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Light Into Ashes

Artist Song
The chasers  hey little girl 
the big three  You've gotta keep her underhand 
the sea-ders  thanks a lot 
ronnie jones with the nightimers  i need your loving 
bob grimm  it never stays the same 
crystal chandelier  the setting of despair 
the wards of court  how could you say one thing 
al stewart  turn to earth 
eyes of blue  supermarket full of cans 
the frays  keep me covered 
paul and barry ryan  there you go 
loose ends  that's it 
john mayall  crawling up a hill 
the fairies  anytime at all 
jimmy winston and his reflections  it's not what you do 
garden odyssey enterprise  sad and lonely 
the habits  elbow baby 
jason crest  turquoise tandem 
peanut butter conspiracy  dark on you now 
cliff wade  look at me, i've fallen into a teapot 
the small faces  understanding 
zoot money  the uncle willie 
the moody blues  love and beauty 
loose ends  taxman 
the artwoods  what shall i do 
graham bond organisation  long tall shorty 
chris farlowe  air travel 
the hipster image  can't let her go 
amen corner  expressway to your heart 
the blues magoos  gotta get away 


A companion piece to my "Flashbacks" mix posted earlier. This one is filled with rarities, all but two are from Britain. enjoy


p the swede
Date: 8/8/2002
same as the last one
Date: 8/8/2002
damn...underline my statement on part one of this mix.
Date: 8/8/2002
Keep 'em coming Gerry. Great stuff.
Date: 8/8/2002
Very nice Gerry my boy! Not half as cool as all those Pet Shop Boy mixes posted today, but this will certainly do! ;)
Rob Conroy
Date: 8/8/2002
Another great one, my friend.
Date: 8/8/2002
great, once again. where, or where do you find the time to come up with these mixes?
Sean Lally
Date: 8/8/2002
So, I get the impression that you like British psyche! I really love what I've heard by Amen Corner - they almost seemed ahead of their time, or maybe they were just really British. Uh, they were British, weren't they? And you have my fave Blues Magoos tune! Love those "hey hey hey hey"s.
Date: 8/9/2002
hey gerald, this is mind-blowing stuff again from what i know from it. sounds so goooood! and me and my girlfriend were laughing to "giggles" last night. thanks again!
Scott K
Date: 8/9/2002
I've always wondered how different Al Stewarts early stuff was to "Year Of The Cat." It's appearance here tells me it must be pretty out there. Looks great.
Dr. Hoover
Date: 8/9/2002 be added to my wanting-list -
very great, Gerry!!
Date: 8/9/2002
some tremendous stuff here, as per usual.....although I haven't heard the majority of these track, which is also per usual with your mixes.