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Rasa (9)Everything You See Is Me

Label:Govinda Records (2) – RA-106
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
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Genre:Jazz, Funk / Soul, Pop
Style:Jazz-Funk, Soul

Tracklist

A1Everything You See Is Me
StringsJorge Barreiro
3:40
A2Questions In My Mind
Arranged ByAndrew Marks
2:52
A3A Perfect Love
SaxophonePatience Higgins
3:38
A4Just For Believing
Piano [Acoustic]Dave Webb (2)
VocalsCalvin Moss (2)
Written-ByLondon McDaniels
4:36
B1Chanting4:55
B2Within The Sound
VocalsBee Snow
3:45
B3When Will The Day Come3:58
B4The Dream Is Over
Arranged ByAndrew Marks
4:29
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Issued with a 2-sided lyric sheet insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): RA 106A Fw ó
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): RA 106B Fwó

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Everything You See Is Me (LP, Album)Iskcon Records, Iskcon RecordsKC 108008, KCC 108008Italy1978
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Everything You See Is Me (LP, Album)Govinda Records (2)RA-106Canada1978
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Everything You See Is Me (LP, Album, Misprint)Govinda Records (2)RA-106US1978
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Everything You See Is Me (LP, Album)Govinda Records (2)RA-106Netherlands1979
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Everything You See Is Me (LP, Album)Gopal, GopalRP 106, RA-106France1979

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  • mr.jimbo's avatar
    mr.jimbo
    I interviewed Randy Brecker for an article on this fascinating album some years ago and he confirmed to me that he has no recollection of playing on the album.
    • FAC517's avatar
      FAC517
      Great record for cheap. Smooth n groovy all the way through. Also, the two boys (literally) behind this project, London and Chris McDaniels, are sons of none other than Eugene McDaniels. Small world.
      • kingpimpalolo's avatar
        kingpimpalolo
        One of my favorite albums ever. A few duds but the songs are heavily sampled.
        • mirrortime1's avatar
          mirrortime1
          Bumped into this album by Rasa. Immediately thought it was "Ra" by Todd Rundgren & Utopia. You can see what I mean here... https://img.discogs.com/X2jLfXjVMJgVtCxn9BlOvF_AC_w=/fit-in/575x600/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/R-1031512-1285168194.jpeg.jpg
          • svolanski's avatar
            svolanski
            There are two RASA Bands of HAre Krishna origin. This album is not from the band associated with Robert Campagnola!!!
            • Saborcaracter's avatar
              Saborcaracter
              Edited 4 years ago
              A must have, a great little gem and, even better, reasonably easy to find for prices below 10 bucks. The highlights, of course, are "Chanting" featuring the intro as sampled by BDP for "Beef" and "When Will The Day Come", of which the intro serves as the foundation of "Take It Easy" by Common Sense. I've learned over time that many, many copies were simply handed out to people who accepted them out of politeness, but never really listened to the album at all. They perhaps played it once or twice, and left it at that. I think it's for that reason that over the years I found plenty of copies that still had a Near Mint- record inside, in most cases even unplayed - if you combine that with a price of less than 10 bucks, you're looking at a unique, funky record that will not burn a hole in your wallet. The only thing I fear when it comes to the release itself, is that nobody has the original master tapes any more, not even London McDaniels (his name is on the copyright notice on Spotify) 'cause the streaming version as found on Spotify is clearly (and audibly!) taken from vinyl.
              • D871UNL's avatar
                D871UNL
                Smooth as it gets. Completely under looked. Always in my set
                • kopa666's avatar
                  kopa666
                  This album has highly inspired people like Lenny Kravitz (Ain't over time...), Jamiroquai, Daft Punk, etc... Sadly just " a not enough known monument".
                  • doin_thangs's avatar
                    doin_thangs
                    "When Will The Day Come" has to be one of the greatest Krishna funk grooves of all-time, heard an edit in a DJ Nature mix recently. "The Dream Is Over" also has a nice Stevie Wonder feel

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