Highlights From Concerts For The Hungry (Fourth Day 142641) 1976
Live concert of mostly black artists, recorded at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. Larry Finlayson performs in a mellow folk style similar to his Live At St. Mary ’s Cathedral lp. ‘Where He Leads Me’ and John Denver’s ‘Annie’s Song’ are done in a simple acoustic format, while ‘And I Love You So’ brings in piano and additional instruments for a slow cocktail jazz mood. The brief spoken message by Dom Helder Camara (Archbishop of Olinda and Recife, Brazil) as rendered in his intense dramatic accent is a delight to hear (sounds very African). Also a pair of stirring choral selections, including Vince Guaraldi’s ‘Theme To Grace’ (the album is dedicated to Vince). Finishes up in black gospel fashion with performances by Tramaine, Edwin and Walter Hawkins. Produced for Fourth Day, a non-proﬁt organization dedicated to “spreading the Good News of human liberation and empowerment”. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||LARRY FINLAYSON - Annie's Song||1:40|
|1-2||LARRY FINLAYSON - Where He Leads Me||3:04|
|1-3||LARRY FINLAYSON - And I Love You So||5:14|
|1-4||CRAIG BOND JAZZ MASS - The Nativity Mass, Excerpts||7:30|
|1-5||CRAIG BOND JAZZ MASS - Theme To Grace||4:38|
|2-1||DOM HELDER CAMARA - "I Believe In Music"||3:50|
|2-2||LARRY FINLAYSON - I Believe In Music||2:05|
|2-3||LOVE CENTER CHOIR - Changed||6:57|
|2-4||LOVE CENTER CHOIR - He's Got The Whole World||6:53|
|2-5||LOVE CENTER CHOIR - Goin' Up Yonder||4:48|