Greater Vision Re-Releasing “You Can Have A Song”

Greater Vision has announced in their latest e-newsletter that they will be re-releasing their You Can Have A Song project on CD.  This was one of the first two albums the group recorded with Chris Allman, Gerald Wolfe, and Mark Trammell.  Previously this project was only available on cassette.  They also state that this will be a limited edition release of signed and numbered CDs.  Details are promised to be forthcoming.  Keep a watch out!

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5 Responses to Greater Vision Re-Releasing “You Can Have A Song”

  1. quartet-man says:

    Cool!

  2. coomercove says:

    About time! Gerald told me this was going to be released ages ago, while Jason was still with the group. He told me that I “won” the award for having paid the most money for a copy off Ebay – $104 for a still sealed copy. The previous high that he knew about was $100. He even had me email him a scan of the cover. I hope he remembers his promise to save me one of the “limited edition”. LOL

  3. Olaneljonois says:

    Question? Over at SGhistory.com it lists “You Can Have A Song” as the first release by GV. On the label it is listed as GV-02. That is a typical numbering for GV own label recordings. What was GV-01? Does anyone know?

    • Olaneljonois says:

      Sorry that’s GV-9102. “91” for 1991 and “02” for second recording.

      • Al Gratton says:

        “On a Journey” was their first project. It was released on CD and cassette by Riversong. “You Can Have a Song” was only released on cassette as a “table project” and was only available during the groups first year of touring. In fact, there were two versions of “You Can Have a Song”! The first 500 released had a black and white cover and the rest had a color version of the same picture. The black and white version is very rare and hard to find.

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