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'I Hold Gravity'   

-  Label: 'Self Released'
-  Genre: 'Folk' -  Release Date: '23rd June 2017'

Our Rating:
After playing music with his brother George during the 1960s, Gerry Spehar spent thirty years raising a family and working for the man but never stopped writing songs.

"Where does time go?" he asks rhetorically in the title track of his much delayed comeback album performed with a backing band bearing the unlikely name of 'I See Hawks in L.A.'

Spehar (pronounced spay-har) comes from a Colorado pioneer family and this warm-hearted collection displays an intuitive understanding of the folk tradition of his ancestors.

He wrote songs with his wife Sue who sadly passed away as he was putting the finishing touches to this album. In this context, the closing track, Into The Mystic, stands as a moving tribute to her memory.

Gerry Spehar's website
  author: Martin Raybould

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SPEHAR, GERRY - I Hold Gravity