Driftwood (Herald HRS-5378) 1976
Likeable folky soft rock album with rural acoustic guitar and piano blend, plus electric here and there. What really helps is the thick dose of mellotron (credited as organ), giving several of the songs a dreamy edge. Some MOR moments as you’d expect with the Herald label, but like Herald artists Daryl Daughtry, Manna and Bob & Maxine, the good ultimately outweighs the bad. Includes covers of Larry Norrnan’s ‘Right Here In America’ and ‘I Wish We’d All Been Ready’. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the song list and rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-2||Medley: Six Sixty Six / I Wish We'd All Been Ready||5:00|
|1-3||Carolina Coming Home||2:19|
|1-5||It Will All Be Over Soon||2:55|
|2-1||What Do I Do Now||3:10|
|2-2||Peace Won't Come||3:05|
|2-3||There Used To Be A Tree Growing Here||3:22|
|2-4||He Loves Them Anyway||3:33|
|2-5||Right Here In America||4:07|