Harmony (Breakthrough HP 101) 1972 UK *

 

 

 

 

 

Harmony (UK)

 

 

 

 

Four young British girls and their non-essential gospel pop-rock record. To its merit the rhythm section gets a fair quasi-funky electric groove going on ‘The Way That You’re Leading’ and ‘Don’t It Make You Wanta Go Home’. Their 12-string folk/pop interpretations of ‘On The Other Side’ and ‘Put Your Hand In The Hand’ don’t turn out too badly either. But more often it’s pretty vocals, an avalanche of strings and horns, and mellow glossed covers of songs like ‘He Looked Beyond My Faults’, ‘I’ve Got Confidence’, ‘Morning Has Broken’ and “What The World Needs Now Is Love’. Arranged and conducted by Peter Bye, Same UK label as Justyn Rees’ Down My Road. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).

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.Harmony - Harmony (Bck)

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

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Tracks:

 

Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Oh Happy Day
1-2Everywhere I Look
1-3I Know Where I’m Going
1-4The Way That You’re Leading
1-5Don’t It Make You Wanna Go Home
1-6I’m Going Back
2-1He Looked Beyond My Faults
2-2I’ve Got Confidence
2-3 Morning Has Broken
2-4On The Other Side
2-5What The World Needs Now
2-6Put Your Hand In The Hand

 

 

 

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