Two Hands (EMI CustomYPRX 2069) 1980? Australia *
A fairly worthwhile light rock, folk and pop record from Australian ﬁve— girl two-guy outﬁt. Mostly female lead vocals with backing from acoustic and electric guitars, piano, synthesizer, bass and drums, plus some clarinet, ﬂute, saxophone and recorder. Tracks like their dreamy rendition of Terry Talbot’s ‘Potter’s Clay’ show them capable of creating some very pretty music. Other covers include Leon Patillo’s ‘Dance Children Dance’ (with a perky electric guitar solo), Fred Field’s ‘Hide Away’ and Love Song’s ‘Sunday Afternoon’ and ‘Two Hands’. Only a few contemporary gospel tendencies, usually when they switch over to Dallas Holm stuff like ‘Hey I’m A Believer’ and ‘Heart Of Mine’. Produced by Peter Beveridge. (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.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Hey, I'm A Believer|
|1-2||Heart Of Mine|
|1-4||Day By Day|
|2-1||Dance Children Dance|
|2-4||I Believe In The Father|