Peter Brodie is an exponent of gentle folk who sings his own songs, some tinged with sadness, some with humour. Both the style of song and the singing are reminiscent of Tom Paxton. Indeed, Warner Brothers Records said of Brodie in 1971, 'he sounds like Tom Paxton but as we have one Tom Paxton under contract, we don't need another'.
His voice is one of those rarities, possessing as it does an impressive range, from the tenor voice on 'Summer Breeze', which pleads with you to follow him away from it all on a sailing boat, to the deep bass on the pastiche country and western track 'Hit the Road.
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