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Beyond Dreams

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White Bird
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Bombay Calling
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Who's Gonna Love Me
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Lost In Paradise
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Swept Away
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Pick Up Sticks
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Time Is
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Girl With No Eyes
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Santa Cruz
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 52:01

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Wonderful Music!

TinaFinch

What can you say about the perfect version of an amazing song! White Bird was a progressive rock staple back in the day of The Night Bird on WNEW-FM. It is now updated for the new century and I get a great buzz out of hearing this along with the other mesmerizing songs on this collection-Highly Recommended!

They Say All Music Guide

One has to hand it to David LaFlamme and his band (which includes Linda LaFlamme): they’re one of the few current outfits seemingly capable of revisiting their leader’s work of four decades earlier and improving upon it. The version of “White Bird” that opens this CD — whose dates of origin and recording are mysteriously absent — is so charming and disarming that it could have been a single in the 21st century without much trouble. The rest is pretty much a match for that make-or-break cut, with some of the newer material such as “Lost in Paradise” and “Who’s Gonna Love Me” (which does lift a line out of a Paul Simon song rather shamelessly) slotting in perfectly with the older sides. Linda LaFlamme is in excellent voice, 35 years after her work with It’s a Beautiful Day, and the whole album is a kind of amazing document of several prodigious talents undimmed by time. The sound is excellent, incidentally, and if there is a flaw, it’s the lack of annotation of any kind. But that’s no problem — most listeners will be so busy listening to the music that they’ll never notice. – Bruce Eder

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