Live at San Quentin is a bootleg album by American folk musician and convicted murder-conspirator Charles Manson, and was released on Grey Matter Records, in 1993. The album consists of live recordings produced by Manson directly from his cell in the California Medical Facility in 1983. As a result, the tracks suffer from poor sound quality, and various noises from the penitentiary interject throughout the album.
By: Charles Manson (1993, Rock). More albums from Charles Manson: Saints Are Hell On Earth by Charles Manson. Walking In The Truth by Charles Manson. Vantdraught 4 by Charles Manson. The Hallways Of The Always by Charles Manson. The Way Of The Wolf by Charles Manson. Just Fucking Around by Charles Manson. LIE: The Love And Terror Cult by Charles Manson. Inner Earth Inferno by Charles Manson. View all albums . Live At San Quentin. By: Charles Manson (1993, Rock). 1. Boxcar Willy And Big Bad Joe.
An hour of songs and improvisations recorded in his jail cell in 1983. Due to the improvised nature of this recording a conventional track listing is unsuitable. Track separation is provided at regular intervals to enable the listener to locate a particular segment.
Live at San Quentin is a bootleg album by American folk musician and convicted murder-conspirator Charles Manson, and was released on Grey Matter Records, in 1993. 1993 live album by Charles Manson. Live album by. Charles Manson.
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Artist: Charles Manson Title: Live At San Quentin Venue: Charles Manson’s Jail Cell Date: 1983 Label: Grey Matter Catalogue No: GM01CD Year: 1993. Mono Recordings of Charles Manson in his jail cell, 1983. If this interests you, you may also be interested in the studio recordings found here at Stadium Studios. Charles Manson - Lie: The Love Terror Cult (1974).
An hour of songs and improvisation recorded at the California Medical Facility (CMF) at Vacaville in Manson's jail cell, 1983. Cover art apes the Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds". Inside cover sleevenotes: "Mr and Mrs America - You are wrong. I am not the king of the Jews nor am I a hippie cult leader.
Charles Manson, one of the most notorious murderers of the 20th century, who was very likely the most culturally persistent and perhaps also the most inscrutable, died on Sunday in a hospital in Kern County, Calif. north of Los Angeles. He was 83 and had been behind bars for most of his life. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation announced his death in a news release. In accordance with federal and state privacy regulations, no cause was given; he had been hospitalized in January for intestinal bleeding but was ruled too frail to undergo surgery.