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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 produced by Lou Adler, was ever released from those sessions and it became a regional hit in Northern California before disappearing. Frustrated with this disappointing first attempt in the record business, Bryndle soon disbanded.

Wendy Waldman, Karla Bonoff, Andrew Gold and Kenny Edwards established solo careers and session work before reforming in the early 1990’s. In 1995, their newly recorded debut was released and the band began a tour of America and Japan. In 1996, Andrew Gold left the band while Bryndle continued touring through 1997. Unlike their 1995 album which was truly a collaborative effort of songwriters and artists, their 2002 album was recorded between 1997 and 2002 and most of the songs were written apart. By that time, they had stopped performing as a group and all the members were working on their solo careers.

After a break of more than 5 year off the road, the band reformed for two house concert performances in 2002. Those two performances were edited down to a single CD released the next year. (Wikipedia)

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