From Earthenware Jars (World Library FR-7504)  1975

 

 

Five years go by and the Miffletonian gang has left the folk and rock scene for easy listening and light pop-rock pastures.  Skipp’s vocals seem deeper, smoother, Jim Nabors-er.  Songwriting is still good and what they set out to do they do well but the context is entirely different, so beware.  Gave it a few spins anyway and found mild attachment to a few tracks.  Then again I might get the same results from Englebert Humperdinck lp.      (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).

 

 

Tracks:

01. Lord, Let Me Walk

02. Like A Father

03. From Earthenware Jars

04. A Blessing From Aaron

05. All These Things

06. – Holy, Holy, Holy-Christ Has Died 1- Great Amen 1

07. Stand On His Promise

08. Follow Me

09. Give Thanks And Remember

10. When We Eat This Bread

11. I Am The Vine

12. Sunshine

 

 

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