Land (Worship band)
|Genres||Worship, Folk, CCM, folk rock, roots rock|
Land was a Scottish Christian music band, who played a worship style of acoustic folk music with folk rock and roots rock elements. They were from a four-piece band from Glasgow, Scotland, where they released three independently-made albums.
The group formed in 1997, with their first album, Down the Mountain Slowly, releasing the same year. Their subsequent album, Rain in the Springtime, was released the following year, in 1998. They released, Point Me to the Skies, in 1999, where this was their final album, before they disbanded the next year.
- Steve Knott
- Yvonne Whitty
- Diane MacLeod
- Shirley-Anne Nolan
- Honeyman, Lins (1 June 1998). "Land: The Scottish worship visionaries". Cross Rhythms. Retrieved 3 November 2015.
- Derbyshire, Dancin' Dave (1 February 1998). "Review: Down The Mountain Slowly – Land". Cross Rhythms. Retrieved 3 November 2015.
- Lamb, Graeme (1 June 1998). "Review: Rain In The Springtime – Land". Cross Rhythms. Retrieved 3 November 2015.
- Stewart, James (21 November 1999). "Land – Point Me to the Skies: A Review". The Phantom Tollbooth. Retrieved 3 November 2015.