Henry Paul was a rhythm guitarist and vocalist for the Crossfire - Henry Paul Band - Grey Ghost. He left the group in after its third album. He formed the Henry Paul Band in and signed to Atlantic later that year. Grey Ghost is the band's debut, and it is drenched in Southern rock influences as well as those of '70s West Coast bands such as the Eagles. The opening cut, "So Long," combines folk, country-rock, and the over the top guitar punch of bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brotherswhile "Crossfire" sounds like the Joe Walsh -era Eagles jamming with the Pure Prairie League and "Foolin'" has the Byrds ' signature all over it.
But to say that Paul and his band merely copied what was out there wouldn't be fair. Grey Ghost is a fine album; the songcraft is tight and crisp, the lead and harmony vocals are crystalline, and the production is unobtrusive. But those twin guitar leads that sound like they come from the Allmans ' "Ramblin' Man" Crossfire - Henry Paul Band - Grey Ghost a bit derivative sounding.
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