Potter’s Clay  (Today  T502)  1972?  Canada *








Potter's Clay (Canada)








Charming sunshine pop, folk-rock and ballads album from three-guy two-girl Canadian group. If you have a fondness for groups like Free Design then you’ll undoubtedly take delight in original songs like ‘Gardener Of Eden’, ‘Key Of G’, ‘Hey There Mister Morning’ and ‘You Showed The Way’, all of which have catchy melodies and layers of groovy soaring harmonies that are sure to sweep you away. A notch behind but still sufficiently moving are renditions of ‘You’ve Got A Friend’, ‘God So Loved’ and ‘Peace And Love’. Only a couple lesser MOR tracks of the Crouch/Carmichael variety. Pleasant electric sound throughout that includes rhythm and lead guitars, bass, drums and piano, without any strings or horns. Best album by far on this small Canadian Christian label, also home to The Carpenter’s Union and Power & Light Co. Member, songwriter and lead guitarist Doug McKenzie’s name adorns many Canadian Jesus music albums.       (The Archivist, 4th edition  by Ken Scott).







Potter's Clay - Potters (Bck)








I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo & song list.





Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Keep On Singing
1-2Gardener Of Eden
1-3You've Got A Friend
1-4God So Loved
1-5Key Of G
2-1Hey There Mister
2-3Mighty Big Ways
2-4Peace And Love
2-5New 23rd
2-6You Showed The Way