Oreon (PC Associates PB 1590) 1980
I heard someone once describe her as a female Randy Stonehill which seems to fit the bill. Seen her name in a few old Harmony magazines in the mid-’70s but I guess it took a while before a slab of vinyl finally came forth. This classy custom sports a good mix of acoustic pop, and spunky rock, with a lot of familiar names donating talent: Albrecht Roley & Moore, Honeytree, Joe English. Like Uncle Rand her songs can be touched with humor, quiet and gentle, or rockin’ and a-rollin’. Includes a cover of The Beatles’ ‘Help’ which takes on new light in a Christian context. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).
A special thank you to Steve for the cover improvements. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Did What He Said|
|1-2||I Am A Child|
|2-3||Prince Of Peace|
|2-4||He Let Me Into His Kingdom|
|2-5||He's The Shepherd, We're The Sheep|