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As a public service, to get you in the proper penitential frame of mind for the season, Irish Elk presents Hi God!
Oregon Catholic Press calls this album by Carey Landry and Carol Jean Kinghorn a "timeless resource," which only underscores what Vinyl Vulture sees as its schlock value:
Reverend Carey shows us what he's all about with this double LP aimed at letting the kids know the Good News. Overall it's pretty standard late 60's folk, with rather painful vibrato-heavy vocals from Landry and the occasional kiddies chorus. In fact, it's not too far from 'A Mighty Wind' territory or even some of the songs in South Park (especially when he's telling us how's he's 'like a bright shining love ball' - sheesh!).
What little I've heard of it reminds me of the Psychatrist Sketch in Monty Python when the hippy squatters in the guy's stomach are singing "Daddy's Taking Us to the Zoo Tomorrow."