Live In South Philly (Fourth Man JMEC) 1979
Bill Romansky – you might recognize the name from some Larry Norman albums as a member of the Young Lions. He also had a couple albums in the ‘80s under the name Street Angel. His ﬁrst album is a live acoustic concert – a simple approach with verbal exchange not unlike Randy Matthews’ Now Do You Understand (though I’m reminded more of early Ron Moore). It’s like being at a coffeehouse – just the man and his guitar (exchanged for a dobro on one occasion) strumming though titles like ‘Rock And Roll Of Ages’, ‘I See A Hill’, ‘To Be Like Him’, ‘Militant’, and ‘Drunkard’. Nice bluesy playing, too – I’ve got a feeling I’d like the guy even if he didn’t sing. (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||I See A Hill Talk||1:30|
|1-2||Rock & Roll Of Ages||2:37|
|1a||I See A Hill||2:17|
|2-3||To Be Like Him||5:46|