Direction (Emblem JDR 346) 1973?
Late entry for the Emblem label, still just as primitive and low-budget as they were in the mid-‘60s. Direction plays crude electric country-folk, covering familiar material like ‘Teach Your Children’, ‘Help Me’, ‘Satisfied Mind’, ‘Why Me’ and ‘Just Before The Dawn’ (to the tune of ‘Snowbird’). The electric guitar work is fair, helping to offset the muddiness of the vocals. Occasional piano, steel guitar and cheesy organ in the background. One of the guys from the early beat group The Concords is in here (with a bit further receded hairline). (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
This one was on Heavenly Grooves. Tracks:
01. Teach Your Children 02. Help Me 03. Sure Do Need Him Now 04. Great Judgement Morning 05. Why Me 06. The World Needs 07. Just Before The Dawn 08. My Faith Is In You 09. Satisfied Mind 10. Hold On 11. One More Time