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A SOLDIER'S TALE

1974

Crossover Prog


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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Execution of the Wooddaughter (1:53)
2. The Pyre at Violent Hill (5:52)
3. Gently Shaken (4:12)
4. March of Men (1:23)
5. The Battle (1:08)
6. Fall of Heroes (2:56)
7. Voices (2:38)

Total Time 20:02

Line-up / Musicians

- Mike Forgette / Guitars, Vocals
- Tim Moore / Drums, Vocals
- Gary Dionne / Bass, Vocals
- Adam Clymer / Guitars
- Angela Piccoli / Keys

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Lyrics: Mike Forgette

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