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DVD/Video, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Forge Of Sauron
2. Greenwood The Great
3. The Gap Is Too Wide
4. Never The Rainbow
5. Noise From My Head
6. Please
7. The Last Climb
8. Shindig
9. Spirits Of Autumn Past
10. Prints In Stone
11. Mother Nature
12. Something In Between
13. Goodbye Alone

Total time 90 min

14. Extra: Pure White Light

Line-up / Musicians

- Bryan Josh / electric guitar, vocals, 6-string, 12-string acoustic, gregorian vocals on 8
- Heather Findlay / vocals, bodhran, tamborine and bells
- Iain Jennings / keyboards, backing vocals, gregorian vocals on 8
- Liam Davison / electric slide guitar, vocals on 7 and 8, 6-string+12 string acoustic
- Andy Smith / bass
- Jonathan Blackmore / drums
- Angela Goldthorpe / flute, recorders, background vocals on 10

Releases information

This is the enthralling story of a year in the life of a great rock band.

DVD Classic Rock Productions CRL 1120 (PAL), CRL 11121 (NTSC) (2003)

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