Brush Arbor is one of those amazing, square-peg country bands that crossed over into multiple genres -- charting in the Top Forty, dabbling in hippiedelic country rock and eventually settling exclusively into a long career as a Christian country act. They recorded some fun stuff in the 'Seventies (most notably "Heaven Is A Girl Named Emmylou," a good-natured tribute to the young Ms. Harris...) But eventually they did settle down and become a straight gospel band, recording successfully through the next couple of decades. Here's a quick look at their work...

Discography - Albums

Brush Arbor "Brush Arbor" (Capitol, 1973) (LP)

Brush Arbor "Brush Arbor 2" (Capitol, 1973) (LP)

Brush Arbor "Page One" (Monument, 1977) (LP)

Brush Arbor "Straight" (Monument, 1977) (LP)

Brush Arbor "Hide Away" (Myrrh, 1979) (LP)

Brush Arbor "Hero" (Myrrh, 1981) (LP)

Brush Arbor "I Will Follow" (Word, 1983) (LP)

Brush Arbor "Centerstage" (Light, 1985) (LP)

Brush Arbor "What Does It Take" (Morning Gate, 1991)

Brush Arbor "Brush Arbor" (Benson, 1994)

Brush Arbor "The Way The River Runs" (Benson, 1996)


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