Reesor Communicates (Christian Folk FCS—1969) 1970?



Here’s something of interest on this typically uninteresting Nashville label. Reesor’s softly crooned vocals coupled with a light brooding rockabilly beat and twangy phased electric guitar comes across as Elvis Presley murmuring over Chris Isaak Lite (very Lite). The instrumental backing is kind of squelched in the mix and ‘I wish it coulda rocked out more, but considering there ain’t much in this genre the watered-down version’ll have to do. A couple spoken-word-over-organ tear jerker things. All original songs with titles, like ‘Fire’, ‘Hypocrite’, ‘Governor Dan’, ‘A Hundred Years’, ‘Brother John’, others. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).


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




Song #Song TitleTime
1-1A Golden Dream
1-3Search For Peace
1-4Don’t We All?
1-5A Hundred Years
2-2Brother John
2-3River Of Life
2-4What Are Friends For?
2-5Govenor Dan