The Truth (Impact HWS 3014) 1970?
These three girls and two guys have nothing to do with the same label’s large group with all the uniforms, horns, and stuff”. With groovy mellow ooh-and—aah female/male harmonies over-top a delicate electric folk-rock base, this quaint little outﬁt emerges as a first-rate charmer. ‘Three In One’, ‘He Lives And I Live’, ‘What Is Life?’, ‘Singin’ In The Morning’ and ‘Jesus Came’ all totally nail the vibe with their fragile sighing ﬂoat— away electric ‘60s soft-rock grooves. For the more folk-rock side of the group, check out ‘You Must Be Born Again’. Fans of softies-with—an-edge like We Five and The Sandpipers might want to give these folks a listen. Production is clean and simple, with just guitars (acoustic, electric, bass) and drums for backing – no keyboards, strings or horns. All original songs, a beat, even a faint plugged-in garage angle: it’s the sound all those over-produced “now generation” Youth For Christ groups missed. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you George for the front and rear cover photos.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Three In One||3:37|
|1-2||He Lives And I Live||3:15|
|1-3||Mary Had A Baby||2:57|
|1-4||It Is Good||2:37|
|1-5||You Must Be Born Again||2:54|
|2-1||What Is Life?||2:30|
|2-2||Singin' In The Morning||2:35|
|2-3||How Could I Have Forgotten The Lord?||2:10|