Time Takes On Meaning (Disciple DRC 1036) 1973


Good lazy rustic understated kick-back country folk private from Grand Rapids Michigan group featuring John Burggraaff (guitar, harmonica, piano), Harlan Hyink (guitar, bass) and Todd Gould (guitar, bass), along with Ross Phillips on drums. A couple standout tracks with electric guitar – cool tremolo twang on the title track, some fun rudimentary noodling around on ‘A Song To Sing’. Nice brooding 12-string theme on the moody ‘Blue Horizon’. Ten original songs, some of the other titles being ‘Why Do You Turn The Other Way?’, ‘Keep Me Through The Weak Parts’, ‘Grey Sky At Dawn’, ‘Those Who Are Forgiven Much’ and ‘Walking In The Shadows’. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).




Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Why Do You Turn The Other Way3:30
1-2Thank You Lord2:43
1-3Keep Me Through The Weak Parts3:18
1-4Grey Sky At Dawn3:44
1-5Those Who Are Forgiven Much2:07
2-1Time Takes On Meaning3:46
2-2Walking In The Shadows3:19
2-3Could It Be4:07
2-4Blue Horizon3:09
2-5A Song To Sing3:55