The Harvest Is Plentiful (Empty Tomb TH-1068) 1978?

 

Noble effort from Knoxville, Tennessee male singer, songwriter and guitarist.  A rich pastoral heartland sound encompassing Lightfoot/Croce-ish folk, playful country rock, acoustic ballads, even some harmonica boogie.  ‘The Curtain’ is the standout track – an excellent moody rural progressive ballad featuring a guitar/mellotron combination not unlike The John Carlson Band or Thomas Goodlunas & Panacea.  The jangly dual acoustic guitar often makes for a pleasant Keaggy-ish quality.  Interesting cover painting depicting faces amidst stalks of wheat.     (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).

 

This one was on the Heavenly Grooves blog.

 

Tracks:

01. Search For Freedom

02. I’ve Got The Shield

03. The Curtain

04. You Can’t Get You To Heaven

05. Gethsemane

06. Lazarus

07. Cast The Stone

08. Can’t Stop Singing

09. It Reminds Me

10. The Harvest Is Plentiful

 

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