C’Mon Along (Sparrow  SPR-1007)  1976



A move over to the Sparrow label didn’t seem to hurt Barry none. C’Mon Along is another fine work in the same mould as Lighten Up, where rockers like ‘Peppermint Candy Man’ and ‘Let The Dead Bury The Dead’ are balanced with moody loner-vibe acoustic ballads such as ‘Sometimes I Cry’ and ‘Whom The Gods Would Destroy’.  Some light country touches via Al Perkins’ pedal steel and dobro along with Doug Dillard’s banjo, as heard on ‘Clouds’, ‘Crosses In The Sand’ and ‘Follow The Light’.  Background vocalists include Matthew Ward and Terry Talbot.  Co-producer Richard Souther provides keyboards while Mike Deasy returns on guitar.      (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).



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Song #Song TitleTime
1-2Sometimes I Cry4:46
1-3Crosses In The Sand5:04
1-4Follow The Light4:33
2-1Peppermint Candy Man4:37
2-2Whom The God’s Would Destroy5:22
2-3Let The Dead Bury The Dead1:36
2-4C’mon Along4:44