Today’s The Day (Sands Of Time  S-5046)  1979



Five guys from Estacada, Oregon playing decent middle-ground rock with a twinge of rural sentiment. Electric guitar leads here and there, plus a good deal of phased rhythm guitar. Soaring country rock mood to the 6:34 ‘Brother John’. Electric bass highlighted on a couple atypical tracks: keeping the funk on ‘The Reign’, droning along with sax, strange synth sounds and a thick percussive disco beat on ‘Take It To Your Heart’. A few ballads featuring acoustic guitar and Arp-sounding keyboards. All originals, seven written by guitarist Rocky Hash, one by bassist Roddy Hash. A couple longhaired ones in the bunch.    (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).



01. Fly Away

02. Our Song

03. Comin’ Home

04. Brother John

05. The Reign

06. How Much I Care

07. Take It To Your Heart

08. Today’s The Day