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Malcolm & Alwyn


Malcolm & Alwyn

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Nottinghamshire singing duo Malcolm Wild and Alwyn Wall, recorded two studio albums, Fools Wisdom and Wildwall before going their separate ways. Both men are now senior pastors at Calvary Chapel churches; Malcolm at Merritt Island, near Cape Canaveral in Florida for 20 years, and Alwyn in Westminster, central London since 2000. Alwyn recalls, “The 1970s was a special time. No doubt about it. When Malcolm and I started there was nothing really happening that young teens of 17 and 18 could relate to. We just fell into it. The folk music style was all we knew at the time, and the only others doing what we were doing at the time seemed to be Graham Kendrick and Trinity Folk, who then became Parchment. It was all brand new. We never dreamed that we would make an album, never mind two. They were musical snapshots of what was happening. We had no agenda to become anything, we had found Jesus and wanted to communicate that to the rest of our generation.”… …Fool’s Wisdom Reviewed by Chris Tozer… When this album was originally released in 1973, alongside Parchment’s ‘Light Up The Fire’, it was snapped up by Pye Records - one of the top labels of the day. ‘Fools Wisdom’ was very much a landmark album of the fledgling CCM industry in this country.

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  • melkmeintogepi

    This is awesome!!!! I just ordered an old copy of Fool's Wisdom for my bro in law for christmas, I bet he'll be diggin it!!!!!

    27 Nov 2011 Reply
  • OnlyVisitor

    Yes, sounds like Simon & Garfunkel or as Crosby, Stills and Nash.

    12 Nov 2011 Reply
  • BillyBoon

    A bit like the Simon and Garfunkle of Christian music. Awesomely cool.

    6 Mar 2009 Reply