Suzanne Goes Folk (Zondervan ZLP 743) 1968?
Suzanne goes folk? Heavens, what’s this world coming to! Don’t know what style this Miss America contender was previously doing – perhaps opera? Actually not all that bad – hymns, spirituals and a handful of Ralph Carmichael songs in a stark plaintive presentation with classical guitar and upright bass. On Zondervan’s “Teen Line”, same place as the ﬁrst Sons Of Thunder album. Probably caused riots when it was released. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).
Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Twelve Gates To The City||2:31|
|1-2||Poor Wayfaring Stranger||3:08|
|1-3||I Heard About||1:38|
|1-5||Like A Lamb Who Needs The Shepherd||3:30|
|2-1||He's Everything To Me||2:12|
|2-3||Let Us Praise Our Holy Lord||2:40|
|2-4||Hallowed Be Thy Name||3:03|
|2-5||Yesterday, Today, And Tomorrow||2:45|
|2-6||Very Last Day||2:50|