Truth Justice Freedom And Love (L&W CO 2342) 1970?


Your basic primitive cheap-o custom recording from your basic collegiate Catholic folk group. You know, the ‘60s Newman Club variety. Actually the album is kind of bad, but there’s still a certain “real folks” vibe and enthusiasm in the presentation that I can relate to. They pleasantly stumble through covers of Ray Repp (‘Allelu’, ‘Of My Hands’), Peter Scholtes (‘They’ll Know We Are Christians By Our Love’), Sebastian Temple (‘Sing People Of God’), Joe Wise (‘Glory’), plus a couple original songs (‘Love Is’, ‘Till Every Prayer Is Gone’). Six guys, six girls, four acoustic guitars, one banjo. I like the vocal exchange between the band members at the beginning of the album (“Are you here Brother Bob?” “I’m with you, brother!”). From St. Thomas Aquinas Center at Purdue University. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).



I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Ken for the front cover photos.