We Sang Our Songs Upon A Hill (Map TMCLP 009) 1974 UK *
Scarce private press from UK folk ensemble whose stirring presence is comparable to Cloud, 11:59, Valley Of Achor or (crossing the Big Pond) God Unlimited. Acoustic guitars, soft male/female harmonies and periodic solo singing lead the way, backed by bass, piano and gentle echoed electric guitar. I’d guess there to be around ten or so members in the group. Most songs written by Stephen Church, three of which appear on the equally rare So Confusing And So Very Clear lp (the title track, ‘It’s Better That I Go” and ‘Psalm 18’). Also covers of ‘Silent Night’, ‘All ‘My Trials’ and ‘Day Is Done’. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo and the track list. Thank you rootsvinylguide for the track list.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||We Sang Our Songs Upon A Hill|
|1-2||Answer Me The Mystery|
|1-3||I Can Feel The Spirit|
|1-4||Who Will Share My Cross?|
|2-1||All My Trials|
|2-2||Wouldn't It Be Nice|
|2-3||It's Better That I Go|
|2-4||Lamb Of God|
|2-6||Day Is Done|