In New England (Stream Mountain no #) 1980

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stromberg, Bob

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bob’s song-writing continues to mature with this heart-warming collection of songs that often mirrors the sophisticated style of Mark Heard. Mostly an out-doorsy acoustic presence supplemented here and there with electric leads – one of those homey sitting-by—the—fireplace— with-a—cup-of—coffee records, with subject matter that includes cottage life (‘Hembygden’), becoming a parent (‘Baby Mine’), love (‘It’s Just You, Dear’), dancing (‘High Steppin’), childhood memories (‘Frozen Light’) and the self-explanatory ‘I’d Love To Live In New England”. Spiritual themes are covered in ‘Was It I’ (a song about Peter, Paul and the author) and ‘Child In A Mother’s Arms’ (inspired by Psalm 131 and the Sermon on the Mount). On a more humorous note would be “The Iowa Interstate Tattooed Toad Tune’, Bob plays a number of different guitars, plus melodica and on one occasion musical saw, while two others supply additional guitar work. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have not acquired this album yet.

 

Tracks:

 

Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Love to Live in New England
1-2Hembygden
1-3Baby Mine
1-4Melody
1-5High Steppin
1-6Was It I
2-1Its Just You Dear
2-2What Do you Say?
2-3Child in a Mothers Arms
2-4Toad Tune
2-5Frozen Light
2-6Rivers of Life

 

 

 

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