Welcome to this brand new album/CD from Splinter. It has been a long time coming, a very long time in fact. Splinter still consists of Billy Elliott and Bobby Purvis, both hailing from the North East of England, from the Newcastle area in fact. Not only were they an excellent singing duo who could effortlessly harmonize from each other taking vocal, they could play their own instruments, and write very good songs into the bargain, and that is a very powerful compound indeed, and one that will insure the name remains long in the memory.
Welcome to this brand new album/CD from Splinter. It has been a long time coming, a very long time in fact. Splinter still consists of Billy Elliott and Bobby Purvis, both hailing from the North East of England, from the Newcastle area in fact. Not only were they an excellent singing duo who could effortlessly harmonize from each other taking vocal, they could play their own instruments, and write very good songs into the bargain, and that is a very powerful compound indeed, and one that will insure the name remains long in the memory.
5056083207916

Details

Format: CD
Label: GONZO
Rel. Date: 01/01/2021
UPC: 5056083207916

Never Went Back
Artist: Splinter
Format: CD
New: Available $18.98
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Passing Through
2. Don't Leave Me Now
3. Another Time Another Place
4. Sail Away
5. Pull on Your Heart Strings
6. Fixing to Stay
7. Too Far Down the Line
8. Never Went Back
9. Take It or Leave It
10. Plane Leaving Tokyo
11. Innocent

More Info:

Welcome to this brand new album/CD from Splinter. It has been a long time coming, a very long time in fact. Splinter still consists of Billy Elliott and Bobby Purvis, both hailing from the North East of England, from the Newcastle area in fact. Not only were they an excellent singing duo who could effortlessly harmonize from each other taking vocal, they could play their own instruments, and write very good songs into the bargain, and that is a very powerful compound indeed, and one that will insure the name remains long in the memory.