Songs For The Masses (Bradley BRC 4165) 1974
This is another fine entry in the solemn Catholic folk sound, written and performed by six students at Baltimore’s St. Mary’s Seminary, one of whom was Tim Schoenbachler who later had an album on NALR called 0, Jerusalem Songs For The Masses has an acoustic-guitar-driven sound very similar to Jack Miffleton/The Group, going back and forth from moody flute-accompanied ballads to lively songs with banjo. Vibrant harmonies throughout Striking yellow-on-black cover illustration of a bunch of heads Recommended. (Ken Scott – The Archivist).
Thank you George for the NALR front cover photo and thank you Donald for the original front and NALR and original Bradley rear cover photos.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|02||Rise Up Jerusalem||2:52|
|03||The Lord is My Hope||3:40|
|06||Make Known Your Way||3:02|
|08||People of God||2:25|
|13||Yes, Lord, Amen||0:41|
|14||Be Filled With the Spirit||2:21|
|15||A Song for the Masses||5:12|
You can find this one here.