(1984)
"The Searcher" is about inner agony and spiritual searches.
But there are some light-hearted and satirical songs too. All the songs are memorable
("even I remember some of them, when I want to perform them" says he).
This album is Peter totally alone on vocals and guitars,
sometimes double tracking himself
(very onanistic!). But the quality is good.


Track list
Click on the title for the lyrics
Click on MP3 to hear the song

Jet Set Therapy
Children of the Fire
Going on Holiday
Moonlight
Put the Weight On Me
The Searcher
Fear of Nuclear War
Decide for Yourself
Keep On Trying
Destiny

This one really is for purists, containing nothing but Brown on acoustic guitars and vocals - lead and backing,
although there is quite a variety of styles, from driving beat to quiet acoustic reverie.
The theme is his experience of the Rajneesh movement and Sufism, and the search for spiritual fulfillment,
but other subjects are dealt with, like nuclear weapons ("Fear of Nuclear War") holidays ("Going on Holiday")
and the eternal triangle ("Decide for Yourself").

Song highlights:
"Put the Weight on Me" a conventional pop love song that shows Brown's Buddy Holly influence,
and "Destiny" which is about the Sufi path to enlightenment.

If you would like a copy of this album please contact us at
Lemang Music

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