Master - The Spirit Of The West album flac
|You'll Be Blamed|
|The Serpents Tongue|
|Rights Of Life|
|Another Day In Phoenix|
|Whatever, Wherever, Forever|
|The Gold Mine|
|The Perfect Family|
|Pistols, Whiskey And Coyotes ( The Spirit Of Tthe West )|
|Ring Of Fire|
|IR-C-218||Master||The Spirit Of The West (CD)||System Shock||IR-C-218||US||2004|
|IR-C-218||Master||The Spirit Of The West (CD, Album, Promo)||System Shock||IR-C-218||US||2004|
|HRR 302 CD||Master||The Spirit Of The West (CD, Album, RE)||High Roller Records||HRR 302 CD||Germany||2013|
|HRR 302||Master||The Spirit Of The West (LP, Album, Ltd)||High Roller Records||HRR 302||Germany||2013|
|HRR 302||Master||The Spirit Of The West (LP, Album, Ltd, Red)||High Roller Records||HRR 302||Germany||2013|
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Опубликовано: 3 июн. 2009 г. "Spirit Of The West Lake" est extrait de l'album "Impressions of The . Impression Of The West Lake.
Band Name Master (USA). Album Name The Spirit of the West. 9. The Perfect Family. 10. Pistols, Whips and Coyotes. 12. The Ring of Fire. Other productions from Master (USA). Vindictive Miscreant.
Spirit of the West are a Canadian folk rock band from North Vancouver, active from 1983 to 2016. They were popular on the Canadian folk music scene in the 1980s before evolving a blend of hard rock, Britpop, and Celtic folk influences which made them one of Canada's most successful alternative rock acts in the 1990s.
Spirit of the West is a 1984 album by Spirit of the West. It was their first album, and was released independently. The album is no longer in print, although portions of it were rereleased on the 1989 compilation Old Material 1984-1986. Absolutely and thoroughly deleted, and therefore a priceless artifact.
Platinum sales for Spirit of the West album Save This House. Hit Parade (Spirit of the West album). Hit Parade is a 1999 album by Spirit of the West. The album is a compilation, and marked their final release for Warner Music Canada. Despite the album's title, not all of the songs on the album were released as singles, and some songs which were notable singles ("Tell Me What I Think", "Slow Learner") are not present. Weights and Measures is a 1997 album by Spirit of the West. It was their final album of new material for Warner Music Canada. It was the band's first album following the departure of Linda McRae, to whom the final song "The Hammer and the Bell" is dedicated.
BPM Profile Spirit of the West. Album starts at 110BPM, ends at BPM (-110), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Spirit of the West. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
Following this album, Spirit of the West were dropped from their record label This was a common occurrence in the late 1990s for bands and artists who had solid, loyal fan bases but did not enjoy multiplatinum sales. Like other such artists, Spirit of the West moved to an independent label for their subsequent albums Warner released a greatest hits compilation by the band, Hit Parade, in 1999, but the band did not release an album of new material until Star Trails in 2004. All songs written by John Mann and Geoffrey Kelly.
Hit Parade is a 1999 album by Spirit of the West. That song appears on the album alongside songs from 1990's Save This House, but was originally released on 1993's Faithlift
Save This House is a 1990 album by Spirit of the West. It was the band's first album for Warner Music Canada, and their first with Linda McRae. Although still a relatively traditional folk album, it's release on a major label meant that it was the band's first album to expand their fan base significantly beyond the folk music scene. The title track, an energetically percussive environmental anthem, was a notable hit for the band on campus radio. This is Spirit of the West at their absolute best. Their combination of excellent instumentation, tight harmonies, and cutting lyrics makes this an essential listen for those interested in celtic-flavoured pop/folk.