Coven - Witchcraft Destroys Minds & Reaps Souls (Full Album) - 1969
When Black Sabbath was still performing blues covers in bars Jinx Dawson was turning heads with the groundbreaking band Coven. Long before pentagrams and upside down crosses became standard on metal records Dawson shocked labels and critics with her unabashed embrace of the occult. She also worked in Hollywood and as a backup singer. But Coven was always her passion and embodied much of how she viewed the world. Dawson has assembled a new Coven lineup that will make their long anticipated live return at Roadburn this week. She is also working on a memoir.
After a few months we did a few things and his liver spots went away, which is very unusual.
But things were starting to break down. He was 86 and had a lot of problems.
Q&A: Jinx Dawson On The Return Of Coven and Spirituality In a Dogmatic Age
I was the only one who was qualified to care for him. So I came back from Los Angeles to do that.
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After he died, it was very hard to get things going. There were a lot of problems in the country with the economy. Then, there was an estate situation and that took about five more years.
I did have a reunion of the original players in and wanted to do something then. When you did officially decide to put the band back together how did you find the right people to work with, who would keep the original spirit of the band alive? You have to pull out the leather! Then, I released another album a few years ago and he played guitar on it.
The rest of them were into the occult and came back into the circle. What do you think about how so many different generations have picked up on Coven in the decades after your debut?
Dawson was a native of Indianapolis, Indiana. The difficult delivery of twins, one dead in the womb, was performed by a Dr. Jinks, so her model mother named her Jinx. She began studying opera and the occult, following in her family's secret society footsteps. She, Ross, and Osborne formed Coven in Chicago in the late s. Oct 05, COVEN INTERVIEW: "LIFE IS ALL ABOUT SEXUALITY" entitled 'JINX' was released marking a new era for the pioneering troupe. JINX DAWSON - High Priestess and the original wicked woman- spoke to Iron Fist about its creation and the legacy that she and her band has created. Jinx Dawson of Coven. Heavy metal pioneer and satanic witch. I suppose "occult rock" is a handy enough term for [. Jinx Dawson, vocalist of the late 60s formed band Coven who are still active. Dawson began and ended each Coven concert with the sign of the horns, being the first to introduce this hand sign into rock, metal and pop culture.
They said we should just do regular rock and roll. When you are the first one to hack a path you can get left behind because people are afraid of what you are doing. Now I see all of these bands trying to copy what we did. Actually, there were some bands that copied us right out of the gate. I do find it nice that newer bands recognize us. The bands that came after us, in the 70s and 80s, never recognized us at all.
That was how the business was. You never said where you got things. The music might not have been quite the same but the occult situations were there, as well as the photographs and lyrics. We were probably copied within eight to nine months out of the gate.
So, do you follow some of these new bands closely? What kinds of things move you in people that play a similar style as Coven? I am a music lover.
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I do feel that they should be into it rather than dabble. Maybe they are just trying to do a horror show or a film or something?
After I went on Facebook people started realizing I was available. How to say this nicely Wiccan parents don't usually have Satanist children. I mean, it could happen, the same way that Wiccan parents might have Catholic children or Jewish parents might find that their child converted to Buddhism or something But the idea that Wicca and Satanism have anything to do with one another is just Wicca and Satanism aren't apples and oranges, they're apples and water buffalo. Wicca is a highly loving, polytheistic religion and has nothing to do with the Judeo-Christian Pantheon.
Again, apples and water buffalo. Now, whether Jinx Dawson might have been a Satanist is beyond me. I had fairly extensive contact with Jinx between and Her family was comprised of occultists for myriad generations, and the occult encompasses a number of paths.
Some members of her family were Rosicrucians. Wicca, which is a fairly new religion, was NOT part of their lexicon. In fact, Wicca and witchcraft are often two entirely different things. As for the definition of that vein, which varies greatly from proponent to proponent, I am not absolutely certain. But if you listen to her former band Coven's debut album Witchcraft Destroys Minds and Reaps Soulsit ends with a ritualistic black mass. Lastly, Jinx does not consider her spiritual path as a religion.
There were a few songs back in the day that were never finished or considered too bizarre and extreme by the record companies at that time to release. It was a tape never finished, so we just went in and finished that recording. The added lyrics came to me like a bat out of Hell, as did all the other lyrics. How difficult was the making of this album?
But the flow was swift and spontaneous once I cast my musick spell. It was recorded in three different cities, using both analogue and digital. Since I have had a lifetime of experience in these matters, it was very easy to finish. I like to work swiftly. I do not care to pick everything apart and mull over a recording. I prefer the fire of spontaneity. They were doing a remake of the song and happened to contact me to see if I would be interested in singing on it.
I was not keen on the idea until I heard the instrumental track. It was fresh approach and it started to grow on me.
I wrote new words for an added bridge. Nikk and I worked seamlessly together. His attention to my vocal style was perfect. Ricktor added screaming guitar solos and I adored it when we got it mixed.
So I was most excited indeed to set that straight in this new version. Is this intentional, how have people reacted to this?
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Not planned, nor particularly mapped out. Just how the situations magickally presented themselves. I abhor the whole idea of genres.
And never tried to adhere to such boring compartmentalisation. I refuse to be put in a musical box. Tis very limiting and not creative in my mind.
And, I like fresh blood infused with olde blood. I think it gives the listener more audio places to visit. And, I like some technical advancements if they are appropriate.
I played around with it and wrote the lyrics and vocal melody. The sound on the darker songs is pure classic Coven. Recorded as a rehearsed band, as always.
Tell us some stories and inspiration behind some of the other songs on the album. I met them and asked the name of the song.
I asked what that stood for. It is their song and I only added those touches here and there. But I was so humbled that they had a song named after a Coven album, along with the fact that our paths had crossed so fatefully, that I decided to put it on the album.
The initial pressing of your new album has seen you sign and number each copy - why was this an important thing for you to do? Numbers can be very strong Magick. I have studied numerology since a child.
Each of these copies has been signed by my hand and numbered. It brings a personal connection with my cherished friends, and a humble thank you.
Friends write me and say that they relate to the number they received. Also, it serves a practical purpose. There are many Coven bootlegs and this assures the owner a genuine Coven issue of a collectible value. Scattered to the winds yet never apart.
They are my brothers in arms.
My family. Some say blood is thicker than water. I say Magick can be thicker than blood. How would you describe your relationship with them throughout the years? What paths have they taken since the debut and how would you describe their lifestyles in the present time?