Bryn Haworth | The Gap

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The Gap

by Bryn Haworth

This 1980 ground breaking rhythm and blues Gospel album launched Bryn to the forefront of Christian music. Joined by Eric Clapton's then backing band, Bryn makes even the Blues sound joyful.
Genre: Blues: Blues Gospel
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1. The Gap
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2. Egypt
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3. I Can Do All Things
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4. New World Coming
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5. It Could Have Been Me
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6. Power of the Holy Spirit
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7. More of You
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8. New Jerusalem
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9. No Time
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10. Send Down the Rain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
THE GAP
Bryn Haworth is one of those players who does things with his guitar that practically defy the imagination. He’s not a blistering shredder, instead he takes understated to a new level. He’s a slide player who has a deft touch and can pack an emotional punch without beating you over the head.
The Gap is an album I picked up over 20 years ago because it had one of those “Larry Norman Presents” stickers on it. I loved this album, and always wanted to find more of his stuff. It would take a couple of decades before I would find it on CD, and it’s better today than it was in 1980.
Musically it’s a very spiritual album, and is mostly full of mid tempo blues infused rock tunes (do not infer that this means boring). Bryn’s voice has pleasant warmth, and offers a great counterpoint to his playing. The show stopper is More of You a song so good it ranks as one of my all time favorites. He’s largely unknown, but those who follow virtuoso know about this guy. New Christian Music June 24, 2003

Bryn's music, locked as it is into an urban blues groove, is utterly timeless. In case you weren't around when Rob Andrews' pioneering Chapel Lane company released this masterpiece, 'The Gap' was the album which set the agenda for all that was to follow, a sassy, romping, stomping set full of searing guitar, lazily understated vocals and simple lyrics full of wit and charm exhorting us to get to God. Eric Clapton's old rhythm section give just the right drive. Cross Rhythms June 1995 - review by Tony Cummings - 10/10

‘This is new album, with touches of folk and blues amid the tuneful rock – really deserves consideration. Lyrics carry a strong Christian message, but there’s nothing Sally Army about the music‘. Bryn deserves even wider recognition as probably the finest bottleneck guitarist this country has ever produced. Hopefully this superb album will give it to him.
Music Week Magazine‘s reviewer wrote. Oct 1980.


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