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Together -Songs of Love and Marriage

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Great!

What a great CD! I listen to this CD when I'm having trouble in my relationship. It reminds me of what love is and instantly I feel better. It truly keeps the flame burning and unity in the marriage. Don't miss out on this experience of Love.

The Best! Highly Recommend!

Excellent CD and worth the investment. Songs here were as if written for me and my husband. Highly recommend to people/couples in all walks of life. Thank you Haven for sharing your testimony of love through your songs. Blessings!

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Cornwall, England, 1996

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s

British indie foursome Haven actually formed in Cornwall in the southwest of England before relocating to Manchester in 1999. Having already attracted the attention of former Smiths manager Joe Moss, they subsequently received the patronage of the band's former guitarist, Johnny Marr, as well. Featuring vocalist Gary Briggs, guitarist Nat Wason, bassist Iwan Gronow, and drummer Jack Mitchell, Haven jokingly named themselves after a local holiday camp before realizing that the moniker was an accurate...
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