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Time To Run Tedd Smith World Wide WWR-1001, 1970
Time To Run album cover

Taken from a religious movie, this soundtrack is definitely an oddball album. Presumably the first (and perhaps only?) pressing on this label, the only reason for its inclusion is the wicked funky chase theme 'Time to run', with hard wah guitar, big drums and flute. A top tune that has been compiled before now. The rest of the album is, well, probably pretty good if you're into dippy hippy guitar-and-vocal Christian tunes.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

Catch me | I love you | I love you II | Time to run | Traveling man | Gone away | Because we understand each other | Alleluia! | Isn't it good to know (where you're going) | Meditation | What shall I give unto the Lord |

 

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