Tag Archives: Gryphon


January 8, 2023

Talking Elephant 2022 Friendly fusing their strings into a patina-coated panel that reflects the past, stalwarts of British music mythos-scene look into the future. Nowadays, fresh proponents of folk rock seem to prefer fiery delivery to vibrant depth of the … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews Tagged , , , , ,

Veterans Of British Folk Rock Fuse Into “Bold Reynold”

November 7, 2022

They call it “a fusion of friends” and old pals they are indeed, David Carroll who used to roll with SPINNING WHEEL and has called recently on the members of FAIRPORT CONVENTION and GRYPHON – Dave Pegg and Chris Leslie … Continue reading

Posted in News Tagged , ,

GRYPHON – Get Out Of My Father’s Car!

March 21, 2021

Gryphon 2020 With erstwhile tomfoolery taking a twisted turn, English mushrumps shift their shenanigans towards the future. This ensemble never took themselves too seriously – unlike their music which, for all its joviality, has always been delivered with sober virtuosity … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews Tagged , ,

GRYPHON – Raindances

November 9, 2018

Transatlantic 1973-1975 / Esoteric 2018 Rejoice to hear the solemn curfew: complete classic oeuvre by a troupe whose roots could split rock. Strange as a mythical creature they were named after and sometimes as surreal as in Carrollian portrayal, this … Continue reading

Posted in Reissues Tagged , ,

GRYPHON Deliver First New Record In Four Decades

August 10, 2018

They have always been one of the most unusual and original rock groups, GRYPHON, serving up medieval pieces possessed with prog majesty and magic. The band’s initial lifespan wasn’t long, but it’s then, between 1973 and 1977, that the ensemble … Continue reading

Posted in News Tagged