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The Back 40 String Band - Out Standing in Their Field album mp3
The Back 40 String Band
Out Standing in Their Field
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2. Brink of the Edge. 3. Here and Now and Then. 4. Relentless Encroachment. 5. John Deere Letter. 6. More to the Point. 9. Flight of the Osprey. 10. Baroque 'n' Dreams. 11. Rising Power (Live). Other productions from Steve Morse Band. Out Standing in Their Field. Live In New York 1992 (CD + DVD).

Out Standing in Their Field. Case in point, the trio's 2009 offering, Out Standing in Their Field. Times and tastes may change in the rock world on a seemingly moment to moment basis, but you always know what's in store with a new Morse Band release - tunes that include unmistakable Zeppelin-esque grooves ("Name Dropping"), mellow detours ("Here and Now and Then"), and of course, chicken-pickin' country ditties ("John Deere Letter").

New Lost City Ramblers, Vo. 1963-1973: Outstanding In Their Field. Released by SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS RECORDINGS Aug 1993 27 Tracks.

The Incredible String Band is the debut album by the band of the same name, released in Britain in 1966 by record label Elektra. It is the only one of the band's albums to feature the original trio line-up with Clive Palmer, Robin Williamson and Mike Heron. The trio had been signed to Elektra Records by Joe Boyd, who had seen them play in Glasgow. They recorded the album at the Sound Techniques studio in Chelsea, London in one afternoon in May 1966, with Boyd as producer

Artist Album Title Song Title Record Label Year Released. THE Hard Rock and AOR Reference on the Internet! Bands: 8441 CDS: 19957 Songs: 236700. Compilations Soundtracks Tributes. The Steve Morse Band. The Steve Morse Band Homepage. EPs and CD-singles from The Steve Morse Band are also welcome to be added, as long as they are at least 4 songs in length.

Using both familiar carols and fun, new songs, Out Standing in Their Field tells the Christmas story with a ragtag group of shepherds and a colorful company of angels. This 20-minute musical is easily prepared and presented, and flows with clever dialogue while ending with a powerful message. Meet Clarence, the concerned angel, Gabriel, the "cool" trumpet-playing angel, Oscar, the grouchy shepherd, Missy, the exuberant, and more as they find their way to the manger.

For a musician as talented as guitar maestro Steve Morse, there are no boundaries between genres; there is only his unique sound. On November 17, the STEVE MORSE BAND will release a new studio album, "Out Standing In Their Field", via Eagle Rock Entertainment. This will also be released digitally on October 13. Morse, who got his start in the DIXIE DREGS in the 1970s, has enjoyed a fruitful career, earning himself a reputation as a "musician's musician.


1 I Wish You Knew 2:35
2 Rough and Rocky 3:00
3 Ocean of Diamonds 4:05
4 Amelia Earharts Last Flight 4:09
5 Shady Groove 1:30
6 Sweet September Morning 2:42
7 Blow up you T.V. 3:05
1 Good Ole You Know Who 2:22
2 At The End of a Long, Lonely Day 2:47
3 Riding the Waves 2:15
4 Songs of Gladness 2:51
5 I Wonder Hoe the Old Folks are at Home 2:57
6 Old Blue 3:28
7 Dancin' with the Angels 3:22


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