Come Home My Son (Mt. Angel Abbey NWI 2791) 1973?
From that pure and simple ’60s breed of folk-singer comes Mt. Angel Abbey student Mark Jorg. He performs ten original songs, usually with just acoustic guitar for backing (a couple songs have assistance from others on flute, second acoustic guitar and female vocal harmony’s. Poetic flowing lyrics, stark atmosphere, competent guitar work, and a convincing tenor voice made for the style add up to a refreshing listening experience. Songs shift around from quiet sensitive moods to bleak minor-key expressions to graceful finger-picked passages to vibrant strummed buildings. Serious tone save for some satirical jabs in ‘Ecology’ (“the war against pollution is going very well, the young protest the old and the old say go to hell”). ‘Master’s Walk’, ‘This Lonely Man’, ‘Man And Wife’, ‘What Have You Done’ and ‘Blind Man’ are some of the other titles. Custom lp from St. Benedict, Oregon. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-4||This Lonely Man||2:15|
|1-5||Come Home My Son||3:05|
|2-2||Man And Wife||2:10|
|2-3||What Have You Done||2:58|