Kinfolk (K001) 1772?




Florida’s Kinfolk began with a humdinger folk-rock custom sporting a joyous yet underground kind of sound thick  on the drums with some garagy electric guitar.  With Robbie Trice and Fred Emery  on guitars and vocals, Martha Trice on vocals, Rodney Lancaster on bass and violin, and David Brown on drums, they play in the spirit of the early Maranatha bands – a time when creativity and excitement were high and  budgets were low.  ‘Endless Age’, ‘Alpha And Omega’ and ‘Jesus gonna Work It Out’ are  perfect examples of that  ’70s rural Jesus folk-rock sound, acoustic in focus but with heavy rhythm section.  ‘Holy Spirit Song’ and ‘Right On Brother’ both get enlivened with basement electric riffs, while ‘It Takes Faith’  adds texture through use of volume pedal.  The violin adds a nice touch to the acoustic ballads ‘Amazing Grace’ and ‘Everytime’.     (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).






Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Make The Most Of Livin’2:54
1-2Endless Age4:32
1-3Holy Spirit Song3:27
1-4It Takes Faith3:17
1-5Amazing Grace1:25
2-1Alpha And Omega3:12
2-2Right On Brother3:34
2-3Healer Of My Soul2:39
2-4Jesus Gonna Work It Out3:41