September 25, 2016

The Good News Circle - Growing Together (1974)

Genre: Jesus Music Era
Password:  2016

Tracks:
  1. Good News Circle - What A Way To Go (3:10)
  2. Good News Circle - Innocent Man (3:57)
  3. Good News Circle - The Potter's Clay (Thank You, Lord) (3:12)
  4. Good News Circle - Jesus Is Alive And Well (2:21)
  5. Good News Circle - Offering (2:44)
  6. Good News Circle - Here And Back Again (3:55)
  7. Good News Circle - Country Faith (2:42)
  8. Good News Circle - Retrospect (3:26)
  9. Good News Circle - Helpless (3:09)
  10. Good News Circle - Growing Together & Memories And Miracles (6:43)
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1 comments:

  1. KJ, thanks

    Here's a text file for the LP.


    GOOD NEWS CIRCLE -Growing Together (Light LS-5646-LP) 1974

    This band actually put out quite a few records in the ‘70s, though most are too mellow, polished or just plain bland for my tastes. Surprisingly, Growing Together has more of a “Jesus music” light rock and pop feel rather than the expected Christian radio sound. Production is squeaky clean, making the acoustic guitars, drums and keyboards stand out distinctly. Vocals pretty clean, too. In the couple ballads where string arrangements were added there’s a pleasant nostalgic ‘70s ‘Precious And Few’ kind of pop sentiment. Self-written songs, the best being ‘Retrospect’ which slinks along with some nice electric leads over funky wah-wah rhythm guitar. Not really edge music, but much better than I expected. In fact I even like it! (Ken Scott – The Archivist).


    01 What A Way To Go 3:10
    02 Innocent Man 3:57
    03 The Potter's Clay (Thank You, Lord) 3:12
    04 Jesus Is Alive And Well 2:21
    05 Offering 2:44
    06 Here And Back Again 3:56
    07 Country Faith 2:42
    08 Retrospect 3:26
    09 Helpless 3:09
    10 Growing Together / Memories And Miracles 6:43

    Bob Laurent - vocals
    Ralph Hunt - vocals, guitars
    Kathy Brawley - vocals, keyboards
    Pam Murphy - vocals, flute
    Mark Johnson - vocals, bass

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