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Maggie’s Farm – Glory Road [1992]

MI0001935440Country United Kingdom          

Style Melodic Rock/AOR/Pop/Rock

Rating 81/100

Band Members Steve Bankutie – Drums,Percussion, Rosemary Butler,Roy Galloway,Arnold McCuller,Julia Tillman Waters,Julia Waters,Maxine Willard Waters – Backing vocals, Jason Keene – Bass, Randy Kerber – Keyboards,Organ (Hammond),Piano,Synthesizer, Brian Kerns – Keyboards, Michael Landau,Dean Parks,Roy Scoutz – Guitars, David Lindley – Guitar,Guitar (Steel),Hawaiian Guitar,Lap Steel Guitar, Allison MacLeod – Vocals,guitars, Clif Magness – Guitar,Keyboards,backing vocals, Claudia Russell – Guitar,Percussion,vocals

Tracks 01. Glory Road, 02. Sweet Angel, 03. Not Until the Wind Changes, 04. That’s Not Love, 05. I’ll Take Care of You, 06. Home Is Where My Heart Is, 07. River of Sleep, 08. I’m Not Guilty, 09. If It Feels Like Love, 10. Get Out of Town

Profile Allison MacLeod was born in London began auspiciously in a garage in the San Fernando Valley with the band “Judy’s Ball”. Allison went on to co-found the L.A. band “The Tearjerkers,” a mini-skirted girl group highly regarded by local critics and radio stations. Their 3 song single release was played regularly on KROQ-FM. Allison left The Tearjerkers to form a new band “Maggie’s Farm.” The band’s fresh songwriting and rich harmonies soon earned them a recording contract on BMG’s JRS label.

Billboard magazine complimented the “well tailored songwriting on a very earworthy debut” adding that “MacLeod’s lead vocals are passionate and expressive.” After seeing the band at a highly touted Farm Aid appearance, Performance magazine wrote “That day, Maggie’s Far cultivated a new audience with a crop of tunes that sing from the heart.” The album produced by Cliff Magness who also played on this record while the song “Home Is Where My Heart Is” penned by him.



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