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Stamping Ground (Kralingen Music Festival)

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Disc 1 of 3
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Dust My Blues
Artist: Cuby and the Blizzards
4:48
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Human Condition
Artist: Canned Heat
3:09
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So Sad
Artist: Canned Heat
5:32
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Big Road Blues
Artist: Livin' Blues
2:42
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Zero She Flies
Artist: Al Stewart
2:25
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Giants
Artist: Quintessence
2:41
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The Sun of East
Artist: East Of Eden
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Disc 2 of 3
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Irish Theme
Artist: East Of Eden
3:21
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Freedom
Artist: Country Joe
3:55
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Mardi Gras Day
Artist: Dr. John and the Night Trippers
4:32
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Drowned In Wine
Artist: Family
4:34
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Gumbo
Artist: Santana
3:58
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Savor
Artist: Santana
4:29
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Jingo
Artist: Santana
4:26
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White Rabbit
Artist: Jefferson Airplane
2:20
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Ballad of You and Me & Pooneil
Artist: Jefferson Airplane
3:01
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Disc 3 of 3
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Wasted Union Blues
Artist: It's A Beautiful Day
7:23
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Bulgaria
Artist: It's A Beautiful Day
4:04
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Pavillons of Sun
Artist: T. Rex
3:20
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Old Blue
Artist: Byrds
3:40
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Big Bird
Artist: The Flock
4:51
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06
Esther's Nose Job
Artist: Soft Machine
6:03
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Set the Control to the Heart of the Sun
Artist: Pink Floyd
3:43
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A Sacerful of Secrets
Artist: Pink Floyd
6:09
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 110:55

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If you're a Floyd fan...

EMUSIC-00AE1739

The two songs are both excerpted. "Set the Controls" is the instrumental passage from the middle, while "Saucerful of Secrets" is comprised of the "Storm Signal" and "Celestial Voices" segments of that song. You've almost certainly heard ROIOs that sound better than this, but still, it's unreleased product from 1970, and if you're a hardcore fan, you gotta have it, right?