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Nomad Poets: Live In Germany 2004

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Waitin' For The Wind
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Sunshine Help Me
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That Was Only Yesterday
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The Wrong Time
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Feelin' Bad
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Wildfire
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Better By You, Better Than Me
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Tobacco Road
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Hangman Hang My Shell On A Tree
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Evil Woman
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 56:25

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EMUSIC-01D5B069

the first time I heard 'i am the walrus' on the radio when I was young, I had never heard humans make such a heavy sound before. like a grinding wheel from hell. mike harrison,gary wright and company are one of the most underrated and over looked bands in rock history. and like any great band, or work of art, their art is timeless. no one could actually pull off this particular brand of rock to give it a dated sound. still fresh.

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really spooky two

harpyrec

derfinatly a good album dispite some very unhuman sounds between songs.the crowd as they seem are fake sounding.but with that said,this is a great album for anyone who recalls this supergroup who never got what they deserved when they were together.the bass is good dispite the sad ending of the original member,but the vocals are on!!! 'evil woman" and 'waiting for the wind' are wotrh downloading this alone! get it. gary wright and company are still good!

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Remains...to be seen.

cowboomie

The music in this one contains the songs from a DVD release that includes returning Spookies Mike Harrison (voice), Gary Wright (voice, keyboards) and Mike Kellie (drums). The others are not original members but the sound is spot on, though missed is the killer bass of now departed Greg Ridley, who died in 2003. The dual vocals attack of Harrison Wright is in great form and Mike Kellie's drums never sounded better. Hopefully, these guys no longer fight about who gets the biggest hotel room and other petty ego crap that destroyed a great band back in the early 70s. Too bad Luther Grosvenor (later, Ariel Bender) wasn't part of this one. But all in all, this is a solid performance of some great songs by the remaining members of what should have been one of the late 60s / early 70s greatest bands. Too bad some boys don't grow up until far later in life.