The Jim Edwards Family – “The Jim Edwards Family Album: Almost Home”

The Sleeve:
105_4160   105_4163

The Liner/Sleeve Notes:
This is my family. Grace, my wife sings lead and plays electric bass. Bonnie is 13, sings alto and plays rhythm guitar and piano. Heather is 10 and sings solos with a country flavour in her voice. Mark is our 8 yr. old drummer, a soloist and second lead singer. April Joy is 5 and another soloist. Scott is 4 yrs. old and trying hard to catch up. I am the father of the family play lead guitar and sing tenor. We believe God has called us to singing ministry after 3 yrs. of pastoring a country church. We pray that He will be glorified in our endeavours to serve Him through this medium. We all love to sing but most important we love our Lord and Redeemer Jesus Christ, the One to whom the Bible is referring to when it says “every knee should bow and every tongue should confess that He is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. (Phil. 2: 10 & 11)

The Singing Edwards Wooler, Ontario, Canada 397-3105

Personal Review:
Kay, usually I HATE LOVE singing Gospel families. As usually they have a group of untalented annoying voiced kids, but I really do enjoy this LP. The Edwards surely do have what a good portion of other Gospel families lack, I’m not sure what it is… but I know that the Edwards have it! This LP is definitely a super private press… considering there is no label OR catalog number on the LP, sleeve or anything. Anyways, I love the track “I Know” and this LP…

Track Listing:
A1 – I Know
A2 – If That Isn’t Love
A3 – Wait A Little Longer
A4 – Empty Hands
A5 – Almost Home
A6 – Dad’s Medley

B1 – City of Gold
B2 – Pity the Man
B3 – Lost-Searching-Found
B4 – Family Medley
B5 – Lord’s Prayer

Label:
Harmony Records

Catalog Number:
HRS 1007

Studio Musicians & Other Album Credits:
Photo: Webb Photo Service, Trenton, ONT.

Other Albums I Own by The Jim Edwards Family:
None.

Released:
197?

3 Comments

  • Trisha Love says:

    where can i get or listen to forever is a long lkng time? my

  • Tate says:

    You’ll have to find the LP at a record store or thrift shop.

  • Anonymous says:

    I grew up with the Edward family in Wooler, Ontario Canada. I knew growing up that they had made some gospel albums. Jim Edwards may have preached and sang the gospel but certainly didn’t live by the gospel. In the early 90’s he was arrested and charged with sexual assault and rape. Myself and several of my childhood friends had to go to court and testify against him. Not an easy thing to do since April and Scott were among my good friends. I remember having a crush on Scott through out grades 6-8. The year on that album is probably 1972-1973 if Scott is 4 years old like it says. He is the same age as I am. The secrets of that little hamlet in Wooler, Ontario Canada in the township of Northumberland at that time still haunt me.

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