The Word Made Music (Light LS-5649) 1975
Since keyboardist Clark Gassman played a big role on Ralph Carmichael’s The Electric Symphony, I was curious to see if any of that inspiration carried over onto this album. While indeed there are a few interesting synthesizer moves scattered about, most of The Word Made Music is standard Light-label pop/easy-listening. The ﬂuffy “rock” ﬂourishes and loungy muzak harmonies help out slightly, but better more hip examples of this kind of sound can be found in musicals like ‘ Natural High. Don’t blame me if the anti-devil ditty ‘Mr. Bad, Mr. Evil’ becomes permanently lodged in your brain. John Fischer involved. (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you DISCOGS for the front cover photo and track list. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||Very Early This Morning|
|1-2||He Has Touched Me|
|1-3||Why Don't You Make The Next Time Today?|
|1-4||Prince Of Peace|
|1-5||Make A Joyful Noise|
|2-1||Share It With Your Friends|
|2-2||Mr. Bad, Mr. Evil|