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Where The Wind Blows Free - The Bablers - Like The First Time (CD, Album)

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  1. Can Am Des Puig-Book Of Am Parts I~IV by G.O.D. RECORDS (Garden Of Dreams), released 03 July 1. AM 2. The Song Of AM 3. The Song OfThe Void 4. Come Unto Me 5. The Song-Ship's Journey West 6. Fire 7. The Cauuldron Of Regeneration 8. O Keeptress 9. Homage to Ra As The Wind Blows Hear The Voice Of The Bard I Am That Living Soul
  2. The Magician's Keep by Goatriders, released 27 January 1. Golem 2. Amitte Diem 3. Hound of the gods 4. Pitch black blues 5. Songs from Mars "Songs that had not been sung for generations echoed throughout the cosmos.".
  3. Mind Freeze by Haunt, released 05 January 1. Light The Beacon 2. Hearts On Fire 3. Mind Freeze 4. Divide And Conquer 5. Saviors Of Man 6. Fight Or Flight 7. Have No Fear 8. On The Stage 9. Voyager All songs written by Trevor William Church.
  4. Rides Again by Shawn Lee, released 08 November 1. Wichita 2. Wherever The Wind Blows 3. Crystal Springs 4. Losing My Mind 5. Brown Hair Woman 6. Farmer Brown 7. Mr. Maestro 8. Yesterday Tomorrow Today 9. Kansas City Summer Joyland “Rides Again” is Shawn Lee’s first vocal and songwriter album since “Harmonium”, released in Japan only in , and is a very personal journey.
  5. As the first compilation covering Eric Clapton's Reprise/Warner work since 's Complete Clapton, 's Forever Man is the third collection to focus specifically on these recordings from the '80s, '90s, and s, and it's by far the most extensive, weighing in at two CDs in its basic edition and three in its deluxe. The difference between the two is the addition of a disc of "Blues," a Price: $
  6. Where The Wind Blows Free: Credits The Bablers: Like The First Time ‎ (CD, Album, Promo) InsideOut: TOCP Japan: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to.
  7. The cover of the original London cast album of Whistle Down the Wind bears the names of its composer and lyricist in equal-size type above the title: Andrew Lloyd Webber and Jim Steinman. This marks the first time since Lloyd Webber's partnership with Tim Rice dissolved that a lyricist has been given equal billing on a musical with one of his.

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