Because Edwards Hand were one of the few pop/rock acts other than the Beatles who were produced by George Martin in the late s, their obscure self-titled debut album has generated some rough comparisons to the Beatles' own work. It's true that the harmonies, melodies, and orchestrations bear some similarity to those heard on the very most pop-oriented of the Beatles' productions, though in 7/
Unfortunately although Edwards Hand's album garnered critical acclaim in the USA, the GRT label folded almost immediately after release of the alburn taking the band's first steps at a career with it. Edwards Hand missed their moment and the duos debut failed to even secure a European release.
Rod Edwards and Roger Hand started their musical collaboration as leaders of the band Picadilly Line. Showcasing a strong set of UK flower power moves, their sole album, 's "The Huge World of Emily Small" attracted positive critical reviews, but didn't do a great deal commercially and after a series of equally commercially disappointing.
Edwards Hand (formerly known as Picadilly Line) was a musical group formed by Welshman Rod Edwards (keyboards and vocals) and Englishman Roger Hand (acoustic guitar and vocals). After a album released under their former name, in Edwards Hand released an eponymous album produced by George Martin who, taking a break from working on The Beatles' White Album, described Genres: Folk rock, psychedelic pop, psychedelic .
Jonathan Edwards, an eighteenth-century preacher and theologian, is the author of the sermon “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” He is, therefore, the narrator of the text, and his purpose in delivering the sermon is to convince a Connecticut congregation (one notoriously immune to the theology of the Great Awakening) to find salvation by accepting Christ.
The official CD reissue of this rare debut album by Edwards Hand, the London Psychedelic Pop band formed by the UK duo of singer/keyboardist Rod Edwards (who was later a key member of Folk Rock trio Jade, and The Piccadilly Line) with Roger Hand(The Piccadilly Line).4/5(1).