Nomenclature (CPO 187) 1975?

 

 

Although this Owatonna, Minnesota custom production consists mostly of choral selections, there are a handful of notable solo tracks. That would include ‘Friends’ and the recorder-backed ‘And The Bell Tolls’, both acoustic guitar numbers with solo male vocals, the latter expressing thoughts about the end of the Vietnam War. ‘Tramp On The Street’ is performed folk-style by a guy/gal duo. Also of interest is the opening ‘Prelude: Gethsemane’, an instrumental featuring violin and acoustic guitar. The rest of the album is traditional choral music. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).

 

 

Tracks:

01. Prelude Gethsemane
02. I Heard the Voice
03. God Can See Us
04. Friends
05. There is a Balm in Gilead
06. Hark I Hear
07. Lonely People
08. And The Bell Tolls
09. Tramp on the Street
10. Song of Exaltation
11. Let Us Break Bread Together
12. I’m Goin’ to Sing

 

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