Sounds Of Fresh Waters (Word WST-8463-LP) 1969?
Both of these albums are refreshingly creative collections of folk originals with a strong classical component that features acoustic guitar (classical, of course), flute, harpsichord, mandolin, accordion and some dazzling viola work (courtesy of Merla). Moods shift from jubilant baroque stylings to snappy folk with a beat to sorrowful Hebraic lamentations to haunting mysterious ballads (dig that exotic percussion on Fresh Waters’ ‘In The Night’). Crystal clear production and dramatic rich emotive vocals, especially Merla’s stunning soprano. A timeless sound that unlike a lot of what I’ve found in the grown-ups folk. (Ken Scott – The Archivist).
Thank you George for the cover photos.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||O Sing A New Song||1:48|
|1-3||The Time Of The Singing Of The Birds||1:18|
|1-5||Hear My Prayer||5:23|
|1-6||Just Before Midnight||2:55|
|2-1||I Will Sing||2:09|
|2-2||The Lord Is My Shepherd||3:01|
|2-3||It's Gotta Be Great||1:53|
|2-4||In The Night||2:39|
|2-5||The Seed Of Joy||3:26|
|2-6||Grace Be To You And You||2:38|