Mixed Expressions (Audio Recording ARL-1223) 1967
Mixed Expressions impresses me as sort of a female counterpart to Paul Quinlan’s excellent Glory Bound. Juliana Garza’s strong sense of melody and composition, proficient classical guitar playing, sincere vocals, and simple presentation all coalesce to make this one of the more authentic sounding of the early Catholic folk recordings. ‘Forest Of Plenty’, ‘Days Of September’, ‘The Love Of Our God’, ‘Heart Of Christ’, ‘The Sky’s A Dying’, ‘Sorrow’s Not For Crying’, ‘Bring Him All Your Troubles’ – sixteen songs in all, a few with a second Sister on backing vocals, but most with just Juliana and guitar. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
This one was on the Heavenly Grooves blog.
This can also be found on Positive Infinity here.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||The Time Is Now||1:51|
|1-2||Forest Of Plenty||1:35|
|1-3||Days Of September||1:14|
|1-6||The Sun Is Now Shining||2:12|
|1-7||Sparkle and Shine||2:40|
|1-8||The Love of Our God||1:45|
|2-1||The Wind Will Blow||1:42|
|2-3||Heart Of Christ||2:13|
|2-4||The Sky’s A Dying||1:28|
|2-5||The Loved One||1:26|
|2-6||Someone’s Not For Crying||2:14|
|2-7||Bring Him All Of Your Troubles||2:10|
|2-8||All The Days||2:51|