This Side Of Eternity, 1st version (Revelation D5051) 1973
First Revelation is the Long Island duo of Danny and Lynda Kimer, together with drummer John Hauser. This Side Of Eternity‘s actually their second lp, following their excellent home made rock/psych lp Gospel under the name Danny & Lynda (see entry). This custom album is just as good, perhaps even more consistent than their debut. Danny’s guitar is in top form: fuzz and wah-wah reign freely on ‘Where Could I Go’ which features a strong contender for guitar solo of the century. Just try and resist the urge to break into air guitar acrobatics! More growling distorted electric licks can be found scurrying out-of-control on ‘As Long As You Listen’, ‘New Jerusalem’ and the doo-woop-ish ‘Lord, Come Into My Life’. The title track is a nice quiet piece (with violin accompaniment), as are ‘All My Trials’, ‘Jesus Loves Me’, and ‘Amazing Grace’. For ‘Lord’s Last Supper’ and ‘Swing Low Sweet Chariot’ Danny pulls out a banjo and gets down into some mean bluegrass (Lynda’s novelty synths on the latter are hilarious). Guitar heroes are a rarity in this game – what a pity more people haven’t discovered Danny Kimer. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
This one was on the Heavenly Grooves blog.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||This Side Of Eternity||4:26|
|1-2||Where Could I Go||4:33|
|1-3||Jesus Loves Me||1:53|
|1-4||Lord, Come Into My Life||4:51|
|1-5||Lords Last Supper||2:54|
|2-1||As Long As You Listen||4:31|
|2-2||All My Trials||3:53|
|2-5||Swing Low Sweet Chariot||2:08|