Son Of David (BE 845) 1978



Son Of David is a lovely recording of dreamy lyrical electric soft rock. Larry’s guitar work is excellent throughout, often echoing the flowing atmospheric quality of Phil Keaggy on What A Day. Light progressive influences surface on selections like ‘New Song’, ‘Noah’, ‘Waters Of Life’ and the title track, while others are graced with artsy soft-jazz flourishes (like the irresistibly smooth-grooved ‘Glory To The Lord’). Some of the quieter acoustic material basks in a gentle melodic folk-psych warmth akin to Harvest Flight (Larry’s soothing vocals even hear some passing resemblance to Evan Williams). All eleven songs written by Larry. Custom-made recording from Ardmore, Pennsylvania. Cover has a simple attractive b&w line drawing of Christ in the clouds. A beautiful work of art. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).

I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you George for the rear cover photo.


Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Son Of Davod4:20
1-2My Father's Glory3:15
1-3All Of Your Life2:45
1-4New Song3:25
1-5Hold Your Love High3:15
1-6Run Away3:15
2-2Come To Me4:15
2-3Waters Of Life3:45
2-4Glory To The Lord3:00
2-5Were You Lonely3:25