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DVD/Video, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ghosts
2. MacLean Street
3. Who Knows Where The Time Goes
4. Flying
5. The Hangman And The Papist
6. Autumn
7. Heroine's Theme
8. Deep Summer's Sleep
9. The Winter Long
10. Remembering
11. You And I (When We Were Young)
12. Out In The Cold
13. Round And Round
14. Hero And Heroine
15. Simple Visions
Bonus Feature:
16. We'll Meet Again Sometime

Total Time: Approx. 84 minutes

Line-up / Musicians

- David Cousin / vocals, guitar, banjo
- Dave Lambert / vocals, guitar, EBow, bodhran
- Brian Willoughby / guitar, EBow

Releases information

DVD Witchwood Media WMDVD2022 (2004)

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4 stars Dave Cousins was nearly 60 when this gig was filmed, and Lambert and Willoughby were not so far behind, yet all the three were so vital. Just listen and Look at Cousin's performance of "Simple Visions", so lively, so cheerful - no surprise that the audience were so excited. The three veterans ... (read more)

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