Not the movie soundtrack, the play soundtrack. Anyone here familiar with it? I grew up with it, and it's probably the only double album I own that I know every single word on. Anyhoo - haven't listened to it since my turntable died over a decade ago, but stumbled upon a cassette yesterday that had The Garden of Gethsemane song on it. In the second half of that song, around the part where Jesus starts singing - 'God, thy will is hard... but you hold every card. I will drink your cup of poison..." the bass playing is unfreaking believable. Pure art IMO. I don't think anyone ever plays bass like that these days. It's not riffy, doesn't sound too complicated - but it's soo unbelivably beautiful and musical. If I had the cd (which I may go out and buy today) I'd post a clip of that part. If anyone else does - please do. Who played on that recording anyway? Last note on this - while I dont' believe in the resurrection of Christ, that album had waay more of an effect on me than Mel Gibson's The Passion did. Beautiful music reaches my soul a lot more quickly than gore and violence. I yearn for certain aspects of the good ol days. Ohhh melancholy me.