1972 - Kama Sutra Records Inc.

Give Tomorrow's Children One More Chance - Ocean

Give Tomorrow’s Children One More Chance is the second album by the Canadian folk rock band Ocean, released in 1972. The album features ten songs that showcase the band’s vocal harmonies and acoustic guitar skills. The album’s title track, “One More Chance”, is a plea for peace and justice in a world plagued by war and inequality. The song was a hit in Canada, reaching #2 on the RPM Top Singles chart. The song also reflects the band’s Christian faith, as they sing “Hosanna” in the chorus.

The album also includes covers of songs by Crosby, Stills & Nash (“Helplessly Hoping”), Carole King (“(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”), and The Band (“Whistle Stop”). The band also displays their originality and creativity with songs like “Mud Island”, a bluesy rock tune with a harmonica solo, and “Funnier Man”, a humorous story about a failed comedian. The album received positive reviews from critics and fans, who praised the band’s musical diversity and social consciousness. Give Tomorrow’s Children One More Chance is a classic example of Ocean’s signature sound, which combines folk, rock, pop, and gospel influences.

A1: Things I’m Going Through
A2: One More Chance
A3: Whistle Stop
A4: Wild Country
A5: Hosanna
B1: Make The Sun Shine
B2: Mud Island
B3: Helplessly Hoping
B4: (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
B5: Funnier Man

Genre: Folk Rock
Year: 1972
Country: Canada & US
Label: Kama Sutra Records Inc.
Catalogue Number: KSBS 2064 (*UBK-4052

Distributed by Buddah Records Inc.
*Reissued 2001 on CD in Canada on Unidisc UBK-4052
Janice Morgan – Vocals
Greg Brown – Keyboards, Vocals
Jeff Jones – Bass, Vocals
Dave Tamblyn – Guitar, Vocals
Chuck Slater – Drums