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Knights of Asheville: Live at Moogfest - Asheville, Nc 2011

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Disc 1 of 2
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Marmontel Riding on a Clef
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Hoél Dhat the Alchemist
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Serpent Magique
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Carmel Calif
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Sunshift (Moonmother's Mix)
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Living in Eternity
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Asheville Sunrise
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Restless Mind
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One Night in Space
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Disc 2 of 2
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Hunter Shot by a Yellow Rabbit
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The Evening Before Easter
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Dream Phantom of the Common Man
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Long Island Sunset
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Stratosfear '95
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Cloudburst Flight 2008
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Darkness Veiling the Night
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Closing Words
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View from a Distant Star
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 125:55

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Tangerine Dream Knights of Asheville

Grayy

If it's Tangerine Dream it is fantastic, can't wait till I see them again in 2014 I was one of the first to buy tickets

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