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Bryan Maclean - If you can believe in

in need of a new link
dropped back in april 2008, course, didnt make it.


glenn said...

you da bomb! Welcome back!


24HourDejaVu said...

Here is a clean link to the Bryan Maclean post for you to use
You may use this link but I will delete it in a week or so so if you like please download it for yourself and re post the link on your site


Your friend in Atlanta

Bill at 24hr
and you can see on my site I posted your new link
gotta keep you going

The Bomber said...

yeah...thank you dear Bill...

Jeff said...

Thanks for sharing this.

I've never heard of Bryan Maclean, so I just read his bio this morning and found that he played in Arthur Lee's rock group Love in the 1960s. I didn't care much for that band.

This album is a solo effort that I'm interested in listening to though. Judging by the album cover photo, it looks like it's from 1966 or 1967.

MacLean hurt his career greatly when he became a born-again Christian and started a ministry, so when he eventually returned to music it was spiritual crap.

Unfortunately for Bryan, he was only 51 when he died of a heart attack in 1998 before he could complete his second Christian music CD.

Jeff said...

Dreadful album. It's all acoustic, too mellow, and... BORING! I only had to listen to 10 to 20 seconds of each track to realize that.

Apparently Bryan was going for folk music. It's clear why this album didn't sell.

Anonymous said...

this never was released in the 60s, it is extra stuff that arthur lee didnt find loveley enough.
eventually id like to check it out, thanks for all your efforts.

Anonymous said...

oops its still on the server :0