I Know Where I’m Going (PCI PCI-2011) 1978?
Jim and Judy Willis’ custom record is for the most part a workable mix of simply-arranged acoustic folk and pop led by soft mellow well harmonized vocals. Acoustic guitars in the fore front plus drums and electric bass on folky beat-backed tracks like ‘One Tin Soldier’ and ‘I Am The Resurrection’. Best song is their silky treatment of Linda Rich’s ‘Tomorrow’s Mountain’ with stirring bongo accompaniment. Other titles may fill in with piano, electric piano, marimba and low-key brass. Believe it or not I actually enjoyed their rendition of Barry Manilow’s ‘Daybreak’. Also versions of ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ and Paul Clark’s ‘Let Us Climb The Hill Together’. The remaining tracks are a let down as they tend to have more of a traditional format (‘How Great Thou Art’, ‘My Tribute’, ‘In The Garden’, etc.). From Royalston, Massachusetts. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo and the song list.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||I Know Where I’m Going|
|1-2||I Am The Resurrection|
|1-3||In The Garden|
|1-4||Heaven Came Down|
|1-5||The Light House|
|1-6||One Tin Soldier|
|2-2||Let Us Climb The Hill Together|
|2-3||How Great Thou Art|
|2-5||Bridge Over Troubled Waters|