Griffin and Sylvester

Griffin and Sylvester

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In the summer of 1981, Terry Sylvester (late of the Hollies) and James Griffin (late of Bread) got together to write and record tunes for this little gem of a pop album. If sunny harmonies with strong melodic hooks are your thing, then this record is right up your alley. The Memphis-born Griffin and the Liverpool-born Sylvester make a strong songwriting team and their voices blend well together in a distinctly Everly sort of way. Highlights include "Please Come into My Life," "Rozanee," "You Go Your Way," and "Girl Be Here Tonight" from the original album lineup, plus the addition of three bonus tracks: "I'll Be There," "Don't You Know It's Time," and "Aruba Town." A great album that makes you wish these guys would do another.