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High Land Hard Rain

High Land Hard Rain

Artist: Aztec Camera

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DISC: 1

1. Oblivious
2. The Boy Wonders
3. Walk Out to Winter
4. The Bugle Sounds Again
5. We Could Send Letters
6. Pillar to Post
7. Release
8. Lost Outside the Tunnel
9. Back On Board
10. Down the Dip

DISC: 2

1. Pillar to Post (Single Version)
2. Queen's Tattoos
3. Orchid Girl
4. Haywire
5. Walk Out to Winter (John Brand Version)
6. Walk Out to Winter (Tony Mansfield Version)
7. Oblivious (Colin Fairley Remix)
8. Oblivious (Langer/Winstanley Remix)
9. Oblivious (US Remix)
10. Back on Board (Live on CFNY)
11. Walk out to Winter (Kid Jensen Session)
12. Down The Dip (Kid Jensen Session)
13. Back On Board (Kid Jensen Session)
14. Release (Kid Jensen Session)

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: DOMINO
Rel. Date: 03/25/2014
UPC: 887830009225

More Info:

In his liner notes for this re-issue, David Fricke calls High Land, Hard Rain "ten songs of anxious yearning, romantic urgency, big hurt and hard-won learning, distilled into compact dramas of buckskin-folk jangle and skewed-pop elegance." We call it the one of the greatest debut albums in the history of rock 'n' roll. That it was written and conceived by mastermind Roddy Frame when he was NINETEEN YEARS OLD, well that just defies all logic and sense of fair play. Completely remastered from the analog tapes this deluxe 30th anniversary edition of High Land, Hard Rain will not disappoint.

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