Jonestown / J Church - J Town Revisited (An Assemblage Of Jonestown And J Church) mp3 album
Jonestown (2). We Are All Prostitutes. Written-By – The Pop Group. Matrix, Runout (Etched Runout Side B): ALLIED-22-B WHERE THE HELL IS J TOWN ANYWAY? L-40544-X. Matrix, Runout (Stamped Runout Side A And B): kdisc.
Also known as J, Church, J-Church, J. Church. Members of J Church: Aaron Olson (4), Adam Pfahler, Andee Connors, Ben White (4), Brendan Murdoch, Chris Pfeffer, David DiDonato, Gardner Maxam, Jeff Bursley, Lance Hahn, Reed Burgoyne, Wade Driver. J Town Revisited (An Assemblage Of Jonestown And J Church).
J Church was an American punk rock band formed by the guitarist and vocalist Lance Hahn and the bass guitarist Gardner Maxam in 1992 in San Francisco, California, after the demise of their former band, Cringer. The group continued through numerous line-up changes and released a number of vinyl records and CDs before Hahn's death in 2007. Hahn and Maxam had played together in Cringer from the band's inception in 1985 to its demise in 1991
Jackie Speier reflects on the 1978 Jonestown massacre after listening to a long-lost recording of her boss at the time, Rep. Leo Ryan, and an escapee. Most were poisoned with a cyanide-laced drink. Leo J. Ryan, a Democratic lawmaker from San Francisco, had traveled to Jonestown to investigate reports of people being held against their will in Jonestown. Ryan and four others were fatally shot at a nearby airstrip. Rep Jackie Speier, D-Calif. then a Ryan staffer, was among several more who were shot repeatedly and left for dead at the airstrip.
The Jonestown massacre was, before 9/11, the largest single incident of intentional civilian death in American history. Followers were expected to devote themselves completely to the church’s utopian project: they turned over their personal wealth, worked long hours of unpaid labor for the church and often broke contact with their families. They were expected to raise their children within the commune. As a show of commitment, Peoples Temple members were asked to sign false testimonials that they had molested their children, which the church kept for potential blackmail. Jim Jones' lover: inside the mind of the cult leader's right-hand woman.
Its primary purpose is to present information about Peoples Temple as accurately and objectively as possible. In an effort to be impartial, we offer many diverse views and opinions about the Temple and the events in Jonestown
Peoples Temple Wednesday March 7, 2007 Religion News Blog. The documentary gets its verisimilitude, beyond this limited news and home-movie-style footage, from interviews with former Jonestown residents – among them Stephan Jones, one of the three surviving sons of Jim Jones from an extended family of nine biological and adopted children. One of the adoptees, the African-American Jim Jones J. is a participant in the latter film Life and Death of Peoples Temple.
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|A||–Jonestown||We Are All Prostitutes
Written-By – The Pop Group
|B||–J Church||Favorite Phrase
Written-By – J Church
- Manufactured By – Allied Recordings
- Distributed By – Mordam Records
- Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-40544
- Mastered At – K Disc Mastering
Notes"We Are All Prostitutes" originally performed by The Pop Group.
Printed in Canada
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side A): ALLIED-22-A JONESTOWN ALOHA L-40544
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side B): ALLIED-22-B WHERE THE HELL IS J TOWN ANYWAY? L-40544-X
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Runout Side A And B): kdisc
|Allied No. 22||J Church / Jonestown||J Church / Jonestown - J Town Revisited (7", TP)||Allied Recordings||Allied No. 22||US||1993|