'The Family Jams' Album
The Family Jams are the Mamas and the Papas-esque recordings made by the Manson Family on the heels of Manson's arrest. While the leader himself does not sing on the album, the songs are credited in his name and sung in a fevered pitch by his most loyal followers. Notable Manson family members who appear on the album include Clem Grogan, Squeaky Fromme and Catherine "Gypsy" Share. Though recorded in 1970, the album was not released until 1997 – and the original Family Jams tape recordings are allegedly buried in a vault. The songs directly address Manson's arrest, especially the song "Get On Home," which references the infamous crosses cut into the family's foreheads.