A Little Bit 0’ Us (Telephone TSS1001) 1978?
Wonderful folk/folk-rock custom from Lubbock, Texas female threesome of Peggy Byrd, Marsha Martie and Mary Ichtertz. Two of them are holding acoustic guitars on the b&w cover photo, plus there are three guys helping them out on instruments like lead guitar, bass, sax, ﬂute and drums. They all get a good fun-loving saxophone r&r groove going on ‘Jesus Hanging ‘Round’ (enlivened with country pedal steel ﬂourishes) and the energized rocker ‘Freedom Road’. More often though they have a stirring acoustic folk style, precious harmonies leading the way on gentle selections like ‘Hey!’, ‘Crucifixion’ and ‘Little Bit 0’ You’. Also a couple great frisky upbeat numbers to keep your feet moving (‘Marsha Martie’s Meaningful Song’ and ‘Born To Be Me’). Features ten of their own songs. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the song list and for the rear cover photo
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-2||Jesus Hangin' 'Round|
|1-3||Rays Of Hope|
|1-4||Marsha Martie's Meaningful Song|
|2-3||Born To Be Me|
|2-4||I Am The Way|
|2-5||Little Bit O' You|