Coming Home (Back Door BDS 107) 1972
Flanders’ fifth recording is his first of secular songs. His voice sounds a little more folksier and down-to-earth by this time and he’s sporting a very hip headband. While the spiritual material is still present, there are also excursions into topics like Vietnam (‘Put Me Down Against The War’), women’s lib (‘I Really Mizz My Ms’), ‘The No-Bra Look’ (hoo boy!), and an illustrious Frenchman known as ‘Ton Ton Pierre’. Dave Parker appears again on lead guitar. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).
See William Flanders Web site. Thank you Laura for the song list. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||I Really Mizz My Ms.|
|1-2||Come Home, America, Come Home|
|1-3||Think I'd Best Wake Up|
|1-5||Ton Ton Pierre|
|2-1||And Nothing To Say|
|2-2||If The Lady Were A Lady|
|2-3||Put Me Down Against The War|
|2-4||When We Were In Love|
|2-5||We Speak Of God|
|2-6||The No-Look Bra|
|2-6||Happiness Overnight Guest|