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Bryndle


Country of origin:

U.S.

Type of music generally:

Folk/rock

Status:

Most recent release, Live at Russ and Julie's (live, 2002); most recent studio release, House of Silence (2002)

See also:

Bryndle's site

Wikipedia's entry on Bryndle

Karla Bonoff's site, Wendy Waldman's site

The Ectophiles' Guide's entries for Karla Bonoff and Wendy Waldman

Comparisons:

Solo work by the artists concerned, Lone Justice, Knots And Crosses, early Fleetwood Mac

Covers/own material:

Own

General comments:

the embryonic band of karla bonoff, wendy waldman, andrew gold and kenny edwards. all new songs that have me very interested in their as-yet-unreleased-but-recorded album from before they went their separate ways in 1970. take fleetwood mac from the early lindsey buckingham/stevie nicks days, take away the unstable personalities and you have an idea of what bryndle is like. one *big* thumb. (woj@smoe.org)

it's a group that originally existed in the '70s but didn't go anywhere, and was mysteriously resurrected to much success. The tracks I've heard didn't completely bowl me over, but I would recommend it to people who like the whole crunchy folk-rock, Lone Justice meets Knots And Crosses sort of thing. (meth@smoe.org)

Comments about live performance:

Last week I went to see a group called Bryndle. I haven't seen them discussed here but let me say that they are well worth checking out. (9/95, ptv@rtp.scm-metals.com)

Recommended first album:

Bryndle is the only one we've heard

Recordings:

  • Bryndle (1995)
  • House of Silence (2002)
  • Live at Russ and Julie's (live, 2002)

Bryndle

Release info:

1995—MusicMasters

Availability:

Out of print

Ecto priority:

Recommended for folk/rock fans

Group members:

Karla Bonoff, Kenny Edwards, Wendy Waldman and Andrew Gold

Guest artists:

Scott Babcock—drums

Produced by:

Josh Leo and Bryndle

Comments:

It is a treat. (alundra@netos.com)

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