JOHN MEHLER

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FRED FIELD AND FRIENDS

One of umpteen country-influenced efforts on the Maranatha label. Fred plays guitar, fiddle, mandolin, banjo, and piano, joined by Maranatha...

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LOVE SONG

Any group that amounted to anything in the ‘70s got to release the coveted double live lp. Examples amongst the...

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LOVE SONG

Round two for these pioneers picks up John Mehler on drums, with Al Perkins donating slide talent on the side....

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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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RICHIE FURAY BAND

Buffalo Springfield and Poco graduate teamed up with Love Song members Jay Truax, John Mehler and Tom Stipe, as well...

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CHILDREN OF THE DAY

Never Felt So Fine (Light  LS-5712) 1977             Never Felt So Free signaled a big...

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CHILDREN OF THE DAY

Children Of The Day are definitely up there near the top as my favorite American folk-rock group. It’s no wonder...

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ERNIE RETTINO AND DEBBY KERNER

Debby Kerner had a fine earlier solo folk album on Maranatha (see entry), but her collaborations with friend and future...

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