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The Stevenson Ranch Davidians




Rock music

FLAC album size:

1265 mb

MP3 album size:

1286 mb

WMA album size:

1701 mb

Other music formats:



4.6 ✱


Psychedelic Rock



Date of release:


The Stevenson Ranch Davidians - Amerikana FLAC

The Stevenson Ranch Davidians - Amerikana FLAC


1 Wack Magick
2 Holy Life
3 Love is Big Light
4 Hard Livin'
5 Binary Bop
6 Om G
7 PysOp
8 The Highest Meadow
9 Pillow Sittin'

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – The Stevenson Ranch Davidians


  • Mastered By – Isaac Betesh
  • Mixed By – Bryan Showalter
  • Pedal Steel Guitar – Luke Dawson
  • Written By, Producer, Artwork – Dwayne Seagraves


Tri-fold Digipak; no booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 789577765023

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PIME 0018 The Stevenson Ranch Davidians Amerikana ‎(LP, Album) Picture In My Ear PIME 0018 US 2017

Landing nearly nine years after their last outing Life & Death, the album Amerikana [another play on words for Americana] takes a decidedly more electronic and aggressive posture, seeming to put their dreamy song structure far behind them, though still deeply rooted in the realm of neo-psychedelia.With Dwayne Seagrave, the man behind the wheel of The Stevenson Ranch Davidians saying, I wanted this album to come off as a celebration of the indomitable human spirit and all that goes against it. That quote sounds vaguely familiar, as The Jefferson Airplane/ Jefferson Starship rallied that same concept in the heady 60’s, even referring to America as Amerika, where they envisioned a world where there was no war, other than with the ‘establishment’, where the youth of this nation would come together to create a utopian society of goodness and love. And to that end, the album does sound more expansive, wide open, and embracive than their highly introspective release Life & Death.The album is laced with delicious harmonies, but it’s their use of an understated folk guitar that adds the warmth to the record, keeping the spaciousness in check, though there’s no doubt about Seagrave wishing to instill more ecstatic revelations, with the realistic fantasy landscape of the cover belaying how so many Americans viewed this nation prior to its mapping and population. What this leaves listeners with is a duality of spaciousness and intimacy … or perhaps, an intimate spaciousness most suitable for exploration with a dose of lysergic, and while you many not walk away from this album remembering it emotionally, you will feel that you’ve been part of something greater than the whole.Review by Jenell Kesler

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