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Songs about Gransden:
The Song Is You (feat. Joe Gransden & The JG Big Band) by Jennifer Holliday from the Album The Song Is You
Movado (feat. Joe Gransden & Dan Baraszu) by Bryant Thompson from the Album Puzzle Pieces
By Your Side (feat. Joe Gransden) by Elements Band from the Album Elements Band 2
Dreamin' (feat. Joe Gransden) by Ryan Whitehead from the Album Ryan Whitehead
I'll Remember April (feat. Joe Gransden-vo, tp; Geoff Haydon-p, Sam Skelton-asx) by Tempest "Little Big Band" from the Album Round Midnight
Round Midnight (feat. Joe Gransden-tp) by Tempest "Little Big Band" from the Album Round Midnight
Shiny Stockings (feat. Joe Gransden-tp) by Tempest "Little Big Band" from the Album Round Midnight
Books about Gransden:
John Donne,: By K. W. Gransden by K. W Gransden (1969)
Gransdens, The, in Old Picture Postcards by K.P. Tritton (Jul 1995)
Virgil: Aeneid Book XI (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics) [Paperback]  (Author) Virgil, K. W. Gransden... (1991)
The Chronicle of Bury St. Edmunds, 1212-1301. Edited with Introduction, Notes and Translation By Antonia Gransden... by Antonia (ed) Gransden (1964)
Subjection and obedience to principalities, powers and magistrates. A sermon, preach'd at Great Gransden in Huntingdon-shire... by John Jenings (Jun 9, 2010)
The promises of God to royal David and his line, adapted to Queen Anne and the Protestant succession. In a sermon... by John Jenings (May 29, 2010)
K. George's victory over the rebels at Preston, parallel to K. David's at the wood of Ephraim: ... A sermon preach'd... by John Jenings (Oct 20, 2010)
Wiki information Gransden:
Little Gransden is a civil parish and village in South Cambridgeshire, England. In 2001 the population was 262 people. It is 11 miles from Cambridge, on the border with the district of Huntingdonshire. Little Gransden has two airfields, one of which...
Great Gransden is a civil parish and village in the Huntingdonshire district of Cambridgeshire, England. In 2001, the population of the parish was 969 people. It is 11 miles west of Cambridge. It is notable for the oldest post mill in England.