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A Matter Of Time - The Nashville Dream

Eve Graham

Scottish
Scotdisc

Released: 26th October 2018
Catalogue Number: CDITV882
Barcode: 5014675308823
Running Time: 53 mins.

CD£10.00 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

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Eve Graham is equally at home, whether singing Contemporary Rock, Pop or Country Music. On this album she teams up, once again, with producer David Mackay, who crafted Eve’s original hits with the New Seekers.

1) Don’t Mean Nothin’
2) All Dressed Up
3) The Nashville Dream
4) A Matter Of Time
5) I Could Be The One
6) Turning Into My Mother
7) The Last Time
8) Slipping Away
9) When I am No More
10) Things That Always Make Me Smile
11) Something In Red
12) When It All Comes Down
13) Caledonia
14) Catch The Wild Wind
Eve Graham is equally at home, whether singing Contemporary Rock, Pop or Country Music. On this album she teams up, once again, with producer David Mackay, who crafted Eve’s original hits with the New Seekers.

Lineup

Eve Graham - Lead Vocals
Steve Hampton, Bob Huff, Mick Rogers, Ray
Russell - Guitars
Dougie Stevenson - Steel Guitar & Dobro
Matt Hughes,Trevor Bolder - Bass
Bob Jenkins, Chris Dennison, Henry Spinetti, Dez Shields - Drums
Pipe Major Derek Potter - Highland Bagpipes
Miriam Stockley, Miriam Grey, Brian Cadd, Eve Graham, David MacKay - Backing Vocals

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