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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1971

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mountain Man
2. If There Was Ever A Love
3. Whatever Forever
4. Eight Miles High
5. Follow The Stars
6. Never Say Goodbye
7. Marsha Marsha
8. Ah I Can Feel It
9. Life Can Be So Simple
10. Chest Fever
11. Presents Of Presence
12. Taking A Walk
13. A Day In The Life
14. Every Day I Am Reminded
15. Mr Candleman
16. On My Way To LA
17. Just A Little More Time
18. Daughters & Sons

Line-up / Musicians

- Ralph Cole Guitar, Vocals
- Don Dinovo Viola
- Skip Prokop Guitar, Drums, Vocals
- Larry Smith Trombone, Vocals

Releases information

RCA compilation

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