Born Yesterday (no label, no #) 1971?
Now here we go, this is considerably more interesting. Born Yesterday still for the most part follows that happy Crusader “now sound”, but this time with the added punch of two heavy rock-minded tracks: ‘Love Comes Down’ and a cover of ‘Let’s Get Together’, both with rough snarling fuzz action alongside the groovy guy/gal pop harmonies. Outside of that, it’s an acceptable though sometimes stylistically clashing mishmash that includes ‘60s folk (‘Jordan’s River’, ‘Come The Day’), jazz (the lively jamming instrumental ‘Blues To Sandi’), orchestrated MOR (‘Come With Me’) and brassy pop-rock (‘Help Us Change The World’, the title track). Also a medley of the Association hits ‘Windy’ and ’Never My Love’. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you George for the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-2||Love Comes Down||3:08|
|1-3||Blues To Sandi||2:08|
|1-4||Come The Day||2:19|
|1-5||Come With Me||3:24|
|1-6||Let's Get Together||2:53|
|2-1||Help Us Change The World||2:38|
|2-3||Windy - Never My Love||4:20|
|2-4||He's Everything To Me||2:19|