So Many Faces (Cuca K-1190) 1969?
Still basically a folk group, but now with more electric guitar and organ, inching their sound closer to that of fellow collared heavy hitters The Mission. hi fact ‘Try To Understand Me’ even ﬁnds the boys wielding a primitive fuzz riff that’s right in line with all those ‘60s garage-rock bands. Dennis Ference ﬁne tunes his skill for writing catchy folk/pop songs like ‘A Thousand Clowns’, ‘If A Leaf Could Talk’ and ‘No Star Is Ever Lost’. Spiritual numbers such as ‘Come And Follow Me’, ‘Is This The Love (1 Cor. 13:1-13)’ and ‘Come Along’ appear alongside covers of mainstream hits like ‘Who Am I’, ‘What A Day For A Daydream’ and ‘Georgy Girl’. Not bad at all. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo and the song list. I have not acquired this album yet.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Who Am I|
|1-2||A Thousand Clowns|
|1-3||If A Leaf Could Talk|
|1-4||What A Day For A Daydream|
|1-6||Hee Nay Mah Tov|
|2-1||Try To Understand Me|
|2-3||Come And Follow Me|
|2-4||No Star Is Ever Lost|
|2-5||Is This The Love (I Cor. 13:1-13)|
|2-6||This Door Swings Both Ways|