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3.73 | 11 ratings | 0 reviews | 45% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Caught In a Fold
2. Something In Between
3. Another Life
4. First Thought
5. Pure White light
6. Simple Ways
7. Bitterness Burnt
8. Distant Train
9. Answer The Question
10. Pass The Clock
11. Passengers

1. The Night Sky
2. The Spirit of Autumn Past
3. Evergreen
4. Never The Rainbow
5. Heroes Never Die
6. Mother Nature
7. Afterglow

Line-up / Musicians

- Bryan Josh / lead vocals, lead rhythm electric and acoustic guitars
- Heather Findlay / lead and backing vocals, percussion
- Ian Jennings / keyboards and backing vocals
- Angela Gordon Goldthorpe / recorders, flute and backing vocals
- Andy Smith / bass
- Liam Davidson / slide electric guitars
- Andrew Jennings / drums

Guest musicians:
- Troy Donockley / Uileann pipes, mandolin, guitar
- The Regent String Quartet: Caryn Cohen, Mary Martin, Sarah Turner, Helen Godbolt / strings

Releases information

2CD Classic Rock Productions (2005)

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MOSTLY AUTUMN The V Shows ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(45%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(18%)
Good, but non-essential (18%)
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