Carry Me Home (Move MS 3023) 1979 Australia *
Carry Me Home may be quieter overall than Father Songs, but it still most definitely has that edge. Good artsy folk-rock sound sometimes within a dreamy atmosphere. Moody male/female vocals and attractive mix of acoustic/electric guitars, organ and flute. Includes some mellow Parable-type ballads with electric piano. My favorite song is the hypnotic ‘Wonders’ coasting along to a trippy ethereal rhythm with a nice organ solo stretch reminiscent of Caravan. ‘Stoop Down’ has a catchy upbeat melody alongside its chorus of “Stoop down, tie up your brother’s bootlace”. Beautiful flute accompaniment and acoustic reverie to ‘Lullaby’. Striking cover shows a giant suspended-in-space see-through suitcase containing a portion of an earth landscape. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
In searching for a cover photo of this album I discovered another album by Kindekrist. The copy I saw for sale was a tape, the title being Even Stones Can Sing released in 1977. Sorry if I miss spelled any ones name was not the clearest picture to try to read from.
This one was on the Heavenly Grooves blog.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Here I Stand||4:48|
|2-1||Since You Came||4:13|
|2-2||Small As I Am||4:15|
|2-4||Daddy I Love You||2:59|
|2-6||Carry Him Home||3:52|
- All songs by Robin Mann ; produced by Bob Allan & Kindekrist ; engineers, Bob Allan, Phil Kenihan, John Pryzibilla