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Released on 18 March 2002

Artist: Wishbone Ash

5.0 out of 5 (5 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. Time Was
  2. Sometime World
  3. Blowin' Free
  4. The King Will Come
  5. Leaf And Stream
  6. Warrior
  7. Throw Down The Sword
  8. Jail Bait
  9. The Pilgrim
  10. Phoenix

customer Reviews

 Average rating (5 reviews)

 throw down the sword

| | See all reddevil07's reviews (1)

quite simply one of the greatest classic/melodic rock albums of all time. multiple guitars and vocals, great lyrics and brilliant songwriting.

 One Of Classic Rocks Hidden Jems!

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After reading very good reviews for this album i had a look (well u cant go wrong when its 2.99), and i love it. The solos are amazing, there is not one song i dont like. Its sounds like a mix between pink floyd and led zeppelin. This is one of thise hidden jems, if you love classic rock, you'll be blown away, when they wanna rock they can rock and when they wanna play a bit softer they can do it with beauty. I'm defintly gonna get some more wishbone ash after listening to this. A MUST BUY!


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I bought this album when it was released in 1972 and as my musical taste changed,foolishly sold it.It is now back in my collection.A fabulous,well produced album,this group could play soft and hard rock.All the tracks are good,but for me,the standout song is Throw down the Sword.The guitar solo is superb.What a fine bunch of musicians.They are similar to Barclay James Harvest.I can recommend this album to young and old.


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One of the best rock album which is released in the 70s, the songs are like pearls on a string, if you have not, There's the rub, then buy it immediately, it is also a fantastic CD from Wishbone Ash, buy buy buy

 Jewel of a cd!

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I`ve heard wishbone ash many years ago, and "forgot" about them until a few weeks ago when i bought this cd. And i must say this is really a lost jewel found for me!
Absolutely a must own if you are in to this eras rock, the group got a destinct and "own" sound.

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