Oliver Putland's joindate and other information is rather unclear,and he was only active for two years(1992-1993)and sung in only one album of Angel Voices.However,this will never stop Oliver from standing in the hall of Libera's glory.Throughout Libera's history,there is no other album similar to Angel Voices(1992),of which all the solos(except Always There) are led by only one person-Oliver Putland.Some even say that Angel Voices in Oliver's solo album rather than an album of the choir.Besides a warmest version of Webber's Pie Jesu,an lovely interpretation of Rutter's For the Beauty of the Earth,and the moving song Be Still for the Presence of the Lord,Oliver's voice can also be heard in songs like O For the Wings of a Dove(Hear my Prayer),San Damiano,I have a Dream,Glory to thee My God this night,One Voice...Countless solos have shown not only his talents in singing,but also his love and understanding of music.He also led solos in many songs on programme Titchmarsh on Song(1992) and Thora on the Straight&Narrow(1993),among which was Amazing Grace-a realy tearjerker.
Daren Geraghty Libera / Angel VoicesOliver PutlandGareth LowmanAnthony Maher Also (Music Club MC TCX 001, Cassette)
This CD is identical to the original 1992 Angel Voices CD (QTV CD 018) and was re-released on a different record label to coincide with their appearances on the TV series Thora on the Straight and Narrow. This CD does not list the soloists for each track, though most were done by Oliver Putland and Daren Geraghty.
Treble soloists: Oliver Putland with Daren Geraghty, Anthony Maher, Matthew Ottley and Gareth Lowman.
Daren Geraghty Libera / Angel VoicesOliver PutlandGareth LowmanAnthony Maher Reissued in 1993 (MCCDX 001) and in 1995 (NTMCD507) as Angel Voices with the same 20 tracks. This recording was released shortly after their 'Titchmarsh on Song' TV appearances. This CD does not list the soloists for each track, though most were done by Oliver Putland and Daren Geraghty. Treble soloists: Oliver Putland with Daren Geraghty, Anthony Maher, Matthew Ottley, Gareth Lowman.