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Outlandish Knight - Spriguns - Revel Weird And Wild (CD, Album)

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  1. Dunris

    Only available on CD in Japan prior to this release. Features Mandy Morton (lead vocals & acoustic guitar), Tom Ling (electric violin & vocals), Dick Powell (electric guitar, keyboards & vocals), Mike Morton (bass guitar & vocals), Chris Woodcock (drums), B. J. Cole/pedal steel guitar (1 & 9)." Other releases on ACME Other releases by SPRIGUNS.
  2. Gardagor

    Discogs: CD, Revel, Weird And Wild. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  3. Fenricage

    Revel Weird And Wild, an album by Spriguns on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Mezilar

    May 14,  · If you like Steeleye Span, you might want to check this out. About a third of the material on the album is superior UK electric folk, and there's nothing really bad on it. Not a consistent album, but the high spots (Outlandish Knight, Lord Lovell, Laily Worm) are quite good indeed.
  5. Goltirr

    Jun 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Spriguns - Laily Worm (Trad) YouTube Spriguns ‎– Revel Weird And Wild () - FULL ALBUM - Duration: PartForanaSound 2, views.
  6. Sasar

    Jul 03,  · Spriguns - Revel Weird and Wild [] Popol Vuh - Affenstunde [] Patto - Hold Your Fire [] Les Champignons - Premiere Capsule [] John Dummer Band - John Dummer Band [] Høst - På Sterke Vinger [] Humble Pie - As Safe as Yesterday Is [] Harmonium - L'Heptade [] Fresh Maggots - Fresh Maggots [].
  7. Vusida

    Jack with a Feather Spriguns of Tolgus. Alida Star Recordings ASC (LP, UK, ) Background HBG/9 (CD, UK, ).
  8. Akinomi

    SPRIGUNS (OF TOLGUS) Revel Weird & Wild music review by kenethlevine. this is a decent folk rock album albeit with only a few progressive qualities. These surface mostly, and appropriately, in the longer tracks like "Outlandish Knight" and, especially "Lord Lovell", both propelled by the acousto-electric violins of Tom Ling, expertly fused.

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