Such Love (Third Day Power TDP-l) 1980

 

 

Likable soft rock guy with some catchy songs and a fair amount of electric guitar (courtesy of James Felix and Sweet Comfort Band’s Randy Thomas). Some of these songs sound like they could have served time on 1980 pop radio, somewhere in between Christopher Cross, Robbie Dupree and Jackson Browne, especially the opening ‘Someone’s Calling’. The title song manages a decent melding of rock, funk and jazz, with just a twinge of disco. ‘Heart Of The Matter’ is close behind with its smooth-n-easy jazz groove. ‘Carpenter’ is a strong ballad featuring a nice build-up of electric guitar, including Keaggy-like volume pedal effects. Also some easygoing acoustic-oriented tunes and MOR ballads. Tony’s on lead vocals and acoustic guitar. Female backup vocals on several tracks. Produced by James Felix. Independent release from West Covina, California. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).

I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Ken for the front cover and Discogs  for the other album photos and track list.  Thank you Donald for the improved rear cover photo.

Tracks:

Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Someone's Calling
1-2She's A Girl
1-3Such Love
1-4Perhaps Maybe Someday
1-5Rest In His Arms
2-1Doo Wop (Wings To Fly)
2-2You Move Me
2-3Heart Of The Matter
2-4Carpenter
2-5Please, Let Me Serve

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