1979

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JOE WISE

Fourteen tracks, some of them being of the short liturgical variety. Nice use of autoharp and dulcimer on the opening...

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MEDICAL MISSION SISTERS, THE

Nuns. Not top of my list when I’m thinking of cutting-edge music. I’d passed up these albums many times figuring...

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MEDICAL MISSION SISTERS, THE

See review under the “Remember Me” album. diakoneo

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JANCIS HARVEY

From The Darkness Came Light adds electric guitar and drums to several songs, making for one of Harvey’s most satisfying...

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BRUSHWOOD LAUREL

Good ol’ Brushwood Laurel. They’re probably the only band in the world to do bluegrass covers of Larry Norman (‘Look...

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PRESSED DOWN, SHAKEN TOGETHER AND RUNNING OVER

Though much of the edge from their debut is lacking here, Star Of The Show still manages to capture an...

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PILGRIM FRIARS, THE

Very nice fragile melodic folk custom from six Brothers of the Western Dominican Province, robed in white and benignly posing...

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