segunda-feira, 25 de abril de 2016

Glass Harp - American Power Trio


One of the first Christian-themed pop/rock acts, Glass Harp included singer/guitarist Phil Keaggy, bassist Dan Pecchio, and drummer John Sferra. Formed in 1969 in Youngstown, OH, the group -- a free-form power trio in the tradition of Cream, the Jimi Hendrix Experience, and fellow Buckeyes the James Gang -- quickly developed a strong local following, and in 1970 they signed to Decca to issue their self-titled debut LP. Synergy followed a year later, but after 1972's It Makes Me Glad Glass Harp disbanded; Keaggy went on to enjoy considerable success as a CCM solo act, while Pecchio later co-founded the Michael Stanley Band. Glass Harp's original lineup came together for a reunion concert in 1988.








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Um comentário:

  1. Existem músicas que são predestinadas a serem expoentes musicais
    desde o momento que são gravadas.....

    Isto ocorre imediatamente com "Can You See Me?"

    """Can you see me brother,
    Walking down the lonely road?
    Can you see me sister,
    Help me find where I must go.
    Look for the signs in the stars,
    To help us find what must be ours.
    For those behind the lonely bars,
    We'll help to see.
    Can you see me brother,
    Here I stand I'm all alone,
    Can you see me sister,
    I hear the cries among my own.
    There are too many people
    Saying what it's all about.
    Should be praying to find
    Themselves and not an out.
    For I know that it's hard to see
    All the things we ought to be,
    Many things we cannot see are there.
    The Son died for you and me,
    That we may live eternally,
    Through Him there is a peace we can share.
    Yes, we can share.
    For I know that it's hard to see
    All the things we ought to be,
    Many things we cannot see are there.
    The Son died for you and me,
    That we may live eternally,
    Through Him there is a peace we can share.
    Yes, we can share.
    Can you see me brother?
    Can you see me sister?
    Can you see me brother?
    Can you see me sister?"""

    Peter Hammill - SP

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