Come Let Us Worship (GIA M/S-114C) 1968?
From the front cover: “Come Let Us Worship”, contemporary folk mass songs, recorded on location at Roselle Catholic High School, Roselle, NJ, by Bro, Gregory R, Ballerino, F ,M,S and an assembly of high school students”, Yep, that just about sums it up, This is an early GIA release in the primal Catholic folk style, comparable to Ray Repp’s Allelu, Instruments include five acoustic guitars, two electric basses, one electric guitar and one tambourine, Roughly half the songs have bland teen ensemble backing vocals, The other half (the much better half) has just Brother Gregory on solo voice. Features twelve of Ballerino’s songs, grouped under the topics of Joyful Worship, Songs Of Joy And Peace and Songs For All Mankind. (Ken Scott – Archivist)
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Come Let Us Worship||1:46|
|1-2||Accept O God||2:00|
|1-3||Love Has Gathered Us Together||2:35|
|1-4||Sing Praise To The Lord||1:22|
|1-5||With Christ We Love||1:52|
|1-6||Lord Accept All We Have||2:35|
|1-7||Christ's Body Brings Us Together||5:14|
|2-1||Jesus Christ Lord God||1:29|
|2-2||All Of Creation||2:28|
|2-3||Let Me Share The Joy Of My Life||3:43|
|2-4||The Love Of God||4:41|
You can get this from the GIA Records site.