Then Came A Wind (no label 911068-1877) 1978?
Wayzata, Minnesota folk-singer with hushed sensitive vocals and soft melancholy acoustic style. This commendable home-made recording features songs like ‘Twenty-third Psalm’, ‘Blessed’, ‘Tree Song’, ‘You’ve Heard My Voice’, ‘The Lord’s Prayer’, ‘Lost Horizon’ and ‘Weave Me The Sunshine’, typically backed by just Rick’s acoustic guitar and Doug Russell’s electric bass. Has some of that loner folk vibe going down. Probably the only place you’ll hear Wings’ ‘Silly Love Songs’ performed in coffeehouse fashion. Says that he and his family spent some time ministering down in Mexico. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you George for both the front and rear cover photo. Thank you Discogs for the track list.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Then Came A Wind||3:20|
|1-4||Silly Love Songs||3:23|
|1-6||Flyin' Like An Eagle||3:02|
|2-2||You've Heard My Voice||2:29|
|2-3||The Lord's Prayer||2:39|
|2-4||Weave Me The Sunshine||2:34|
|2-5||Thank You For The Day||2:47|