Yahweh (Gramophone GR 0020) 1973?
More pleasant soothing solemn contemplative folk sounds in the World Library and FEL method No percussion this time, but they’ve added light background organ to the acoustic guitars and delicate harmonies. Includes interpretations of two John Ylvisaker songs: ‘Kyrie’ and ‘Agnus Dei’, both from his Mass For The Secular City. Other covers include Tom Condon (‘I Raise My Eyes To The Mountain’), The Dameans (‘All That We Have’, ‘Sing Out His Goodness’), Mike Joncas (‘A Song Of Hope’, ‘When We Eat This Bread’), Leo Nestor (‘From Heaven The Lord Looks Down’) and St. Louis Jesuits (‘You Are My Sons’, ‘Yahweh, I Know You Are Near’). Simple and sincere. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Ken for the front cover photo. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo and the track list.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||I Raise My Eyes To The Mountain||3:59|
|1-3||All That We Have||3:23|
|1-5||Sing Out His Goodness||4:11|
|1-6||Yahweh Called Me||3:58|
|2-1||From Heaven The Lord Looks Down||3:07|
|2-2||A Song Of Hope||2:33|
|2-4||When We Eat This Bread||3:35|
|2-5||You Are My Sons||3:34|
|2-6||Yahweh, I Know You Are Near||4:46|