Flying (Aslan ARS-1001) 1975
Another one of Jesus music’s versatile femme folkies. On this her debut album, Pam handles song-writing, vocals, guitar, piano, synthesizer, and flute. Her stirring voice often reveals a touch of Joni Mitchell. Flying has an appealing simply-arranged folky soft rock sound, primarily acoustic guitar augmented by gentle keyboard backing. Includes assistance from John Fischer (guitar, background vocals) and Mark Spoelstra (12-string guitar), plus others on electric guitar, bass, percussion and Fender Rhodes. Beautiful tranquil stuff: the graceful title track, the soft-breeze elegance of ‘Blessed Is The Man’, the jangly folk of ‘Pray For Those’, the light jazz mood of ‘Love Not The World’. The ballads are among her loveliest songs, whether backed by piano (‘Holy Union’, ‘Wings Of The Dawn’) or acoustic guitar (“Dwell On These Things’, ‘Teach Me Thy Ways’). Cover art is suitable for framing. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-2||Blessed Is The Man||2:43|
|1-3||Jesus I Believe||2:22|
|1-4||I Long To Reveal||2:30|
|2-1||When We All Come|
|2-2||Pray For Those||2:55|
|2-3||Dwell On These Things||2:30|
|2-4||Love Not The World||3:25|
|2-5||Teach Me Thy Ways||3:19|
|2-6||Wings Of The Dawn||3:10|
Can be ordered from Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org.