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Eric Andersen - Ghosts Upon The Road flac album

Eric Andersen  - Ghosts Upon The Road flac album Performer: Eric Andersen
Title: Ghosts Upon The Road
Style: Folk Rock
Released: 1988
MP3 album: 1615 mb
FLAC album: 1776 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Genre: Rock / Folk / World music

Ghosts Upon the Road. Composer, Drums (Snare), Guitar (Acoustic), Lyricist, Percussion, Primary Artist, Producer, Tambourine, Vocals (Background).

If Starts With A Lie (4:06) 04. Trouble In Paris (5:28) 05. Listen To The Rain (4:18) 06. Ghosts Upon The Road (10:43) 07. Too Many Times (I Will Try) (4:15) 08. Carry Me Away (4:56) 09.

Eric Andersen Ghosts Upon The Road CD perfect played once Dylan Phil Ochs peer Condition: Like New. Time left: 2d 1h 22m 56s. Ships to: Worldwide. The best album by Eric Andersen is Blue River which is ranked number 35608 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 16. Eric Andersen album bestography. Higher ranked (35,608th) This album (41,708th) Lower ranked (50,771st) Blue RiverGhosts Upon The Road'Bout Changes & Things. Members who like this album also like: Whenever We Wanted by John Mellencamp, Guitar Town by Steve Earle and Native Sons by The Long Ryders. Listen to Ghosts Upon The Road on YouTube. Ghosts Upon The Road track list

Ghosts Upon The Road (Gold Castle, 1988). Stages: The Lost Album (Columbia, 1991). Rick Danko, Jonas Fjeld & Eric Andersen (Mercury, 1991). Ridin' on the Blinds - Rick Danko, Jonas Fjeld & Eric Andersen (Grappa, 1994). Kerouac: Kicks Joy Darkness - Various Artists (1997). Memory Of The Future (Normal, 1998).

In 1990, the tapes were found, and Stages-The Lost Album was released in April 1991. Andersen recorded three new songs in 1990- Make It Last, Lie with Me, Soul of My Song -to append to the record to prove he still had the goods (1988’s excellent Ghosts Upon the Road had also proved his vitality). Here, Baby, I’m Lonesome, Can’t Get You Out of My Life, Woman, She Was Gentle," and Time Run Like a Freight Train were everything people imagined. Guest musicians such as Leon Russell, Rick Danko, Garth Hudson, and Joan Baez fleshed out the material