Come The Day (Disciple DRC-1001) 1969
Collegiate folk septet doing hootenanny moves with two guitars, stand-up bass and a familiar set of spirituals and ‘60s folk standards. They play and harmonize efﬁciently but lack a unique element to distinguish them from all the others. On par with early New Folk. Includes covers of ‘You Didn’t Have To Be So Nice’ and ‘Ferry Cross The Mersey’ alongside stuff like ‘Early In The Mom’, ‘All My Trials’, ‘Come And Go With Me’, etc. Dordt College, Sioux City, Iowa. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Come The Day||1:52|
|1-2||You Don't Have To Be So Nice||1:46|
|1-3||The Dying Convict||2:39|
|1-4||Early In The Morn||1:23|
|1-5||The Drinkin' Gourd||2:36|
|1-6||All My Trials||3:19|
|2-1||Come And Go With Me||2:40|
|2-3||Ferry Cross The Mersey||2:36|
|2-4||Well, Well, Well||2:00|
|2-6||Ain't That Good News||1:19|