Nobody’s Children (TMC 8001) 1981 Canada *

 

 

 

 

Man, was I excited when I found out Skip Prokop had become a Christian, having enjoyed his musical creations since the late ‘60s with The Paupers and then Lighthouse. Living relatively close to their Canadian homeland, I saw both pretty often. This guy could really drum and sing. The rest of the guys were involved with Simeon, one of Canada’s first Christian bands. This band represented World Vision of Canada, a world hunger organization, and the songs speak to that issue and a relationship with Jesus. Completely believable, engaging music featuring Prokop’s unique vocals on 10 excellent pop songs. Some interesting effects and guitar on the title track, but no real jams or horn workouts like with Lighthouse; just very genuine, solid stuff. (Bob Felberg) (Ken Scott – The Archivist).

 

 

 

 

 

Tracks:

 

Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Battle Lines4:37
1-2Share My Dream3:51
1-3Teach Me To Trust4:37
1-4Born From Above4:34
1-5Nobody's Children5:39
2-1My God4:50
2-2When I Recognized Jesus4:49
2-3You Can't Out Give The Father4:43
2-4I Will Not Stand Alone3:47
2-5Sharing6:32

 

 

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