This is Track from the 1983 Randy Weiss album, Munchy Manna Spirit Flakes. Randy Weiss & The Pilgrim Band only had one release that we know of, entitled "Munch Manna Spirit Flakes. This unique and wonderful record is the only example I know of a CCM recording by a Messianic Jew. I have to admit that until discovering this album in 1983 I had no idea that Messianic Jews existed. As a CCM album, this was an independent release that did not seem to gather a lot of attention.
This unique and wonderful record is the only example I know of a CCM recording by a Messianic Jew. Independent releases didn’t garner a lot of attention in general in the 1980s. The musicianship is good and creative, but hard to put a finger on.
Munchy Manna, Spirit Flakes (Crosstalkin’ ACS 7683) 1983. Noteworthy custom-made record of offbeat humor-endowed rock and coluntry. Good crunchy electric guitar roughing up rock-n-roll cuts like ‘I Don’t Need No Designer Jeans’ and ‘onal’. Munchy Manna (Pharoahs Dead God’s People We Are Free And The Lord Ain’t Out Of Groceries) 07. Wander Over Yonder 08. 5 For A Dollar 09.
Tommy Spurlin And The Southern Boys - There Might Have Been A Love Song, Tomorrow I'll Be Gone. Folk, World, & Country. Jazz, Folk, World, & Country. Mark 'Oh - Love Song. Charlie Manna - The Astronaut, War At Sea. Non music
Randy Newman is the eponymous debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Randy Newman, released in 1968 by Reprise Records. Unlike his later albums, which featured Newman and his piano backed by guitar, bass guitar and drums, Randy Newman was highly orchestral and aimed to blend the orchestra with Newman's voice and piano.
full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick.
|A1||I Don't Need No Designer Jeans|
|A2||The Nickel Song|
|A3||3 Times Down|
|B1||Wander Over Yonder|
|B2||5 For A Dollar|
|B3||Covered By Gods Love|
|B7||God & A Mothers Love|