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Strawbs - Stereo Pop Special-68 mp3 download Performer: Strawbs
Album: Stereo Pop Special-68
Released: 1974
Style: Folk Rock, Prog Rock, Public Broadcast
Size MP3: 1199 mb.
Size FLAC: 1645 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
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Strawbs is the debut studio album by English band Strawbs. The Sandy Denny & The Strawbs LP All Our Own Work released in Denmark is generally not counted. Not initially issued in the US, US A&M did issue two singles ("Oh How She's Changed" b/w "Or Am I Dreaming", and "The Man Who Called Himself Jesus" b/w "Poor Jimmy Wilson"). All tracks written by Dave Cousins, except where noted

Ghosts is the 7th studio album by English band Strawbs. Ghosts" (Dave Cousins) – 8:31. Lemon Pie" (Cousins) – 4:03. Where Do You Go (When You Need a Hole to Crawl In)" (Cousins) – 3:02. The Life Auction" – 6:52. Impressions of Southall from the Train" (Cousins, John Hawken). The Auction" (Cousins, Dave Lambert). Don't Try to Change Me" (Lambert) – 4:28.

Strawbs is the debut studio album by English band Strawbs. Benedictus" is a song by English band Strawbs featured on their 1972 album Grave New World. After the departure of Rick Wakeman, band leader Dave Cousins consulted the I Ching asking what to do next. The answer from the coins, "Humble must he constant be, where the paths of wisdom lead, distant is the shadow of the setting sun", forms part of the first two lines of the lyrics of the song. Unusually for a rock song, the instrumental break is performed using a dulcimer played through a fuzz box. The resulting sound is often mistaken for an electric guitar.

Lista de los grupos Prog Folk Strawbs The Best of the Strawbs. añadir las palabras del álbum. Miembros poseen este álbum0. Saber más. Other productions from Strawbs. Hero and Heroine in Ascencia. Dancing to the Devil's Beat.

Performer: Strawbs Album: Prognostic Label: Witchwood Media. Performer: Strawbs Album: Prognostic Label: Witchwood Media. They wrote more compelling songs than the former two, and possessed more lyrical/musical substance than.

Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(10%). Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(10%). The first cut is the deepest. After the excellent "Ghosts", the following "Nomadness" was rather disappointing. Another one of these horrible late 70's Strawbs album that ruined the group's early legend from a folk group to a folk rock group than a prog folk group that culminated with Witchwood's stellar series of poignant songs. In retrospect of course, it could appear that Wakeman's short passage in the band might have given the band the best of themselves, but ultimately they couldn't really cope with his departure, although it would be unfair to point at his replacement Blue Weaver.

Ghosts was the last album by the Strawbs to appear while the band was on its upward curve of commercial success; a more lyrical follow-up to Hero and Heroine, it was the group's last thrust at wide-audience appeal, with a hoped for-hit ("Lemon Pie") that didn't materialize. The group's mix of acoustic guitars, electric lead and bass, and Rod Coombes' heavy drumming was very compelling on this, their smoothest album


A1 Lay Down 4:27
A2 Autumn 7:32
A3 Tears And Pavan 6:05
A4 Out In The Cold / Round And Round 8:30
B1 Just Love 3:10
B2 Hero And Heroine 4:48
B3 The River 2:20
B4 Down By The Sea 7:25
B5 Lay A Little Light On Me 4:42

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Golders Green Hippodrome, London


  • Bass – Chris Cronk
  • Drums – Rod Coombes
  • Hosted By – Alan Black
  • Mellotron, Piano – John Hawken
  • Producer – Jeff Griffin
  • Vocals, Guitar – Dave Cousins, Dave Lambert


Recorded live at the Golders Green Hippodrome, London, UK 1974-April-11

Side 1: 28:51 min.
Side 2: 24:10 min.
total duration: 55:01 min.

Excerpt of these recordings were later released to the public in 1995 as In Concert, and the full broadcast was finally made available on CD in 2010 as Live At The BBC Vol. Two: In Concert

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): 135263-S
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): 135264-S