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Antidote - Clive Gregson - Comfort And Joy (CD, Album)


  • Akilrajas
    Comfort & Joy I thought I would leave you with a typical Gregson wrist slasher. This song has references to "Mattie Groves", "God Rest You Merry Gentlemen" and "In The Bleak Midwinter". It's a Christmas song that focuses on how lonely that time of year can be for some people. I have a pal in Minneapolis who.
  • Vugore
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Comfort and Joy - Clive Gregson on AllMusic - - With Clive Gregson, Antidote. Clive Gregson. Clive Gregson. Spotify Amazon: 3: Fingerless Gloves. Clive Gregson. Clive Gregson. 8/
  • Kira
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Clive Gregson - Comfort And Joy at Discogs. Complete your Clive Gregson collection.
  • Metaur
    Clive Gregson Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 2 ratings. out of 5 stars Comfort And Joy - Clive Gregson. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 9, Iain has also brought out many solo albums. This is a great album with a smooth and velvet going solo he was part of the duo Gregson and Collister (the latter a 5/5(2).
  • Voodoozuru
    2) Antidote 3) Fingerless Gloves 4) I'm There for You 5) It's You I Want to Hold 6) If I Was You Lover 7) Catholic Girl 8) White Suit of Notes 9) Riding on a Bus 10) Pretty Peggy-O 11) String of Pearls 12) Comfort ; Joy.
  • Madal
    Clive James Gregson (born 4 January , Ashton-under-Lyne, Tameside, England) is an English singer/songwriter, musician and record has toured in bands, provided backup for well-known musicians, and written songs that have been covered by Kim .
  • Mogar
    Clive Gregson - Comfort and Joy. format: CD | ref: FECD | condition Suit Of Notes * Catholic Girl * If I Was Your Lover * It's You I Want To Hold * I'm There For You * Fingerless Gloves * Antidote * Frances O'Connor Music Scotland > English & International Folk Music > Fellside Recordings > Clive Gregson > Clive Gregson - Comfort and Price: £
  • Tojasida
    Reviews for Comfort & Joy Venerated folk-rocker's second completely single-handed album in two years. Literal solo albums where, in a fit of control-freakery, one artist writes, produces and plays all the instruments are often dull, enclosed affairs but here, the ex-frontman of Any Trouble and regular Richard Thompson foil avoids the traps well.

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