In The Late 20th Century (Deep SRS-1018) 1977?

 

 

A small step back for the group’s third lp, mainly due to the periodic brass additives that sometimes direct their sound away from rock and folk toward leisure-th pop. Still a few decent songs with a “Jesus music” vibe and a not-too-refined mix of electric guitar and synthesizer. The best cuts avoid the horns and processed vocals, examples being the ballad ‘The Omnipotent’ (enhanced with Arp and wind-like synth), the boogie-woogie rocker ‘There Ain’t Nothin’ and the bright organ-backed ‘Jesus Set You Free’ (good guitar solo, too). All their own songs, ten in all. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).

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

Tracks:

Song #Song TitleTime
1-1I Wanna Sing
1-2Come Minister
1-3Jesus Set You Free
1-4When I Go To Sleep
1-5Now More Than Ever
2-1New Thing
2-2The Omnipotent
2-3Jesus Took All Of Me
2-4There Ain’t Noth’in
2-5Coming Home

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