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Monday, May 7, 2018

Sam Waymon - Ganja & Hess (1973, soundtrack)

A1.  Intro
A2.  The Blood Of The Thing (part 1)
A3.  The Blood Of The Thing (part 2) Shadow Of The Cross
A4.  Bongili Work Song #1 (Myrthian Dreams)
A5.  Hess Is Stabbed
A6.  March Blues (Sung By Mabel King)
A7.  You've Got To Learn To Let It Go (Instrumental)
A8.  Bongili Work Song #2
A9.  Survival Drive
A10.  Bongili Work Song #3
A11.  The Seduction (amalgam)
B1.  Intro (Reprise) - You've Got To Learn To Let It Go
B2.  You've Got To Learn To Let It Go (Church Version)
B3.  Just As I Am (Evangel Revival)
B4.  The Blood Of The Thing (reprise)
B5.  Resurrection
B6.  There Is A Fountain Filled With Blood
B7.  You've Got To Learn To Let It Go (Studio Version)

Bonus Tracks
B8.  Bongili Work Song (Original Version)
B9.  Theme From Blood Couple

Release Notes ​
  • First ever release on ANY format
  • Strictly limited to 1000 copies worldwide (color vinyl), comes with Obi Strip
  • Original soundtrack composed by Nina Simone’s brother: Sam Waymon
  • Comes with insert featuring unseen pictures and liner notes