Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Hard Rock, Everlasting Life
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal, Christian
Fuzzed Out Christian Garage Rock
Aron D. Rush | Cross Timbers, Mo usa | 11/11/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This obscure garage psyche gem was recorded in 1971. It's quite good really, and as Mr. Noring makes clear, you don't have to be into Christian rock to enjoy this.
The band's guitarist is Dave Caudil (who also penned the informative liner notes). His style should have great appeal to fans of Nuggets, Garage Beat '66 etc. A bit of distortion, occasional wah wah, and alot of fuzz. A good guitarist. The rest of the band seems to be of at least average talent, but in all fairness, they sound low in the mix at best, and sometimes rather muffled.
Male vocals are handled well by keyboardist Ken Fitch, but voclist Sharon Keel is the real highlight. She's a powerhouse, and takes control of any song she sings. She and Ken harmonize really well together and along with Mr. Caudil's fuzzed out guitar, make this album a treat.
The only fault with this record is it's barely 30 minutes long, and the already mentioned problems with the mix. Over all a good record. I certainly don't regret buying it."