Forever Together  (Soul Quest  SQ101R)  1974


The soft pastoral rock sounds of this five-man Wisconsin band reflect much of the same spirit as the cherished Horizon lp from Florida. The music coasts along in a wholesome electric format supported by airy background harmonies and melodic piano accompaniment. Bill Eisner heads up the group, providing all the songwriting as well as acoustic guitar, organ and most of the lead vocals. The rest of the guys contribute piano, synthesizer, electric guitar, bass and drums. Forever Together has a certain authenticity about it, refreshingly lacking any Arp-string MOR emulsifiers that sometimes crop up on lesser country rock acts. I dig the whole album, but three tracks in particular stood out to me: the near 7-minute ‘Why Don’t The People Understand’, the rural ballad ‘Look To Calvary’ with its simple deep wistful guitar lead, and the closing song ‘A Child Grew Up’ which has a nice psych-edged vibe.    (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).


This one was on the Heavenly Grooves blog.



Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Let The Son Shine 4:26
1-2A Prayer In Search 3:47
1-3If You're His 3:07
1-4Prayer Of St. Francis Of Assisi2:37
1-5Let's Spend Forever Together 4:53
2-1Keep In Touch 3:09
2-2Why Don'tThe People Understand 6:44
2-3Together Will Walk With The Lord 3:13
2-4Look To Calvary 3:52
2-5A Child Grew Up 2:52