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Strawbs

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DVD/Video, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

DVD and CD

1. Cut Like A Diamond (3:46)
2. Something For Nothing (7:36)
3. Ringing Down The Years (7:00)
4. The Hangman And The Papist. (4:33)
5. Grace Darling (7:13)
6. The River/Down By The Sea (10:14)
7. Lay Down (5:00)
8. Part Of The Union (3:07)
9. Hero And Heroine (3:50)


Total Time 51:19

Line-up / Musicians


- Dave Cousins / lead vocal, acoustic guitar
- Tony Hopper / acoustic guitar, vocals
- Brian Wiloughby / lead guitar
- Richard Hudson / drums, vocals
- Rod Demick / bass guitar, vocals
- Chris Parren / keyboards

Releases information

Edsel. Demon Music Group Ltd. in 2015.

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3 stars Taken in 1990, this video of Access All Areas' Central TVs series televised concert of the Strawbs is a very good sounding and looking live outing of the Strawbs on both CD and DVD. I wish it had been from a happier and more productive era of the band, but as an historical document, it shows just ... (read more)

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