FEL

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RON GRIFFEN

The Mustard Seed (subtitled Eleven Songs Of Joy and Hope) tightened the sound further, adding some fitting piano, mandolin, fiddle...

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BOB HURD

Bless The Lord introduces some graceful Clapton-esque slide guitar on ‘Jeremiah Sings The Blues’ and ‘Someday’, while ‘Wings Of Wood’...

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IAN MITCHELL

An inconsistent lp from the Rev and his wife, attempting everything from ‘60s big beat folk/pop with strings, to a...

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VARIOUS

A compilation of later FEL artists including Ron Griffen & The Leaven, Bob Rousseau, Bob Hurd and Jim Shaw, all...

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JOHN FISCHER

Took me forever to find this one but once in my hands I immediately fell in love with it. Superb...

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RAY REPP

The Time Has Not Come True changed direction again and revealed a softer folk and pop mixture. It’s by far...

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RAY REPP

Repp went electric and added a beat with Sing Praise which includes mostly re-interpretations of earlier tunes. ‘Sons Of God’...

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RAY REPP

Come Alive has a similar format to Allelu! - a male/female vocal ensemble (the Saint Louis Singers), Repp on lead...

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RAY REPP

Allelu! didn’t make any strides forward with regard to recording quality. Instead of just a few male vocals singing along,...

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