Searching (Angelus WR 5074) 1974
One of them Catholic folksingers, a dead ringer for Ray Repp, both the stirring voice and the melodic song structure. He writes all his own stuff and performs it with just his acoustic guitar backing him. Searching contains eighteen of his songs, sample titles being ‘Rose-Colored Dawn’, ‘Too Young For Dying’, ‘Sometimes The Way Of Life Is Hard’, ‘Whenever I Send Up A Prayer’ and ‘Well, It’s Jesus’. Simple peaceful, relaxing, enjoyable. Originally released on the custom Angelus label with photos of Mark front and back (nice ponytail). Later re-issued on a label called King with simple cover graphics. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).
Thanks Steve for the improved cover.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-3||Mary, My Mother||2:37|
|1-4||My Children, Trust Me||2:08|
|1-6||We Are God’s People||1:53|
|1-7||Look Around You||2:29|
|1-8||Too Young For Dying||1:50|
|2-2||Sometimes The Way Of Life Is Hard||2:58|
|2-3||Well, It’s Jesus||2:45|
|2-6||Whenever I Send Up A Prayer||1:53|
|2-7||Give A Little Kindness||1:59|
|2-8||Everytime I Look Around||2:16|
|2-9||Come, Lord Jesus||2:12|