I’ve Got This Feeling (Rivendell RR-2105) 1979
Mellow jazz-pop-rock from Texas foursome of Nancy Lindley, Keith Stainback, Gary Peacock and Gary McClain. Clean production, with keyboards (piano, electric piano and synthesizer) and lead electric guitar providing most of the jazz angle, along with occasional saxophone. This is the kind of sound I typically associate with folks like Harlan Rogers, Hadley Hockensmith and Fletch Wiley (i.e., Sonlight), although none of them are involved here. A few MOR ballads slowing things down, but also some pleasant upbeat songs like ‘You’re The Reason’ and ‘By Faith I Stand’. Engineered by Brian Tankersley, with production assistance from Randy Adams. On the small Rivendell label which also released records by Damascus and Daybreak, and apparently had some connections to the Star Song folks. Has one of those glorious home-made covers. (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||By Faith I Stand||3:20|
|1-2||I’ve Got This Feeling||3:45|
|1-3||The Love Of My Lord||3:50|
|1-4||Lord We've Come To Praise Your Name / Stand And Sing||4:10|
|1-5||You're The Reason||3:15|
|2-1||It Was His Love||3:58|
|2-2||Take The Time||3:23|
|2-3||Power In The Blood||3:48|
|2-4||Jesus Is The Way / John 3:16||4:18|