a bit of funkiness.

Drummer Kris Klingensmith shows a growing maturity in his lyrics. From The Conflict Of Desire:

"Fornicate with millions through the lens of

the camera eye, Open wide for children as

they stand in the grocery line. Get it on with

pictures till the loneliness goes away,

Disbelieving anyone knows?.The holy life

eludes us, a mirage upon upon the sand,

The passions that torment us, we

jump at their command. Like the tiny

fragrant flower that traps the hungry fly, To

set our soul on things below will choke us

til we die."

Swordsman and Way Of Destruction are a couple progressive rockers that still sound stellar even after repeated listening. The album ends off with the memorable Southern Woman, reminiscent of Jefferson Starship at their finest. A solid album; consistent yet diversified.

TRACKLIST

  1. Find Your Heart A Home
  2. The Conflict Of Desire
  3. Way To Destruction
  4. Boogie Tyme
  5. Swordsman
  6. Southern Woman
  7. Star

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