Blessed Weakness (NFCLC PAS-753383) 1975
Lovely dreamy acoustic folk-rock custom from St. Louis male/female sextet that is at times spellbinding, like the guitar/recorder instrumental ‘Prelude’ or the haunting stratospheric harmonies of Peggie Telscher and guest John Foley that grace ‘Psalm 65-66’. coustic guitars, often 12-string, lead the way backed by electric bass and percussion through first-rate samplings of jangly Jesus music and melodic ballads. Some of the prettiest female vocals you’ll ever hear, particularly on ‘Where You Would Not Go’ and ‘Under The Willow’. One example of carefree pop-minded folk (‘Happy To Be Alive’), one a cappella number (‘Jesus Round’) and one banjo/fiddle hoe down diversion (the intriguingly titled ‘Jesus Save The Popcorn’). Nice periodic guitar leads and one-shot appearances of piano, electric guitar, organ, trumpet and violin. Sponsored by the National Federation Of Christian Life Communities. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
This one was on the Heavenly Grooves blog.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-3||Where You Would Not Go||3:55|
|1-4||There Is Only One Christ||4:26|
|1-5||Christ In Our World||4:29|
|1-6||Jesus Save The Popcorn||2:38|
|2-1||Happy To Be Alive||4:06|
|2-2||Under The Willow||2:27|
|2-3||Bread For The World||3:19|
|2-4||Followers Of The Way||3:29|