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Wishbone Ash – Argus

Wishbone Ash – Argus

CD Posted on December 27, 2012 at 5 h 42 min
This LP only reached #169 on the charts but is now renowned as a prog-rock classic. This 30th-anniversary reissue is remixed, remastered and expanded with the debut release of the entire promotional EP Live in Memphis , recorded during the Argus tour!

CD : Argus

Artist : Wishbone Ash

Genre : Progressive rock, Hard rock

Time : 1:17:02
Issue : 31/12/1971
Producer :
Label : Mca
UPC : 0008811281625
ASIN : B000062X90
Wishbone Ash - Argus
Track List :
  1. Time Was - 9:42
  2. Sometime World - 6:52
  3. Blowin' Free - 5:19
  4. The King Will Come - 7:05
  5. Leaf & Stream - 4:06
     
  1. Warrior - 5:51
  2. Throw Down The Sword - 5:55
  3. Jail Bait (Bonus Track-Live From Memphis EP) - 4:57
  4. The Pilgrim (Bonus Track-Live From Memphis EP) - 10:10
  5. Phoenix (Bonus Track-Live From Memphis EP) - 17:05
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This album has some of the finest guitar-based rock music ever recorded. The solo work on 'Sometime World' is breathtaking, it still sends a shiver down my back and I've been listening to this album since it was first released in 1972. Other notable highlights are 'The King Will Come' and 'Warrior' which both feature totally original, inventive and exciting playing. The only disappointment is the 'bonus' track ('No easy road') which, as is so often the case, does not fit in with the overall feel of the 7 tracks from the original vinyl. I was fortunate to see Wishbone Ash in 1972 when they were touring UK universities (I had lunch with them, nice lads!) and the concert they played, featuring numbers from their first three albums, remains the most memorable I've ever been to. Even the 'warm-up' session they did after lunch, where they jammed in front of a couple of dozen curious onlookers, was fantastic.
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