Ramases

Barrington Frost

This performer (group) in the Internet: http://spacehymns.com, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramases, http://www.dprp.net/forgotten/ramases/ramases2.html

Discography of Ramases:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Glass Top Coffin 12 Audio 1975 Vertigo
2 Space Hymns 11 Audio 1980 Vertigo
3 Space Hymns 11 Audio Vertigo
4 Space Hymns 16 Audio 2004 Repertoire Records
5 Crazy One 2 Audio 1968-09-27 CBS
6 Glass Top Coffin 12 Audio 2010-02-00 Esoteric Recordings
7 Space Hymns 11 Audio 1990 Repertoire Records
8 Space Hymns 11 Audio 2010
9 Himnos Del Espacio 11 Audio 1971 Vertigo
10 Space Hymns 11 Audio Tapestry Records
11 Space Hymns 18 Audio 2001 Progressive Line
12 Glass Top Coffin 12 Audio 1975 Vertigo
13 Space Hymns 11 Audio 1971 Vertigo
14 Space Hymns 11 Audio Vertigo
15 Glass Top Coffin 12 Audio 1975 Vertigo
16 Balloon 2 Audio 1971 Philips
17 Love You 2 Audio 1970 Major Minor
18 Space Hymns 11 Audio 1977 Vertigo
19 Space Hymns 11 Audio 1977 Vertigo
20 Space Hymns 11 Audio 1994 Si-Wan Records
21 Jesus Come Back / Hello Mister 2 Audio 1971 Philips
22 Balloon / Muddy Water 2 Audio 1971 Philips
23 Space Hymns 11 Audio 1980 Vertigo


Barrington Frost had a vision somewhere in the mid to late sixties where the Egyptian Pharaoh Rameses informed him he was his new incarnation on earth and he had to inform the people about the truth of the universe.

Ramases released two LPs (one with the group later known as [a=10cc] as backing band) and a few singles together with his wife, who used the names [a381404], Selket or Seleka. After the second album he faded into obscurity. He died in 1976 when he reportedly committed suicide.


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