Sower (No label LRS-RT-6468) 1979?
Sower reminds me of the glory days of the male/female Jesus music folk-rock group. I’m thinking of albums like Dove’s debut, Phoenix Sonshine’s Shinin’ In The Light and Suncast’s In Touch Again. The custom-made Sower is on equal footing with all those classics. That endearing blend of 12-string guitar, electric guitar leads/backing, rhythm section and moving guy/girl harmonies shines brightly on songs like ‘That I Might Serve Thee’, ‘Faith’, ‘Gethsemane’, ‘Quick To Believe A Lie’ and ‘Rich Man, Poor Man, Saved Man’. Light Spanish ﬂavor on ‘Herman Smith Valdez’, a testimony about a Mexican believer. Sharp pencil cover illustration of lady scattering seed in a field. 500 made. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you George for the album cover photos.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-2||That I Might Serve Thee|
|1-4||I Can't Wait|
|2-1||Herman Smith Valdez|
|2-2||You Are There|
|2-3||The Love He Gives Me|
|2-4||Quick To Believe A Lie|
|2-5||Rich Man, Poor Man, Saved Man|