The Other Side (NJC 21003) 1972?
These Biola College folksters derived their name from the Fred Neil song made famous by Jefferson Airplane Good strummin’ ‘60s custom sound featuring wholesome laid-back male/female California harmonies over a pleasant 12—string jangle with respectable acoustic leads. Twelve tracks total, mostly covers like ‘When The Ship Comes In’, ‘Here Comes The Sun’, ‘Fire And Rain’, Larry Norman’s ‘Wish We’d All Been Ready’. Top songs are the ﬂute and bongo accompanied original ‘Sunshine’ and the bluesy jammin’ title cut with its spacey tremolo ending. Banjo turns up on ‘You Can Tell The World’, dobro on ‘Trarnp On The Street’. Way better than a lot of the bands you typically see doing these kinds of songs. Handsome leather embossed cover. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo and track listing.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||When The Ship Comes In|
|1-2||Buy For Me The Rain|
|1-4||Here Comes The Sun|
|2-1||The Other Side|
|2-2||Fire And Rain|
|2-3||Tramp On The Street|
|2-5||I Wish We’d All Been Ready|
|2-6||You Can Tell The World|