Experience (TN C-2002) 1972?



Robust ‘60s-style adult folk that might lure fans of groups like the New Christy Minstrels. New Creation is two ladies and three men who look to be in their early thirties. Their self-written songs are surprisingly touching at times. The more spirited numbers have a vibrant ebb and flow with a solid big beat and some lively 12-string solos. The ballads have some killer harmonies straight outta haunting lush dreamy higher key elevator music. Clear production with classy understated string orchestration on a few songs, done right for once. Sounds like some harpsichord and celeste in there as well. (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.


Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Son Of A Carpenter2:57
1-2And We Call His Name Jesus3:02
1-3A Reason To Believe3:39
1-4Lonely Crowds2:37
1-5This Book Is True3:01
1-6Run, Run, Run3:15
2-1Reach Out Now4:33
2-2I Found The Way2:05
2-3Come To Him3:04
2-4Dream Of Lace2:40
2-5What Have they Done To The Saviour2:09
2-6Only A Handful Of Twelve4:24