about 1974

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JACKSON BROTHERS

See review under "A New Season". diakoneo

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PAT JENSON

Bouncing back and forth again from traditional piano things to folky guitar numbers. The simple acoustic tracks usually work out...

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JOY OF LIVING

This guy/gal San Antonio outfit hangs out mostly in Andraé Crouch realms on their self-made record, doing stuff like ‘I...

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JOYOUS CELEBRATION

Celebrate established the polished adult contemporary sound that would pretty much stick with the group. Mostly very mellow pop and...

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LOVIN’ SOUND

Acceptable home-made folk album from Canadian Catholic male/female folk troupe. Mix of religious and secular songs, skipping around from short...

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MESSENGERS (Rite)

As I sit here playing The Messenger’s low-tech homemade lp, I feel fairly confident that I’m the only person listening...

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MISSION FOLK

A folk group as you might have guessed, doing everything from Leo Nestor, Erich Sylvester and The Dameans to Bob...

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MYSTICAL LIGHT FOLK GROUP

Intriguing titled Catholic youth ensemble that manages to inject a fair amount of charm into what is basically a generic...

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NEW CREATION (OH)

Five-girl two-guy youth outfit doing simple amateur folk covers on their home-made record. They do songs by Leonard Cohen, Kris...

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