Bryndle first formed in the late 1960s in Los Angeles. The original lineup included Wendy Waldman, Karla Bonoff, Andrew Gold, Peter Bernstein, Dennis Wood and former Stone Poneys member Kenny Edwards.
In 1970, Bryndle recorded what should have been their debut album for A&M Records with newcomer producer Chuck Plotkin. While it went through many revisions before being submitted to the record company, it was never released. Only a single, "Woke Up This Morning," written by Karla Bonoff and… read more
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