Song Of Songs (DH 372) 1977?
Prior to hooking up with Christian labels such as Priority and Myrrh in the ‘80s, David & The Giants released several custom recordings ir1 an easygoing pop/soft-rock style. The group at this point in time consisted of brothers Rayborn Huff, (piano. Arp string ensemble, moog), Clayborn Huff (bass) and David Huff (guitars, piano), together with Owen Hale (drums) and Gerald Hagan (piano, moog, Fender Rhodes). Song Of Songs is their ﬁrst album — a welcome collection of mellow songs that rises above standard ccm through their catchy melodies and smart arrangements. Keyboards obviously play an integral role in their sound, but you’ll notice they work in some electric guitar too. ‘Roll On’, ‘Rough And Rocky’, ‘Turn, Turn’, ‘Glory Hallelujah’, ‘Jesus Saves’ and ‘The Lord Is My Lover’ are some of the titles. Good production for a custom lp, more or less embodying the sound of late-‘70s light rock radio. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo.
Thank you Laura Munson for the Song list and the “Kudos to soulfulkindamusic for this song list:”
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-2||Rough and Rocky|
|1-3||Thank You, Jesus|
|1-5||This Is My Prayer|
|2-4||The Lord Is My Lover|