Bryndle | House of Silence

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House of Silence

by Bryndle

Classic album by acclaimed songwriters Karla Bonoff, Wendy Waldman and Kenny Edwards.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Every Stone
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2. Bitter Wheel
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3. All The Way Gone
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4. This Time Around
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5. Long As Its Real
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6. Crawl Into The Light
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7. Like A Compass
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8. Concrete River
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9. All I Need To Know
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10. Night Full Of Rain
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11. Heart Of Fire
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12. One Heartbeat Away
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13. Forever Ride
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Album Notes
Bryndle was founded in the 70's, very much part of the LA folk-rock wave that included CSN, The Eagles, Jackson Browne, and Linda Ronstadt. The band was signed in 1970 but never released an album until re-forming in 1993. The resulting music, though showing a lot of the 70's harmony-band heritage, was also very influenced by musicians who came along after those years. Much of what would become 80's and early 90's country-pop can be heard in the band's 1995 release, "Bryndle". On the latest CD, "House of Silence", those influences remain and are joined by modern sounds recalling Sarah Mclaughlin and Chris Isaak. Although the remaining members of Bryndle, Karla Bonoff, Wendy Waldman, and Kenny Edwards have solo careers, they show a long-burnished ensemble singing and arranging sensibility that many new artists have not developed.


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Bryndle is to good!
I love these musicians, how bad it is to know Kenny Edwards did pass away!

John Davis

excellent accomplishment
This album contains intricate as well as laid-back instrumentals --that's what caught my attention. There is a balance between excellent musicianship and vocals/songwriting; that's why this genre is my favorite-- because of bands like these!

-John Davis of
The Morning Becomes Electric