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  • Performer: Larry Finlayson
  • Album: Live At St. Mary’s Cathedral
  • FLAC: 1481 mb | MP3: 1543 mb
  • Released: 1978
  • Style: Religious, Folk
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 167
Larry Finlayson - Live At St. Mary’s Cathedral album flac


A1 The Spirit Of The Lord 1:50
A2 Those Who See Light 3:40
A3 Have You Seen Jesus My Lord 3:48
A4 Matthew 6:02
A5 We Don’t Live Here No More 6:08
B1 Ole Time Religion 2:12
B2 Poems, Prayers & Promises 4:01
B3 Make Me A Channel Of Your Peace 3:47
B4 I Believe 2:46
B5 Woyaya 3:05
B6 Halleluia 4:29


  • Bass – Ed Bogas, Rich Girard
  • Engineer [Sound] – Vance Frost
  • Flute – Mel Martin
  • Guitar – Larry Finlayson
  • Percussion – Kenneth Nash
  • Photography By – Doug Baird
  • Piano – Wayne Anderson
  • Producer – Becky Reardon, Ed Bogas, Judy Munson
  • Vocals – Larry Finlayson


Recorded at Saint Mary's Cathedral, San Francisco; July 30, 1977

St Mary's Catholic Cathedral is a stunning blend of the ultra-modern and traditional.

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St Mary's Cathedral or the Cathedral Church of Saint Mary the Virgin is a cathedral of the Scottish Episcopal Church in Edinburgh, Scotland. It was built in the late 19th century in the West End of Edinburgh's New Town. The cathedral is the see of the Bishop of Edinburgh, one of seven bishops within the Episcopal Church, which is part of the Anglican Communion. Designed in a Gothic style by Sir George Gilbert Scott, the cathedral is now protected as a category A listed building

Live At St. Mary’s Cathedral (Finlayson LC-1001) 1978. Live recording featuring black singer Larry Finlayson on acoustic guitar, with assistance from his band on flute, piano, bass and percussion. The performance has a simple pleasant folk/worship tone as they work through covers of songs like ‘The Spirit Of The Lord’, ‘Have You Seen Jesus My Lord’, ‘Ole Time Religion’, ‘Make Me A Channel Of Your Peace’, ‘I Believe’ and ‘Hallelluia’. He apparently also digs John Denver, slipping in covers of ‘Matthew’, ‘We Don’t Live Here Anymore’ and ‘Poems, Prayers & Promises’

St Mary’s is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ossory. It is situated on James’s Street, Kilkenny, Ireland. Saint Mary’s was designed by William Deane Butler (. 794-1857). He was chosen by Bishop William Kinsella (1793-1845) who instigated the building of St. Mary’s in February 1842. Work began in April 1843 and finished in 1857. On Sunday 4 October 1857, St. Mary’s had its grand opening, which consisted of a r hour ceremony that began at . 5am

It is a source of inspiration and the spiritual home of Sydney’s Catholic community

I attend mass at St Mary's Cathedral 4 times a week and it never fails to impress magnificent and holds so much history, especially for someone who grew up in Sydney as I have. It is the one place in the city that remains unchanged and that is a good thing. Brendan Purcell and Fr. Pierluigi Passoni.

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St Mary’s Cathedral is particularly unusual for its orientation: it runs north-south rather than the usual east-west. This orientation means that in the early morning and late afternoon the cathedral is filled with rich, warm light. It follows a conventional English cathedral plan, with a cruciform shape; a tower over the crossing of the nave and transepts, and the twin towers at the West Front (in this case, the south). There are three processional doors in the south, with additional entrances in the transept facades, leading from Hyde Park

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