Sharing (Edify S8039244S) 1974?
The addition of soft strings and woodwinds (oboe, flute) on several tracks actually works to this album’s advantage, striking a soothing likeable pop-flavored folk sound somewhere between The Seekers and The Sandpipers. Includes renditions of ‘Wedding Song’, ‘I Wish We’d All Been Ready’, ‘Amazing Grace’ and Love Song’s ‘Two Hands’. Also some original songs such as ‘Why Isn’t Everybody Singing Allelu?’, ‘Light Times’, Floppin’ Fish’, ‘Come On Down To The River’ and the especially moving ‘Day That He Died’. A couple selections are touched with steel guitar for a light country edge. Led by their usual perfect harmonies. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-4||New World In The Morning||2:41|
|2-2||Come On Down To The River||2:11|
|2-3||Day That He Died||2:49|
|2-4||Hey Look Around You||3:43|
|2-5||I Wish We’d All Been Ready||3:41|
|2-6||Why Isn’t Everybody Singing Allelu?||3:11|