DOVE

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FAITH

Matching leisure suits and floor-length gowns don’t always spell disaster as evidenced by this exceedingly charming British folk sextet. While...

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VARIOUS

The Way International put out a number of these annual conference- festival albums in the ‘70s consisting of music and...

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CLOUD

Another first-rate recording of thirteen new songs in their unique folk style. Whether it’s worshipful acoustic ballads (‘As The Sun...

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DOVE

Dove leaves the nest and soars miles above their debut. Leaving the simple folk-rock feel of that lp, they've...

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ISHMAEL UNITED

Wacho new wave lp and a natural progression for the ever loveable and loony Ishmael and his band of like-minded...

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DOVE

Dove (Myrrh MST 6507) 1972     Early Myrrh co-ed group with appealing mix of folkrock, ballads and rural acoustic...

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BILL, DAVE AND MARY

Transition  (Bridge  BR 5001)  1973?         From the cover you might guess this trio to be a...

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OASIS (UK)

Soft folk-rock sounds from 5-guy 2-girl Holland outfit, pretty lovely on the whole, especially when done in a hands-off mildly-progressive...

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