33 A.D. (John Law 720101) 1971?
Another competent can’t—complain co-ed ten-person folk outﬁt doin’ their thing with acoustic guitars, upright bass, tambourine, drums and piano. Like many Christian folk groups with this same lineup, these Colorado folks do entertaining strums through standards like ‘To Be Alive’, ‘He Ain’t Heavy’, ‘When The Ship Comes In’, ‘You Can Tell The World’, ‘Get Together’, etc. Heavy drums and skillful piano join in at times to add some pizzazz, standouts being their creative interpretations of ‘One In The Spirit’ and ‘Blind Man’, the latter featuring an extended jamming jazz section. The group was formed in 1969 with students from the University of Northern Colorado. One of the members is Chuck Bolte who later went on to lead the Jeremiah People (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet.Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||To Be Alive|
|1-2||He Ain't Heavy|
|1-3||When The Ship Comes In|
|1-4||One In The Spirit|
|2-1||I'm Gonna Keep On Singin'|
|2-3||I Shall Know Him|
|2-4||Put Your Hand In The Hand Of The Man|
|2-5||You Can Tell The World|