Rebirth (Tribute FR-2395-SM) 1972?
Hey this folkie gal’s got a groooovy collection of dreamy ballads, folk- pop-beat, and acoustic bluesy jazzy stuff all with laid-back hip ﬂower power arrangements and a kick-off-yer-shoes cool attitude. She sounds very similar stylistically to Judy MacKenzie, another sister who took the path less beaten. A small crack band backs her guitar and vocals with snappy drums, acoustic guitars heavy on the bluesy twang (Glenn Schwartz and the “All Saved Freek Chorus” make a special appearance on ‘Building The Earth’), piano, harmonica, and ﬂute. Lyrically her songs are heavy on stuff like “peace” and “love”. On small mostly Catholic label. See also EP section. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you George for the cover photos and Discogs for the track list.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||If We Could Share||3:02|
|1-2||Believe It's Time||2:09|
|1-4||Raise Your Voice||3:09|
|1-6||Just My Life||4:16|
|2-1||Building The Earth||3:03|
|2-3||You Can't Run Away||3:00|
|2-4||Man Of Love||2:34|
|2-5||Go In Peace||2:58|