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Live, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1) The Gallery (1:44)
2) Hanging In The Gallery (4:43)
3) The Hangman (1:31)
4) The Hangman And The Papist (4:04)
5) The Sad Little Girl (0:23)
6) Song Of A Sad Little Girl (4:48)
7) The Troubadour (1:50)
8) Ringing Down The Years (6:41)
9) The Shepherd (0:26)
10) The Shepherd's Song (3:45)
11) Saving Grace (1:30)
12) Grace Darling (5:32)
13) Ways And Means (4:26)
14) Action Station (0:45)
15) The Call To Action (5:16)
16) Feeling Blue (0:45)
17) Blue Angel (10:36)
18) New Mexico (0:15)
19) Beside The Rio Grande (4:34)
20) Farewell (0:21)
21) We'll Meet Again Sometime (4:34)

Total Time 58:05

Line-up / Musicians

- Dave Cousins / acoustic guitars, vocals

Releases information

2015 Witchwood Media CD

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4 stars This solo live offering from Dave Cousins reproduces many of the Strawbs most popular songs, recorded previously by The Strawbs Acoustic trio or by the full electric band. What makes this concert different is that Cousins is totally alone on stage with just his acoustic guitar and weather worn v ... (read more)

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