Let Us Be One (Torch Record 201)  1982



Very nice fragile melodic folk custom from six Brothers of the Western Dominican Province, robed in white and benignly posing with guitar, upright bass, banjo, autoharp, bongos and mandolin. Heartfelt acoustic ballads beside gentle upbeat toe-tappers sometimes with a bluegrass edge. Mostly originals plus ‘Leave It There’, ‘Come ‘N’ Dine’ and ‘Somebody Touched Me/Do Lord’. Similar to early St. Louis Jesuits in their pre-choral days. Nice to see this style still thriving in 1979. Followed by Let Us Be One (1982) and The Time Is Now (1984).    (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).




Song #Song TitleTime
1-1When The Angel2:36
1-2Many Gifts2:33
1-3No Greater Love3:37
1-4I Am A Pilgrim3:16
1-5Giving Birth3:48
1-6Let Us Be One3:14
2-1Hand In The Hand3:11
2-2I Will Arise3:20
2-3I’m A Receiver2:10
2-4How Can I Keep From Singing3:09
2-5Demos Gracias3:15
2-6I Saw The Light2:15