Praise You Lord (QCA 904037-2663) 1975?
An unscheduled stop at a Lancaster, Ohio junk shop rescued this obscure buried gem from certain oblivion. The simple hands-releasing-a—dove illustration didn’t look promising and neither did the word “gospel” in the band name, but there was a song called ‘Jesus Rocks’ which didn’t sound like anything traditional so I ﬁgured what the hey. Turns out it’s a pretty decent amateur attempt at progressive country and Southern rock. The aforementioned tune, ‘Twenty—Five Hours To Sing’, and ‘Satan’s Army’ are all solid driving rockers in the Skynyrd tradition and the electric slide work on a couple cuts gives a faint glimmer of the Allman Brothers. ‘Words’ has a moving ethereal drifting groove with one of the lengthier guitar solos of the set. Custom label from the Cincinnati area. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Praise You Lord||3:08|
|1-2||Body's Like A Prison||4:23|
|1-3||Twenty-five Hours To Sing||2:56|
|2-1||Find The One Above||3:06|
|2-4||Put Your Spirit Inside Of Me||3:36|