The Hope Of All Tomorrows: Kramers

GRADE:  B-

  • Album:  The Hope Of All Tomorrows
  • Artist:  Kramers
  • Label:  Stow Town
  • Style:  Progessive
  • Release Date:  05/08/20
  • Streaming:  Yes
  • Running Time:  32 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest album from the Kramers; The Hope Of All Tomorrows.

The Hope Of All Tomorrows is my introduction to the music of the Kramers.  They have a progressive Southern Gospel style that is reminiscent of what a listener may hear from the Collingsworth Family.

The vocal line-up of the Kramers is composed of Maria Wolfe (lead/alto), Rachel Kramer (soprano), D Scott Kramer (harmony) and Ben Wolfe (baritone/guitarist).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Anyone familiar with the Kramers understand the connection to Greater Vision.  Ben Wolfe, who is married to Maria (Kramer); is the son of Gerald Wolfe (Greater Vision).
  • Ben actually turns in the best performance on the album.  “All The Way To The Gates” is the album’s newest radio single.  Only wish he would have been featured more.
  • Maria is heard most on The Hope For All Tomorrows.  Her stand out is the mid to up tempo, “Pray Til Something Happens To Me”.  Marcia Henry and Rachel McCutcheon penned this must listen.
  • Maria is also featured on the album’s first single, “Water Walker”.  The album has good pacing with a majority of mid to up-tempo songs.
  • Rachel is featured on the album’s stand out ballad, “Priceless Praise”.  I preferred the scaled back instrumentation heard on this song, compared to the big orchestrations heard on several songs.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “All The Way To The Gates”; “Pray Til Something Happens In Me”; “Water Walker”; “Priceless Praise” and “It’s A Good Life”.
CRITIQUE:
  • Following in the footsteps of the Collingsworth Family, The Hope For All Tomorrows has a couple songs that use over produced, booming orchestrated tracks.
  • I hope Southern Gospel artists understand these big booming over orchestrations do not add to the appeal of a recording, it actually distracts.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Great Beyond Measure” and “Be Christ”.

WRAP UP:

I enjoy being introduced to new music (artists).  There are several songs on The Hope For All Tomorrows that should easily find a home in your playlists.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “Greater God” (Mid)/Maria – Adina Bowman, Rachel McCutcheon  2. “Water Walker” (Mid/Fast)/Maria – Rachel McCutcheon, Wendy Ferguson  3. “All The Way To The Gates” (Fast)/Ben; Ensemble – Matthew Lawson  4. “Priceless Praise” (Slow)/Rachel Helga Kaefer, Dixie Phillips  5. “It’s A Good Life” (Mid)/Maria – Matthew Lawson  6. “Pray Til Something Happens In Me” (Mid/Fast)/Maria – Marcia Henry, Rachel McCutcheon  7. “Be Christ” (Slow)/Maria – Marty Funderburk, Kenna West  8. “The Hope Of All Tomorrows” (Mid)/Rachel; Ensemble – Scott Kramer  9. “Great Beyond Measure” (Slow)/Ensemble; Maria – Geron Davis, Wayne Haun

Something Beautiful: Ernie Haase and Signature Sound

GRADE:  B-

  • Album:  Something Beautiful: Our Favorite Songs Of Bill & Gloria Gaither
  • Artist:  Ernie Haase + Signature Sound
  • Label:  Gaither Gospel Series
  • Style:  Traditional; Progessive
  • Release Date:  04/17/20
  • Streaming:  Yes
  • Running Time:  51 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the special album from Ernie Haase + Signature Sound; Something Beautiful: Our Favorite Songs Of Bill & Gloria Gaither.

The album has been out since April and i’m finally able to get around to reviewing it.  As with any album that is in ‘tribute’ of Bill and Gloria Gaither, listeners seem to get the same songs every time.

The vocal line-up of Signature Sound has been consistent with Ernie Haase (tenor), Devin McGlamery (lead), Dustin Doyle (baritone), and Paul Harkey (bass).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The Parisian musical flair on the first two songs of the album gave it an element that I wouldn’t have minded hearing throughout the entire recording.
  • That Parisian musical element worked well with “It’s Beginning To Rain”.  While the song got a little drawn out with Bill Gaither’s recitation; Dustin Doyle’s performance is worth a listen.
  • Paul Harkey is given a chance to shine on the group’s cover of “I Believe, Help Thou My Unbelief”.  This is a performance you’ll remember after the recording ends.
  • While Ernie’s little rap moment distracts, the group’s performance of “Get All Excited” is one you may find adding to your playlists.
  • Even though the song has been recorded more times than one song should be, the musical treatment given to “I Just Feel Like Something Good Is About To Happen” is worth giving this version a listen.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “It’s Beginning To Rain”; “I Believe, Help Thou My Unbelief”; “Get All Excited/I’m His Witness”; “He Touched Me”; “I Just Feel Like Something Good Is About To Happen” and “Something Beautiful”.
CRITIQUE:
  • As already mentioned, the biggest struggle with Something Beautiful is hearing another version of a song you’ve already heard 1,000 times.
  • Instead of being part of the medley, I would have preferred full versions of “The Family Of God” and “I Am Loved”.  That would have allowed them to remove two of the songs that have been recorded more times than a listener can handle.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Not By Might, Not By Power” and “This Could Be The Dawning Of That Day/Until Then”.

WRAP UP:

What makes up for hearing the same songs again, on Something Beautiful, is the musical elements and arrangements given to the songs.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “He Touched Me” (Slow)/Ensemble; Dustin – William J Gaither  2. “It’s Beginning To Rain” (Mid/Slow)/Dustin; Bill Gaither – Gloria Gaither, William J Gaither, Aaron Wilburn  3. “Then Came The Morning” (Slow)/Ensemble; Dustin; Devin – Chris Christian, Gloria Gaither, William J Gaither  4. “Something Beautiful” (Slow)/Ensemble; Ernie Gloria Gaither, William J Gaither  5. “Not By Might, Not By Power” (Mid/Fast)/Ensemble; Dustin – Chris Christian, Gloria Gaither, William J Gaither  6. “Feeling At Home In The Presence Of Jesus” (Mid/Slow)/Devin – Gloria Gaither, William J Gaither  7. Gaither Medley (“Loving God, Loving Each Other”; “The Family Of God”; “I Am Loved”; “Jesus, We Just Want To Thank You”; “Let’s Just Praise The Lord”) (Slow)/Ensemble; Paul; Ernie; Gloria Gaither – Gloria Gaither, William J Gaither  8. “I Just Feel Like Something Good Is About To Happen” (Fast)/Ensemble; Devin – William J Gaither  9. “This Could Be The Dawning Of That Day/Until Then” (Mid/Slow)/Ensemble; Ernie – Gloria Gaither, William J Gaither, Stuart Hamblen  10. “I Believe, Help Thou My Unbelief” (Slow)/Paul – Gloria Gaither, William J Gaither  11. “Get All Excited/I’m His Witness” (Mid/Fast)/Devin; Dustin; Ernie – Alan Duncan, William J Gaither  12. “Because He Lives” (Slow)/Ernie; Paul; Devin; Dustin – Gloria Gaither, William J Gaither

Closer To Home Overhauled: Carolina

GRADE:  C+

  • Album:  Closer To Home: Overhauled
  • Artist:  Carolina
  • Label:  Berry Hill
  • Style:  Country
  • Release Date:  07/03/20
  • Streaming:  Yes
  • Running Time:  39 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest album from Carolina; Closer To Home: Overhauled.

Overhauled is a re-recording of a 2011 album by Carolina.  All vocals were re-done with newest members Riley Dotson and Chris Parker.  Carolina is a country style Southern Gospel quartet, in the style of the Oak Ridge Boys.

The vocal line-up of Carolina is Chris Roberts (tenor), Scott Whitener (lead/baritone), Riley Dotson (baritone/lead), and Chris Parker (bass).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The listener can quickly hear Closer To Home: Overhauled is more of an Oak Ridge Boys cover album.  I know that at least eight of the ten songs were recorded by the Oaks.
  • The stand out song on Overhauled is the album’s first radio single, “Jonah, Job And Moses”.  Long time Southern Gospel artist, Scott Whitener turns in a strong performance.
  • Another stand out is the group’s cover of “The Journey”.  Riley Dotson takes the lead on this bluegrass flavored song, penned by Joe Bonsall.
  • Tenor Chris Roberts is featured on the cover of “A Mansion There For You”.  Give it a listen.
  • Scott and Chris Parker trade verses on the country ballad, “Sincerely I Remain”.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “Jonah, Job And Moses”; “The Journey”; “A Mansion There For You”; “Sincerely I Remain” and “Go Rest High On That Mountain”.
CRITIQUE:
  • Overhauled comes off as more of an Oak Ridge Boys tribute album than it does as a stand out recording for Carolina.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Closer To Home” and “Heaven’s A Small Town”.

WRAP UP:

I enjoy the country quartet style of Carolina.  If you’re a listener of the Oak Ridge Boys, you will enjoy Carolina and Closer To Home: Overhauled.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “Closer To Home” (Mid/Fast)/Scott – John Tirro, Tony Wood  2. “The Journey” (Mid)/Riley – Joe Bonsall  3. “Did I Make A Difference” (Mid)/Scott – Bill Anderson, Rob Crosby  4. “Old Familiar Love” (Slow)/Chris P Roy Hurd, Tom Fisch  5. “Heaven’s A Small Town” (Mid)/Scott – Byron Hill, Billy Lawsom  6. “Jonah, Job And Moses” (Slow)/Scott – Bill Anderson, Tina Sillers  7. “Sincerely I Remain” (Mid/Slow)/Chris P; Scott – Troy Seals, Eddie Setser  8. “A Mansion There For You” (Mid/Fast)/Chris R – Shirley Hutchins  9. “Until You Get There” (Slow)/Scott – Marty Dodson, Paul Overstreet  10. “Go Rest High On That Mountain” (Slow)/Riley – Vince Gill

Changeless: Mark Dubbeld Family

GRADE:  B-

  • Album:  Changeless
  • Artist:  Mark Dubbeld Family
  • Label:  Song Garden
  • Style:  Traditional; Progressive
  • Release Date:  06/12/20
  • Streaming:  Yes
  • Running Time:  48 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest album from the Mark Dubbeld Family; Changeless.

I know they’ve been around several years, but Changeless is my introduction to the music of the Mark Dubbeld Family.  One immediate stand out is the family harmony the group possesses.  Changeless is a mix of traditional and progressive Southern Gospel music.

The vocal line-up of the family is Mark Dubbeld (lead/baritone), Janene Dubbeld (alto), Elena Dubbeld (soprano), Channing Dubbeld (tenor/lead) and Britton Dubbeld (baritone/harmony).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • A steel guitar in the intro and a nice smooth melody makes “Just A Simple Thank You” the stand out song on Changeless
  • The first radio single from the album is the opening track, “Heavenly Music”.  This is a nice mid to up-tempo song that has the family showcasing that tight harmony.
  • Elena and Mark trade verses on the power ballad, “There Is Power In The Name Of Jesus”.  This song gets the full orchestration treatment.
  • Elena has a unique soprano voice.  There are areas on the album where it sounds like she could be performing songs for a Disney production.  Listen to “Each Time I Sing” and tell me you don’t hear it.
  • Janene Dubbeld is the resident songwriter of the family.  She is also featured on the fun song, “There’s Gonna Be Rain”.
  • Trey Ivey produced Changeless for the Mark Dubbeld Family.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “Just A Simple Thank You”; “Heavenly Music”; “There Is Power In The Name Of Jesus”; “Changeless”; “There’s Gonna Be Rain” and “His Eye Is On The Sparrow”.
CRITIQUE:
  • The album has a ‘God’ save America type song with the “Battle Hymn Of The Republic” thrown in.  Southern Gospel artists have been recording songs like this for 50+ years.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Righteousness Again/Battle Hymn Of The Republic” and “Through It All”.

WRAP UP:

I was not disappointed with my introduction to the music of the Mark Dubbeld Family.  Give Changeless a listen.  You are bound to find a song on the recording to add to your musical playlists.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “Heavenly Music” (Mid/Fast)/Ensemble; Channing – Janene Dubbled  2. “Just A Simple Thank You” (Slow)/Ensemble; Mark – Janene Dubbeld  3. “There Is Power In The Name Of Jesus” (Slow)/Elena; Mark – Janene Dubbeld  4. “There’s Gonna Be Rain” (Mid/Fast)/Janene Janene Dubbeld  5. “Changeless” (Slow)/Elena – Janene Dubbeld  6. “One More Time” (Mid/Fast)/Britton; Ensemble – Janene Dubbeld  7. “His Eye Is On The Sparrow” (Mid/Slow)/Elena – Traditional  8. “Things Are Gonna Change Someday” (Mid/Fast)/Ensemble – Janene Dubbeld  9. “Through It All” (Slow)/Channing; Elena; Mark – Andrae Crouch  10. “Righteousness Again/Battle Hymn Of The Republic” (Slow)/Elena – Janene Dubbeld/Traditional  11. “Each Time I Sing/This Is The Time I Must Sing” (Slow)/Elena; Mark; Channing – Janene Dubbeld/Gloria Gaither, William J Gaither

Brave: Browns

GRADE:  B

  • Album:  Brave
  • Artist:  Browns
  • Label:  Stow Town
  • Style:  Progressive
  • Release Date:  06/19/20
  • Streaming:  Yes
  • Running Time:  28 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the new album from the Browns; Brave.

Brave is the first album of new music from the Browns since 2015 (Aim Higher).  As has been the trend for Stow Town in 2020, Brave has seven new songs; instead of the familiar ten songs for a new album.

The family trio is composed of Adam Brown (lead vocalist), Michaela Brown (soprano vocalist) and Andrew Brown (tenor vocalist).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The first single from the album, “Brave”, was already at radio in late fall 2019.  Nearly a top ten hit, this Lee Black/Scott Inman co-write is the stand out song on Brave
  • That brings us to the album’s newest radio single, “Better Off There”.  This could very well become the Brown’s highest charting single to date.  A message everyone, who has lost a loved one, can relate.  A must listen.
  • Andrew is featured on another must listen, “Passing It On”.  This easy listening tune is a fun escape from the norm.
  • The siblings turn in a nice cover of the Andrae Crouch classic, “Take Me Back”.  This song could find a home at Southern Gospel radio.
  • Brave assembles the best song selection in the Browns recording career.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “Brave”; “Better Off There”; “Passing It On”; “Take Me Back” and “Shelter Of The Rock”.
CRITIQUE:
  • The album cover could have used a couple of smiles.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Not Even For A Moment”.

WRAP UP:

Brave was an enjoyable listen from beginning to end.  I consider it the best album the Browns have recorded.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “Brave” (Mid)/Adam; Ensemble – Lee Black, Scott Inman  2. “Passing It On” (Mid)/Andrew – Michaela Brown, Shelly Brown, Jeff Bumgardner, Joel Lindsey  3. “Little Fires Everywhere” (Mid)/Michaela – Michaela Brown, Shelly Brown, Jeff Bumgardner, Joel Lindsey  4. “Better Off There” (Mid/Slow)/Adam; Michaela Wayne Haun, Jimmy Yeary, Sonya Isaacs Yeary  5. “Take Me Back” (Mid/Slow)/Adam; Andrew; Michaela – Andrae Crouch  6. “Not Even For A Moment” (Slow)/Michaela – Jeff Bumgardner, Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey  7. “Shelter Of The Rock” (Mid/Fast)/Adam; Andrew – Jeff Bumgardner, Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey

A Song To Remind You: Steeles

GRADE:  B

  • Album:  A Song To Remind You
  • Artist:  Steeles
  • Label:  Stow Town
  • Style:  Progressive
  • Release Date:  05/15/20
  • Streaming:  Yes
  • Running Time:  24 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest album from the Steeles; A Song To Remind You.

It has been nearly 30 years since the Steeles got their first top 40 song (“I Wanna Go Home”, 1991).  2020 marks the group’s first collaboration with Stow Town Records.  The result is A Song To Remind You.

The family trio is composed of Brad Steele (lead vocalist), Sherry Steele (soprano vocalist) and Jeff Steele (baritone vocalist).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Brad and/or Jeff had a hand in writing every song on the album.  The stand out is the collaboration from the two titled, “What If Jesus”.  One of the strongest lyrics I’ve heard thus far in 2020.  A timely song with all that’s happening in our country right now; as we attempt to recognize and dismantle our long history of systemic racism. 
  • You can follow that up with “This Is The Church”.  Another strong lyric featuring Sherry.
  • The first radio single from the album is the title track, “A Song To Remind You”.  A nice mid to up-tempo song that will have you singing along.
  • The album open’s with a song that reminded me a bit of their 90’s #1 hit, “Oh What A Mighty God”.  Each member of the group takes a verse on the song, “Glory”.
  • The Steeles once again works with Wayne Haun on production.  They teamed on the group’s biggest Daywind Records albums of the late 1990s.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “What If Jesus”; “A Song To Remind You”; “This Is The Church”; “Glory” and “The God I Know”.
CRITIQUE:
  • I’m liking the new trend of 7 to 8 song recordings.  The only problem is now you’re putting less songs on an album, they need to be the best of the best.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Faithful Once Again”.

WRAP UP:

I’ve been following the Steeles music since that first hit single (“I Wanna Go Home”, 1991).  A Song To Remind You may have some of the strongest lyrics the group has recorded during their career.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “Glory” (Mid/Fast)/Jeff; Brad; Sherry – Wayne Haun, Brad Steele, Jeff Steele  2. “The Journey” (Mid)/Brad – Joel Lindsey, Brad Steele, Jeff Steele  3. “This Is The Church” (Mid)/Sherry; Jeff – Scott Inman, Brad Steele, Jeff Steele  4. “What If Jesus” (Slow)/Brad Brad Steele, Jeff Steele  5. “Faithful Once Again” (Mid/Slow)/Brad – Brad Steele  6. “A Song To Remind You” (Mid/Fast)/Ensemble; Brad – Scott Inman, Brad Steele, Jeff Steele  7. “The God I Know” (Slow)/Brad – Wayne Haun, Brad Steele, Jeff Steele

What Love Does: Old Paths

GRADE:  B

  • Album:  What Love Does
  • Artist:  Old Paths
  • Label:  Sonlite
  • Style:  Progressive
  • Release Date:  06/05/20
  • Streaming:  Yes
  • Running Time:  31 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the new album from the Old Paths; What Love Does.

The Old Paths are working on 13 years in Southern Gospel music.  On What Love Does, their traditional Southern Gospel sound has morphed into a more progressive style.

The 2020 edition of the Old Paths remains Steve Ladd (tenor), Tim Rackley (lead), Doug Roark (baritone) and Daniel Ashmore (bass).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Hands down, the best song on What Love Does is the album’s first radio single, “I Got The Grace, He Gets The Glory”.  Jason Cox and Kenna West are the best writers in Southern Gospel music at the moment.  I see #1 hit!
  • Lead vocalist, Tim Rackley only gets one feature on What Love Does.  Give a listen to a standard Southern Gospel ballad, “Look At All I Lost”.
  • Doug Roark has one of the most personal songs recorded in 2020, “You Can’t Get Away From God”.  This is an absolute must listen and a message we can all relate!
  • Steve is featured on a ‘hard driving’ up tempo number, “Bread”.  This sounds like something Steve would have recorded when he was a member of Gold City.
  • Daniel has the most features on What Love Does, including a saxophone instrumental of “How Great Is Our God”.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “I Got The Grace, He Gets The Glory”; “You Can’t Get Away From God”; “Look At All I Lost”; “Pray While You Wait” and “Bread”.
CRITIQUE:
  • What is this trend of Southern Gospel artists recycling ‘mega’ church songs?  With all the great Southern Gospel writers, it is not needed.  Many hear these songs plenty in their church every Sunday.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “This Is Amazing Grace”.

WRAP UP:

What Love Does will be defined by the stand out song, “I Got The Grace, He Gets The Glory”.  A saxophone instrumental was also a welcome addition.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “This Is Amazing Grace” (Mid)/Ensemble – Joshua Farro, Jeremy Riddle, Phil Wickham  2. “I Got The Grace, He Gets The Glory” (Mid/Fast)/Daniel – Jason Cox, Kenna West  3. “Look At All I Lost” (Mid/Slow)/Tim – Debbie Davis, Gene Ezell, Rachel McCutcheon  4. “Bread” (Fast)/Steve Lee Black, Joseph Habedank, Sue C Smith  5. “You Can’t Get Away From God” (Mid/Slow)/Doug – Sue C Smith, Kenna West, Brian White  6. “Pray While You Wait” (Mid/Fast)/Daniel – Brent Baxter, Jason Cox, Kenna West  7. “How Great Is Our God” (Saxophone Instrumental)/Daniel – Ed Cash, Jesse Reeves, Chris Tomlin  8. “Salvation’s Song” (Slow)/Steve – Jason Cox, Michael Farren, Kenna West

Ever Old, Ever New: Inspirations

GRADE:  C+

  • Album:  Ever Old, Ever New
  • Artist:  Inspirations
  • Label:  Horizon
  • Style:  Traditional, Appalachian
  • Release Date:  04/10/20
  • Streaming:  Yes
  • Running Time:  36 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest album from the Inspirations; Ever Old, Ever New.

The indelible sound of the Inspirations is already etched in the history of Southern Gospel music.  Long time listeners will get exactly that on Ever Old, Ever New.

The 2020 edition of the Inspirations remains Archie Watkins (tenor), Roland Kesterson (lead), Eddie Dietz (baritone), Marlin Schubert (bass) and Luke Vaught (pianist).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Roland Kesterson is not only featured but wrote the album’s stand out song, “Home Is Sounding Sweeter”.  This style of song is classic Inspirations.
  • Another classic Inspirations sounding song is “Enter In”.  This mid to up-tempo song could have easily been recorded during the Inspirations prime in the 1970s.
  • Another up-tempo must listen is the album’s current radio single, “Forever Settled”.  Just like on “Enter In”, Marlin is able to show off some bass singing on “Forever Settled”.
  • Speaking of Marlin, he is also featured on the ballad, “Show Them Love”.
  • The album closes with a feature from Eddie Dietz, “On The Right Side”.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “Home Is Sounding Sweeter”; “Forever Settled”; “Enter In”; “Show Them Love”; “On The Right Side” and “Knowing You’re There”.
CRITIQUE:
  • The majority of the album is in the slower tempo range, causing a bit of listener fatigue by the time one gets to the end of the album.
  • Song selection on Ever Old, Ever New is no where near as strong as the group’s (2) previous recordings.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “1945” and “Then What”.

WRAP UP:

Long time listeners of the Inspirations will find a few more songs they can add to their favorite Inspirations playlist.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “He Turned When I Touched Him” (Mid/Slow)/Archie – Sandy Knight  2. “Home Is Sounding Sweeter” (Slow)/Roland – Roland Kesterson  3. “Show Them Love” (Slow)/Marlin – Robert Collins, Sandy Knight  4. “Enter In” (Mid/Fast)/Ensemble Chris Wriston  5. “Then What” (Slow)/Archie – Regina Walden  6. “Forever Settled” (Fast)/Roland; Marlin – Rebecca J Peck, Dianne Wilkinson  7. “Knowing You’re There” (Slow)/Eddie – Billy Fields  8. “1945” (Mid/Slow)/Archie – Rebecca J Peck, Dianne Wilkinson  9. “I’ll Fly Away” (Fast)/Instrumental – Albert E Brumley  10. “I Like The Songs That Mama Sang The Best” (Mid)/Roland – Dennis Bradley  11. “On The Right Side” (Slow)/Eddie – Johnny Rainey