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Tell Me Why - Steeleye Span - Sails Of Silver (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Tell Me Why - Steeleye Span - Sails Of Silver (CD, Album)

  1. Gujas
    Steeleye Span are an English folk rock band formed in Still active today, they are, along with Fairport Convention, amongst the best known acts of the British folk revival, and were among the most commercially successful, thanks to their hit singles "Gaudete" and "All Around My Hat".They had four Top 40 albums and achieved a certified gold record with sales of "All Around My Hat".
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  2. Nisida
    Tell Me Why Lyrics: Traditional / What is deeper than the sea? / What is higher than a tree? / And what is louder than a horn? / What is sharper than a thorn? / What is lighter than the light?
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  3. Tygojora
    Sails of Silver is an album by British folk rock band Steeleye Span. The album was produced two years after the band's ostensible break-up. At the request of Chrysalis Records Peter Knight and Bob Johnson both returned, replacing their own replacements Martin Carthy and John Kirkpatrick, who departed after the release of Live at Last. Despite being produced by Elton John's producer Gus Dudgeon, Sails of Silver was a commercial .
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  4. Saktilar
    Oct 11,  · Parcel of Rogues is an album by the Electric folk band Steeleye Span their 5th studio album 1."One Misty Moisty Morning" (Traditional) -- 2."Aliso.
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  5. Gagis
    Sails Of Silver Composed By – Steeleye Span: A2: My Love Arranged By – Steeleye Span Written-By – Trad.* A3: Barnet Fair Composed By – Steeleye Span: A4: Senior Service Composed By – Steeleye Span: A5: Gone To America Composed By – Steeleye Span: B1: Where Are They Now Composed By – Steeleye Span: 4.
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  6. Fenrizragore
    Sails of Silver, an Album by Steeleye Span. Released in on Park (catalog no. PRKCD 40; CD). Genres: British Folk Rock, Pop Rock, Folk Rock.
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  7. Voodoogrel
    At the urging of producer Gus Dudgeon, Steeleye Span wrote all of the songs on this album, the first release that didn't include several if not solely traditional numbers. After a decade of reconstructing English and Irish folk songs, something must have taken hold of this band; several selections -- including "Sails of Silver," "Barnet Fair," "Let Her Go Down," and "Longbone" -- definitely possess a traditional 6/
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  8. Mokasa
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sails Of Silver on Discogs/5(11).
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