Bless The Lord (FEL 622) 1975
Bless The Lord introduces some graceful Clapton-esque slide guitar on ‘Jeremiah Sings The Blues’ and ‘Someday’, while ‘Wings Of Wood’ receives an intriguing sitar effect. Such moments make Bless The Lord slightly more cutting-edge overall than 0 Let Him In. Maybe it’s the catchier melodies, but the Whitebird selections also seem to have a better chemistry going down on ‘Alleluia – Psalm 57’, ‘A Blessing Song’ and the title track, all of which feature ﬂute accompaniment. Nice acoustic guitar solo on ‘Jesus Gave His Life Away’. Includes another enchanting Paul Clark-ish acoustic ballad entitled ‘Penitential Song’. See also Sing Out! Arise! Rejoice! (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you George for the front and rear cover photo and track list.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Bless The Lord||3:02|
|1-2||Alleluia - Psalm 57||3:05|
|1-3||Jeremiah Sings The Blues||2:19|
|1-5||Wings Of Wood||3:23|
|2-1||Sing A Brand New Song||3:18|
|2-3||Jesus Gave His Life Away||2:46|
|2-4||A Blessing Song||3:44|