JOHN WICKHAM

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ERICK NELSON AND MICHELE PILLAR

Way mellow string orchestrated pop-rock and ballads 1p typical of gentler late-‘70s Maranatha. Electric guitar from Hadley Hockensmith and John...

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PARABLE

A few personnel changes for this one, picking up Gary Arthur and John Wickham from The Way. Heavier rock edge...

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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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WAY

Can It Be? is certainly up there in the tops as far as US country rock is concerned. These guys...

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WAY, THE

Following some appearances on the early Maranatha samplers, The Way came up with this top-notch debut of country-flavored acoustic rock....

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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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TOM KARLSON

There's some fairly rockin' and rollin' stuff driving lead guitar on this overlooked Star Song release. Sort of in...

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