Grapevine

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KEVIN GOULD

Clear Vision continues with another ccm-ish mix of light rock, country and ballads. It’s definitely his mellowest outing, including lots...

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SALT (NORTHERN IRELAND)

Delightful co-ed folk-rock troupe from Northern Ireland with a touch of Celtic through use of mandolin, flute, tin whistle, bodhran,...

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DAVE AND DANA

More bucks this time means bigger arrangements, more instruments and a cleaner smoother sound that’s mostly safe folk/pop with a...

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MALCOLM WILD

The Malcolm half of Malcolm & Alwyn leaves behind the sound of the duo’s prior recordings for this orchestrated pop—rock...

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ANDY MCCARROLL

Epitaph often exhibits more of a commercial pop-rock sound than Through Different Eyes Now, even pushing towards MOR at times....

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MCC

Another fine project on Britain’s Grapevine label, this one being a distinctly UK-flavored brand of progressive pop-rock with layers of...

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MARK WILLIAMSON

Williamson’s earlier lps found him catering more to pop, disco and MOR tastes. The disco stuff is suitable for the...

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BILL DAVIDSON

I Belong To You  (Grapevine GRV 129)  1979  UK *           I Belong To You finds...

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PACE

The Trial  (Grapevine  104)  1976  UK *     From Grapevine’s heyday comes this respectable small-band rock musical that draws...

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