Tell Of The Love (no label  SA 301) 1973

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brothers & Sisters - Tell Of The Love

 

 

 

 

 

California again with another quality male/female electric folk-rock act. These four Brothers and three Sisters might be found picking along hippie rural style, doing harmonized banjo country folk, or jamming to a trippy electric groove. Of special interest is the solemn minor-key acoustic number ‘He Paid With His Blood’ with its moving violin and mandolin accompaniment. Good plugged—in guitar leads on the blues workout ‘How Much Is Left For Jesus’. Other titles include ‘Listen To The Word’, ‘The Preacher’, ‘Jesus Was A Carpenter’, ‘Livin’ Like The Devil’, ‘Jesus Is The Best’, thirteen original songs in all. Large open-out lyric insert included.   Nice home-made relaxed kick—back vibes throughout. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).

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Brothers & Sisters - Tell (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
1-1Tell of The love
1-2Take A Look Around You
1-3Listen To The Word
1-4The Preacher
1-5Jesus Was A Carpenter
1-6He Paid With His Blood
2-1Take A Walk With The Saviour
2-2If You Want To Feel Happy
2-3Sing About My Jesus
2-4How Much Is Left For Jesus
2-5Livin’ Like The Devil
2-6Jesus Is The Best
2-7An Invitation

 

 

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