AZ L4P1 33 BASS PLAYERS poem download from King Solomon's Temple by American Zen

AZ L4P1 33 BASS PLAYERS poem download from King Solomon's Temple by American Zen SFR057dm05 Instant Download Price
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33 BASS PLAYERS was written by Coyote about auditioning 33 bass players in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1992.  Although he found a few good bass players, the Mormons weren’t allowed to join his band and the Jewish bassist fled back to New York.

 

This song is from the album, LEVEL 4 = KING FU COWBOY Part 1.  The rock opera story is called, KING SOLOMON'S TEMPLE.  


Record producer, Richard Del Connor, realized during the recordings, that this album had several references to King Solomon's Temple, but it was still about the life and times of THE HIPPY COYOTE, of American Zen.


In May, 2010, PART 1 became KING SOLOMON'S TEMPLE and the mixing was completed.  Coyote recorded the voices of Jubila, Jubilo, and Jubilum, the murderers, along with vocals for King Solomon, King Tyre, and Hiram Abif.


All instruments and vocals by The Hippy Coyote except for song, "ELAINE," from the COYOTE IN A GRAVEYARD rock opera recorded in 1989.  


Produced by Richard Del Connor  for Shaolin Records.


Previous spiritual LEVELS of American Zen:

LEVEL 3 = I WANT YOU TO LOVE ME

LEVEL 2 = CHRIST KILLER

LEVEL 1 = PEACE OF MIND


Visit the americanZEN.org website for more information about American Zen and their 8 LEVEL spiritual journey to Nirvana.

33 BASS PLAYERS was written by Coyote about auditioning 33 bass players in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1992. Although he found a few good bass players, the Mormons weren’t allowed to join his band and the Jewish bassist fled back to New York.
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