Messages With A Lilt (Teldisc Evangelical  SEP 308) 1965 UK * 7” EP 45 RPM

 

 

Founded in Cardiff, Wales. The band recorded gospel themed beat music. They also did The Proclaimers [UK], Teldisc Evangelical, UK, EP, Cat# SEP 310, 1965, The Gospel Train, which did make it into The Archivist. Both of these records featured the same 8 members with the third and 4th records 4 of the members (MICHAEL BANNISTER, MARY DALLING, JAMES ATKINSON and JOHN PATTERSON), left the group and three new members had been added. I have not acquired this record yet. It is not in The Archivist as yet. The definition of lilt in the Mirriam-Webster dictionasry: 1 : a spirited and usually cheerful song or tune 2 : a rhythmical swing, flow, or cadence 3 : a springy buoyant movement. In the English by Oxford Dictionaries 1A characteristic rising and falling of the voice when speaking; a pleasant gentle accent. 1.1 A pleasant, gently swinging rhythm in a song or tune. 1.2 Scottish archaic; A cheerful tune. Speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord. (NKJV) EHP 5:19      diakoneo

Tracks:

Song #Song TitleTime
1-1I'm On My Way
1-2Yes He Did
2-1You'd Better Get On That Road
2-2He'll Understand

 

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