Grace II (No label LRS-RT-6399) 1978
Grace’s second album is another high-quality endeavor in their classic rural folk-rock style. As with their debut, their music primarily leaves an acoustic impression, although electric rhythm and lead guitar can be readily heard on songs like ‘His Passion’, the Pat Terry-ish opener ‘Let Your Light Shine’, ‘The Gift Of God Is Love’, ‘Who Will’ and ‘Try To Imagine’. The latter benefits from subtle use of phasing, as does ‘Get Your Eyes Off The Problem’. 12-string guitar is all over the place, bringing a pleasant sunshine vibe to ‘Reap What You Sow’ and ‘He’s My Friend’, while the ballads ‘Don’t They Know’ and ‘Selah’ take a dreamy shimmering direction. Nice homey Love Song-ish country mood to ‘Get The Door Please’ which opens with the band having some outdoor spiritual conversation amidst a campfire and chirping insects. 1000 made. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
This one was on the Heavenly Grooves Site.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|01||Let Your Light Shine|
|02||Reap What You Sow|
|03||Don't They Know|
|04||Get Your Eyes Off The Problem|
|07||Get The Door Please|
|08||He's My Friend|
|09||Try To Imagine|
|10||The Gift Of God Is Love|