PAUL FIELD

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NUTSHELL

Believe It Or Not finds the trio rocking out a tad more, pushing closer to that 2nd Chapter sound on...

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NUTSHELL

The second version of the group, the two original girls having been replaced by Mo McCafferty and Annie McCraig. The...

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NUTSHELL

Flyaway would introduce Nutshell's soft folky string-orchestrated style and oh-so-mellow harmonies to American ears (Myrrh MSA 6592). Slightly more polished...

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NUTSHELL

The UK trio Nutshell's original line-up was Paul Field (guitar, piano), Pam May (autoharp) and Heather Barlow (guitar). They've earned...

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STEVE GODDARD

England still had its share of notable male singer/songwriters on into the late ‘70s. Goddard has a warm accessible soft...

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OASIS (UK)

No Room For Fighting  (Glenmore  GLR 580)  1980  UK *       If this album seems like a completely...

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STEVE FLASHMAN

British singer/songwriter Steve Flashman fits right in there with the best UK male solo lps from earlier days on labels...

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