Quasi-interesting acoustic male/female folk local press from Omak, Washington. Stuff like ‘One Tin Soldier’, ‘Gospel Changes’ and John Denver’s ‘For Bobby’ and ‘Sunshine’ are predictably ho-hum, but on the originals they seem to rise above their cover-band trappings. ‘Gentle Jesus’ is a particularly inventive track with a strange instrumental bridge incorporating piano and a trio of violins that sounds almost like a synthesizer. A few of the covers aren’t too shabby either: Godspell’s ‘By My Side’, Randy Matthews’ ‘Hallelujah Brother’, the Medical Mission Sisters’ ‘Child Of The Morning’ and John Prine’s ‘Blow Up Your TV’ (with wild fiddle action). Also includes the one-millionth cover of Larry Norman’s ‘Wish We’d All Been Ready’. (Ken Scott – The Archivist).
A special thank you to Chuck for providing the music.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-5||By My Side||3:20|
|1-7||Child of Morning||1:35|
|1-8||Blow up your T.V.||1:45|
|2-6||One Tin Soldier||3:08|
|2-7||Wish We’d All been Ready||1:11|
|2-9||God of Love||3:45|