It’s What’s Inside (no label, no #) 1971?
More or less the pleasant home-made folk sounds you’d expect from looking at the cover of two guys walking through the woods with acoustic guitars. Scott Warren and Stephen Olson strum through familiar titles like ‘My Lord What A River’, ‘If I Had My Way’, ‘Pass It On’ and Gamble Folk’s ‘Two Worlds’, while also including a handful of their own songs (‘Susan’s Song’, ‘Why Should I Stand Alone’, ‘Who’s To Blame’). Also sporadic use of string bass, violin and percussion. The guitars take a back seat for a couple traditional piano-backed pieces, but most songs capture simple-natured folky moods. From Bloomington, Minnesota. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Laura and Donald for the track list and Donald for the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||My Lord What A River||2:10|
|1-2||My Friend And I||2:14|
|2-1||Why Should I Stand Alone||2:19|
|2-3||Who’s To Blame||2:23|
|2-5||If I Had My Way||3:13|
|2-6||Pass It On||2:50|