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From the back cover: Society's Child has been entertaining in the Wilmington area for the past six years. Their tremendous popularity is due to the variety of music they play. This versatility enables them to perform for every audience from teenagers to senior citizens. Society's Child has been pleasing crowds with their danceable music at wedding receptions, civic association parties, high school proms and a variety of other functions.
Maybe I'm In Love With You
Mack The Knife
We're All Alone
The South's Gonna Do It Again
After The Lovin'
Shake Your Booty
The Fran Wald Trio At The Black Forest Restaurant And Lounge
Counterpart Records - Cincinnati, Ohio
Queen City Album - Cincinnati, Ohio
From the back cover: My name is Fran Wald. I've been around the music business for quite a few years. I'm the old man of the group. I sing and play drums and try to be the counterbalance. Jill Christi is the singer. I believe in Jill Christi. She has a talent and desire to become a really big star. Listen to her bluesy, gutsy approach to "Evil Ways," her boisterous "Me and Bobby McGee" and the softness and lonliness of "A House Is Not A Home." Like I said, I believe in Jill Christi. After listening I think you will too. There is too little space to say all the good things about Bill Albright and his keyboard talent. He is a home at the piano as well as the organ which is more of less "his" instrument now. Bill attacks each song with a verve of which is not heard too often. His involvement in a song is so complete he actually detaches himself from the world. You'll hear him fill up the room as well as the arrangements. His talent doesn't stop there. As a composer he offers "Maybe I'm Changing" as a start. I think in time to come there will be many more songs by Bill Albright. Thank you for listening.
I Feel The Earth Move
House Is Not A Home
Maybe I'm Changing
To Say Goodbye