The Sounds Of Praises (Broken BR 001) 1980







Servant Band, The - The Sounds Of Praises










Not a “praise” band as the title might lead you to believe, but actually a tight rock outfit. The Sounds Of Praises often has a heavy edge that evokes the smooth—grooved style of Atlanta Rhythm Section or early DeGarmo & Key. Great electric guitar action throughout, including some long soloing and exciting twin leads. Sometimes breezy, upbeat and touched with jazz influences. At other times the moods are quiet and dreamy, The free—sailing ‘Strength To My Soul’ has a nice jamming Sweet Comfort Band vibe to it. Usually male lead vocals, with airy male/female bgvs. Good authentic sound with no strings, horns, etc. Stupendous cover art. They’re from Asheville, North Carolina. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).

Servant Band - Sounds (Bck)

I have not acquired this album yet.  Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo and the song list.



Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Sound Of Praises
1-2On The Horizon
1-3The “Mine”
1-4What A Difference Mercy Makes
2-1Household Of Four
2-2Strength To My Soul
2-3Turn Back
2-4The Visitation
2-5Just Praise His Name