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Wishbone Ash Martin Turner And Friends ‎- The Garden Party album cover
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Live, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1-1 Standing In The Rain
1-2 Rest In Peace
1-3 Haunting Me
1-4 Lady Jay
1-5 Fire Sign
1-6 The Pilgrim
1-7 Way Of The World
1-8 No Easy Road
2-1 Doctor
2-2 Broken Down House
2-3 Valediction
2-4 The King Will Come
2-5 Prelude
2-6 In The Skin
2-7 Why Don't We
2-8 Living Proof
2-9 Jailbait

Line-up / Musicians

Bass, Lead Vocals / Martin Turner
Drums / Dave Wagstaffe
Guitar / Laurie Wisefield (tracks: 2-8, 2-9)
Guitar, Vocals - Danny Willson, Ray Hatfield, Ted Turner (tracks: 2-3, 2-9)

Releases information

Dirty Dog Discs ‎- DDD CD006

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4 stars I was lucky enough to be invited to this gig. It was an amazing day, and particularly good to see Ted Turner and Laurie Wisefield on stage playing Wishbone Ash songs again. Listening to the CD recording is actually better than on the day because there was a gremlin in one of the speakers which r ... (read more)

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