Making Tracks (no label 2345) 1970
I liked them before but now they’re getting even better with their delicate home-made folk sound. “Charming” is the word that best describes them, their gentle uplifting melodic sound standing apart from the typical minor-key liturgical style of many of their Catholic folk contemporaries. The dreamier tracks in particular stand out, the prime example being ‘The Long Song’. Several nice acoustic guitar leads sprinkled about, especially on ‘Revelation (I Want You Should Know)’ and the short instrumental track ‘Joe’s Acclamation’. Nine original songs, plus a cover of ‘Just A Closer Walk With Thee’. Significant improvement in the vocals over the first lp. Groovy front cover picture of the group (now numbering six) sitting out on the subway tracks, bordered by eye-grabbing pink-on-orange lettering. From Bronx, New York. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).
A special thank you to Ozark Ken for sharing the music and cover. Ozark Ken is not Ken Scott the Archivist author. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Come To The Table Of The Lord|
|1-2||Peace I Give To You|
|1-3||Blessed Are You|
|1-4||We Are The People Of The Lord|
|2-1||Come To Me I've Come To You|
|2-2||The Long Song|
|2-5||Just A Closer Walk With Thee|