In Jesus Name (no label NR7630) 1976



This twosome’s three custom recordings contain some of the best examples of the melodic Catholic folk-rock style. Paul Knapp spent time as leader of a group called The Collarmen prior to becoming a priest at I St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Annapolis, Maryland George Brundick (female) was involved with a folk-rock outfit called The Dialectic Chord. Songwriting credits and guitar work are shared between the two as they collaborate to create a graceful sound that bears their own unique stamp, quickly becoming familiar and earning a place in your heart. The harmonies are exceptional – George in particular has a beautiful glowing voice. In Jesus Name features a warm blend of purely acoustic ballads and gently-flowing folk-rock, the latter often enhanced with bass, drums and keyboards (piano or electric piano). ‘River Of Joy’, ‘Child Of A Loving Father’, ‘Arise, Jerusalem’, ‘Jesus, Bread Of Life’ and ‘Each Time In My Life’ are some of the thirteen original songs presented here. A truly precious work. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).

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


Song #Song TitleTime
1-1River Of Joy2:21
1-2Come Into Me2:54
1-3Child of a Loving Father1:45
1-4In Jesus Name3:27
1-5Arise, Jerusalem2:28
1-6Christ Has Died...0:33
1-7Song For Life2:17
2-1Jesus Bread Of Life
2-2Each Time In My Life
2-4Lord Let Me Hear You
2-5The Lord's Prayer
2-6Praise God (Psalm 148)