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    Main » 2015 » April » 4 » Wishbone Ash ~ 1973 ~ Wishbone Four
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    Wishbone Ash ~ 1973 ~ Wishbone Four
    Wishbone Ash ~ 1973 ~ Wishbone Fourgenre: hard
    state: uk
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    time: 43:37 size: 236 mb

    wikipedia:
    Wishbone Four is the fourth studio album. It was a departure from their previous album, Argus, in that it lacked that recording's overall cohesion and atmosphere and the loose conceptual framework of a stately, pastoral and warring medieval England. Containing only hints of the extended twin-lead guitar harmonies, Wishbone Four's stylistic variety found its footing in acoustic folk elements in half of the eight-song set ("Ballad of the Beacon", "Everybody Needs a Friend", "Sorrel" and "Sing Out the Song"), two aggressive and melodic starters on each side of the vinyl release (Side 1: So Many Things to Say" and Side 2: "Doctor".
    Although the sombre, sensitive and rather more fragile acoustic songs contained the wistful intro elements that featured on the previous album, the lead guitars lacked the slow climb of the band's trademark duelling crescendos and energetic fretwork expected from the band at the time, tending to a more subtle and subdued interplay on the longer tracks. Wishbone Four was popular among fans upon its release as it implied musical growth and a willingness to experiment in the band's divergence of a successful formula (similar at the time to the effect of Led Zeppelin III's contrast to that band's previous efforts).

    01. So Many Things To Say 5:06
    02. Ballad Of The Beacon 5:05
    03. No Easy Road 3:49
    04. Everybody Needs A Friend 8:25
    05. Doctor 5:53
    06. Sorrel 5:04
    07. Sing Out The Song 4:25
    08. Rock 'N Roll Widow 5:51


    Ted Turner – lap-steel, 12 string, acoustic and electric guitars, vocals
    Andy Powell – acoustic and electric guitars, vocals
    Martin Turner – bass guitar, vocals
    Steve Upton – drums and percussion
    Additional personnel
    George Nash – keyboards on "Everybody Needs a Friend"
    Graham Maitland – piano on "No Easy Road"
    Phil Kenzie, Dave Coxhill and Bud Parks – horn section on "No Easy Road"

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