Spirit space literally took you to a new world…it clearly showed that we have multiple lives and we are responsible for our own choices and how each lifetime teaches us to better ourselves, through positive thinking and connecting our lives with the universe. So when we move forward we learn from them in order to pass on to the next dimension. The film gave an excellent graphic representation of the theory and was backed by actual facts, which makes it very solid. I highly recommend it to anyone who's searching for answers to why we are on this planet.
Newly re-mastered, this anthology features all of Spirit’s recordings for the Ode and Epic labels between 1968 and 1972 and notably includes the entire mono mix of the band’s self-titled debut album (appearing on CD for the first time), the complete soundtrack to the film The Model Shop, along with original 1968 stereo mix of The Family That Plays Together, associated out-takes, singles and alternate mixes undertaken in 1991 for the Time Circle compilation. It Shall Be also includes an illustrated booklet with essay by Malcolm Dome featuring archive interviews with Randy California and Ed Cassidy.
While the first “Fahrt ins Blaue” (journey into the blue/unknown) album from ACT in 2016 offered classy songs for chilling, a great place just to hang out and relax, the new album “FiB II - groovin' in the spirit of jazz” leads us straight out onto the dance floor. From the moment it opens up, with funky jazz, gritty blues and bucketloads of soul, this compilation sets the tone for a night of partying.