Folk In Worship (BBC REC 58) 1969 UK *







Scott, Dana & Crown Folk - Folk In Worship






An inviting British folk 1p with plain and simple yet spirited and professional interpretations of nineteen songs encompassing the topics of Biblical/festival (‘Lord Of The Dance’, ‘The Lord’s Prayer’), love thy neighbor (‘When I Needed a Neighbour’, ‘There But For Fortune’), love/freedom/anti-war (‘Where Have All The Flowers Gone’, ‘Blowin’ In The Wind’), religious feelings about life (‘Kum Ba Yah’, ‘Turn You Round’) and spirituals (‘Wayfarin’ Stranger’, ‘All My Trials’). Dana’s female vocals are quite charming as are those of the three men known as The Crown Folk. Simple instrumentation features acoustic guitars, flute and bass. See also The Crown Folk. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).




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Song #Song TitleTime
1-01Lord Of The Dance
1-02Go Tell It On The Mountain
1-03Wayfarin' Stranger
1-04Kum Ba Yah
1-05Pigs Can See The Wind
1-06When I Needed A Neighbour
1-07Where Have All The Flowers Gone?
1-08Blowin' In The Wind
1-09Rock My Soul
2-01Gospel Ship
2-02Oh Healing River
2-03Folk Nativity
2-04All My Trials
2-05Turn You Round
2-06Kelston Round Hill
2-07The Lord's Prayer
2-08Strangest Dream
2-09There But For Fortune