about 1972

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PHYLIS BARNARD

Joey deserves a Spot in the Christian Dummy Hall of Fame right between Jiggers and Little Marcy. The poor little...

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TOM AND CANDY GREEN

First and by far the best album by this prolific Vermont twosome. Their subsequent albums would lean towards MOR and...

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HAKAMU

No, it’s not Don Ho’s backing band, but sixteen Canadian youths and their primitive folk custom. Unfortunately the album has...

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LYNN HANEY

Hey this folkie gal’s got a groooovy collection of dreamy ballads, folk- pop-beat, and acoustic bluesy jazzy stuff all with...

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BLESSED HOPE SINGERS

You’re flipping through the record bins when up pops this picture of a yellow smiley-face sun, an open Bible, and...

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HIS (CA)

Mega-homemade record from nine-person co-ed group that gets a worthwhile garage edge going from time to time. Mostly Ralph Carmichael...

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JOYFUL NOISE (NC)

Nine college students doing basic lively versions of folk standards like ‘Jordan’s River’, ‘Early In The Morning’, ‘He’s Everything To...

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KELLY KOMBO

Very much the old World Library-derived Catholic folk sound on this six-man custom job from St. Mary’s College, Winona, Minnesota....

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ED KlLBOURNE

The review for this album can be found under ED KlLBOURNE - I Know Where I'm Going This...

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