USA. Prophet first attracted attention in March 1983 on joining Los Angeles band Green On Red. His exciting, highly skilled, technique added a new dimension to this already excellent group, although critics initially dubbed his work derivative of Neil Young. Successive releases by the group established Prophet as one of the eras finest musicians, whose skills were enhanced through jams with the cream of San Franciscos rock fraternity. In 1990 the artist released Brother Aldo, a largely country rock selection. This superior set featured several vocal duets with Prophets partner Stephanie Finch and included support from R&B pianist Spooner Oldham and Durocs drummer Scott Matthews. Prophets guitar work was, however, also prominent, particularly on Scarecrow, the albums most intense offering. Following Green On Reds demise in 1992, Prophet was able to concentrate on his solo career, establishing himself as one...
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