Good News (Universal Recording U-65223) 1976?
Catholic male/female group of thirteen and their home-made folk lp. Bearing acoustic guitars, electric bass, banjo, ﬂute and crisp harmonies, they make a zestful run through the old World Library catalog, rendering songs by artists like Tom Parker, Jack Mifﬂeton, Ray Repp, Sebastian Temple and The Group. They must have especially liked The Roarnin’ Collars since they cover three of their songs. Sixteen tracks in all. Handsome yearbook-style photos of each member on the back (perhaps they took a cue from Guitar Ensemble). Formed in 1968 at St. Boniface Church in Lafayette, Indiana, the group recorded this album to commemorate their eighth year. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the track list and the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Time Has Come|
|1-2||You Are My Son|
|1-4||Valley Of Darkness|
|1-5||We've Been To The Mountain|
|1-6||Into Your Hands|
|1-7||Prayer For Peace|
|1-8||Song Of Freedom|
|2-2||Alleluia No. 1|
|2-4||No Time Like The Present|
|2-5||In You Do I Find My Rewards|
|2-7||Time To Pray|
|2-8||To Be Alive|