Dave Stearman (VES-707-S) 1973?
Quiet appealing folk custom from soft-voiced singer/ songwriter. Mostly just Dave and acoustic guitar on titles like “Follow Me’, ‘The Sun ls Shining Thru’, ‘I Believe In God’ and ‘You Can See’. The stand-out track would have to be ‘Messiah’, an unusual minor-key song with a decidedly Eastern tone. The addition of percussion and bass brings a simple acoustic rock vibe to selections like ‘Talkin’ ‘Bout Jesus’, ‘The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader’ and ‘Holy Glory’, the latter containing the line “Jesus socked it to ya again”. Stephanie Boosahda adds keyboards (piano, harpsichord) and backing vocals to a couple songs. Should appeal to those who enjoy the mellow acoustic side of James Taylor. Dave also turned up with an lp on Star Song in the early ‘80s See also The Life Of A New Creation. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).
I have not acquired this album yet.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Talkin' 'bout Jesus|
|1-3||The Sun Is Shining Through|
|1-4||I Believe In God|
|1-5||It's Not A Hurry Kind Of Day|
|2-2||Voyage of the Dawn Treader|
|2-3||You Can See|
|2-5||He Turned the Water Into Wine|