January 7, 2017

So Confusing And So Very Clear - S/T (1976)

Genre: Jesus Music Era
Password:  2017

Tracks:
  1. So Confusing And So Very Clear - All Creation Is A Prayer (4:55)
  2. So Confusing And So Very Clear - Like A Babe (3:43)
  3. So Confusing And So Very Clear - The Heavens Cry (2:05)
  4. So Confusing And So Very Clear - To Jesus On His Birthday (3:27)
  5. So Confusing And So Very Clear - It's Better That I Go (3:26)
  6. So Confusing And So Very Clear - We Sang Our Songs Upon A Hill (4:26)
  7. So Confusing And So Very Clear - To My Friend, A Disbeliever (5:38)
  8. So Confusing And So Very Clear - Creation Is A Failure (4:52)
  9. So Confusing And So Very Clear - Fluer's Song (3:31)
  10. So Confusing And So Very Clear - Sam's Song (4:20)
  11. So Confusing And So Very Clear - So Confusing, And So Clear (5:45)
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2 comments:

  1. I have been looking for this forever.

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    The Folk Choir & Cantabile ‎– So Confusing And So Very Clear
    Label:
    CFC Records ‎– CFC 19776
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP
    Country:
    UK
    Released:
    1976
    Genre:
    Folk, World, & Country
    Style:
    Folk
    Tracklist
    1 –Folk Choir All Creation Is A Prayer 4:52
    2 –Cantabile Like A Babe 3:40
    3 –Folk Choir The Heavens Cry 2:00
    4 –Folk Choir To Jesus On His Birthday 3:24
    5 –Cantabile It's Better That I Go 3:20
    6 –Folk Choir We Sang Our Songs Upon A Hill 4:23
    7 –Folk Choir To My Friend, A Disbeliever 5:38
    8 –Cantabile Creation Is A Failure 4:50
    9 –Cantabile Fleur's Song 3:25
    10 –Cantabile Sam's Song 4:15
    11 –Cantafolkabile Choir So Confusing And So Very Clear 5:42
    Credits
    Acoustic Guitar – Dave Carroll (4), Jim Gilligan
    Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Jane Finch
    Banjo [Tenor] – Dave Carroll (4)
    Bass Guitar – John Toomey (2), Paul Carroll (3)
    Classical Guitar – Stephen Church (2)
    Electric Guitar – Dave Carroll (4)
    Engineer – Doug Bennett, Nigel Brooke-Harte
    Leader – Dave Carroll (4)
    Mandolin – Carol Church (2)
    Mandolin [Electric] – Dave Carroll (4)
    Twelve-String Guitar [Classical] – Stephen Church (2)
    Violin – Carol Church (2)
    Vocals – Ann Porter, Carol Church (2), Cathy Pilkington, Chris Coughlan, Clare Pearson (2), Cynthia de Souza, Dave Carroll (4), Deborah Rhodes, Helen Agius, Helen Kennedy (2), James Hodgson (2), Jo Trick, Michael Egon, Nicki Quigley, Nuala O'Neill, Paul Finch (2), Paul Webster (10), Paula Torpy, Phillip Hodgson, Rosemary Coughlan, Sally Groves (2), Stephen Church (2), Steve Dale (2), Therese de Souza
    Notes
    This is a concept record. What you make of it is entirely up to you - all I shall attempt in these notes is to provide a little background.

    It wasn't always going to be a concept record. In toying with the idea of using my songs, and having selected the favourites, I found that by placing them in an approximate chronological order, a progression became apparent from quarters I would not otherwise have been aware of, and this discovery, to me at least, was profound enough to warrant pursuing the idea, and to write a last song to crystallize the concept.

    One point I should like to make clear. I am not by nature a songwriter; over the last ten years I have been fed by the inspiration of the many fine people I have met in and around the community of St. Aidan's; and I have proved quite unable before or since to write a note outside of this context. It is thus the unique atmosphere of that community, and in particular the inspiration of their singers and musicians, that has given life and substance to "So Confusing and So Very Clear".

    The Folk Choir sing weekly at the 11:00am Family Mass at St. Aidan's Church, Coulsdon.

    Cantabile is a natural development from the Choir - a nine-strong group of past and present members, who enjoy the flexibility of smaller numbers.

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