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Glass Harp is the debut album by American rock band Glass Harp. It was released in 1970 on Decca Records. The album was produced by Lewis Merenstein and engineered by Ron Johnsen at Electric Lady Studios. Can You See Me" – 6:25. Children's Fantasy" – 4:10. Changes (In the Heart of My Own True Love)" – 6:00. Village Queen" – 4:00. Whatever Life Demands" – 6:30. Look in the Sky" – 8:10.
Profile: Youngstown (Austintown), Ohio 1968-73.
Glass Harp is a rock band formed in Youngstown, Ohio in 1968 consisting of Phil Keaggy, drummer John Sferra and bassist Daniel Pecchio. Phil Keaggy was a member of a mid-1960s garage rock band called the Squires; one of their songs, which he co-wrote, appears on the compilation album Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 9. In 1967 he moved on to briefly record with the band The New Hudson Exit. At one point, the band had apparently considered Joe Walsh as its lead guitarist.
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This debut studio album by Glass Harp is their best known record. They made one demo record before this but this was their first official album. They mix prog rock with hard rock here and the album also includes some minor psychedelic elements. The A-side of this record is pretty good but unfortunately the material gets a bit weaker on the second side. A1 Can You See Me 6:25 A2 Children's Fantasy 4:10 A3 Changes (In the Heart of My Own True Love) 6:00 A4 Village Queen 4:00 A5 Black Horse 2:50 B1 Southbound 3:50 B2 Whatever Life Demands 6:30 B3 Look in the Sky 8:10 B4 Garden
The debut of Glass Harp is undeniably their strongest work, with a more unified sound and a more polished feel overall than the other records. The group's strongest songs - "Changes," "Can You See Me," "Look in the Sky" - appear here, much of it in the vein of Cream and Jimi Hendrix. Gentle "Black Horse" is a nice touch, and the group is not pulling apart so much on the first record.
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