Come Even Now (Monarch DBP-200)  1976

 

 


Another female artist with attractive voice.  Some of her song selections lean fairly traditional (Gaither, Crouch), but the real problem here is the mountain of string orchestration.  That’s too bad because on that rare occasion where the strings are set aside, the vocals, acoustic guitar, flute and piano bring a lovely Linda Rich quality to her music.  The original title track and her interpretation of Love Song’s ‘Two Hands’ are the examples that best stood out for me.  ‘To The Prodigal, Peace’ is also rather pretty, as long as you don’t mind strings.  From Southern California.  (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).

A special thank you to Steve for the cleaned up cover.

 

Tracks:

01. He Turned The Water Into Wine

02. Come Even Now

03. In The Arms Of Sweet Deliverance

04. You Should Have Come Sooner

05. To The Prodigal

06. Two Hands

07. Say I Do

08. Be Thou My Vision

09. Through It All

10. Even So Lord Jesus Come & Come Holy Spirit

 

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