Look At The Sunshine (Southern Sound SSP-1001) 1978
Look At The Sunshine seems less consistent than the earlier lps, mainly because of its tendency toward MOR ballads where piano and string synthesizer hold reign. Still some pleasant examples of folky sunshine pop, such as the opening ‘Hey’ where once again they introduce each member in a verse. The album’s biggest perk, however, is the loud electric guitar that can be found roughing things up on ‘Walk On The Water’ and the brass-backed ‘Meet The Master’, providing an interesting contrast to the happy pop harmonies. Country edges on ‘Birthday Song’ and the title track, the latter with a bit of friendly fuzz guitar. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo and the song list.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-3||Walk On The Water||3:46|
|1-4||My Song For You||3:15|
|1-5||This Is Love||3:39|
|1-6||Meet The Master||3:06|
|2-1||Look At The Sunshine||3:17|
|2-2||It’s Been A Long, Long Time||4:38|