Oak - Harrison, Ohio
On the album, Grove explains where he came from and the circumstances surrounding his life transformation. I think this LP came after Ten Thousand Angels if the catalog numbers are chronologically correct.
As I mentioned in an earlier post, this is a local artist. He is still active and apparently saved stock of many of the records he made. He offers these records on his website for a very reasonable price. This record doesn't appear for sale.
As with Ten Thousand Angels, Grove includes a few awesome rockabilly inspired tracks into the country gospel mix. Again, the recording is on Oak Records, a small label that I just discovered. Jewel, Rite and Queen City are the labels you normally find in this area, Occasionally a small label will appear. The three Oak Label records I now have are reasonably well engineered and the backup band is very good.