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Marvin & Gentry | Songs from Gholson Road

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Songs from Gholson Road

by Marvin & Gentry

Long time duo Marvin & Gentry bring a collection of insightful, acoustic folk gems that are hook-laden with harmony.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wishful Thinking
3:24 album only
2. Pieces of Julie
4:03 album only
3. Without You
3:39 album only
4. Great Divide
3:06 album only
5. Take Me There
3:17 album only
6. Gray
3:54 album only
7. Thinkin' About You
3:16 album only
8. Song for Lera
3:35 album only
9. Bluebird
3:15 album only
10. Shine On
8:01 album only
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Album Notes
The duo "Marvin and Gentry" recorded and performed under a long association with former 1970s supergroup "America" member Dan Peek as the group "PEACE. The same rich harmonies and smooth vocals associated with "America," which topped the charts with such Top 40 hits as "Horse With No Name" and "Sister Golden Hair," accompany hits sung by the duo as "Marvin and Gentry."
Robert Lee Long-Desoto Times Tribune (Memphis)

Great Story-Telling, and Terrific Harmonies. Not unlike the 60/70s duos Simon and Garfunkel and Seals & Crofts, Marvin & Gentry blend poignant storytelling and textured harmonies to create a refreshing mix of music that at once soothes and inspires.
Jeff Crosby- Publisher at IV Press- Chicago, IL

"When I first got out of America, I just wanted to be ‘Mr. Solo’. But, then, later on I missed the camaraderie of other guys. I had put together three or four different groups of musicians that I toured with over the years. But, in terms of doing creative stuff like recording, Ken and Brian, which I dubbed ‘Peace’...that was a really nice break for me... one of the more pleasant aspects of the post-America thing was working with Ken and Brian.
Dan Peek- Founding member of the group AMERICA (from his last interview)
Randy Patterson-Boomerocity.com



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