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Ralph Towner

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3.83 | 6 ratings | 0 reviews | 33% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1992

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 The Sigh 5:13
2 Wistful Thinking 3:58
3 Adrift 6:10
4 Infection 3:18
5 Alar 7:14
6 Short 'N Stout 3:04
7 Waltz For Debby 4:16
8 I Fall In Love Too Easily 4:19
9 Magic Pouch 5:06
10 Magnolia Island 4:35
11 Nightfall 6:27

Line-up / Musicians

Drums - Peter Erskine
Guitar [Classical, 12-string], Synthesizer - Ralph Towner

Releases information

LP/CD: ECM Records ECM 1462 (Germany)

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