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Bangor Flying Circus - Bangor Flying Circus mp3

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Performer: Bangor Flying Circus
Title: Bangor Flying Circus
Country: Russia
Released: 2010
Style: Prog Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.4
Catalog #: DGCD105209
Label: Dogtoire

Tracklist

1Someday I'll Find
2A Change In Our Lives
3Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
4In The Woods
5Mama Don't You Know (That Your Daughter's Acting Mighty Strange)
6Concerto For Clouds
7Come On People
8Ode To Sadeness
9Violent Man


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DS 50069, DS-50069Bangor Flying Circus Bangor Flying Circus ‎(LP, Album)Dunhill, DunhillDS 50069, DS-50069Canada1969
2C062-90904Bangor Flying Circus Bangor Flying Circus ‎(LP, Album)Dunhill2C062-90904France1969
SSL 5022Bangor Flying Circus Bangor Flying Circus ‎(LP, Album)StatesideSSL 5022UK1969
SOSL-10078Bangor Flying Circus Bangor Flying Circus ‎(LP, Album)StatesideSOSL-10078Australia1969
DS 50069, DS-50069Bangor Flying Circus Bangor Flying Circus ‎(LP, Album)ABC/Dunhill Records, ABC/Dunhill RecordsDS 50069, DS-50069US1969


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Album

Bangor Flying Circus was an American progressive rock trio from Chicago, Illinois, formed in mid-1967 and breaking up in 1969. It is notable for being formed by members of the Shadows of Knight and H. Lovecraft and for being a predecessor band to Madura. Bangor Flying Circus consisted of David Hawk Wolinski bass, keyboards, vocals, Alan Addison Al DeCarlo guitar, vocals, and Tom Schiffour drums, who was replaced in late 1968 by former H. Lovecraft member Michael Tegza drums, percussion. Track List 1 Violent Man 2 Come On People 3 Ode To Sadness 4 Concerto For Clouds 5 A Change In Our Lives 6 Someday I'll Find 7 Mama Don't You Know 8 In in album Bangor Flying Circus - Bangor Flying Circus 1969. Bangor Flying Circus - Violent Men. Bangor Flying Circus - Come On People. Bangor Flying Circus - Ode To Sadness. Bangor Flying Circus - Concerto Four Clouds. Bangor Flying Circus - A Change In Our Lives. Bangor Flying Circus - Someday I'll Find. Bangor Flying Circus - Mama Don't You Know. Bangor Flying Circus - In The Woods. Bangor Flying Circus was a progressive rock trio from Chicago, USA, formed in mid-1967. It consisted of David Hawk Wolinski bass, keyboards, vocals, Alan De Carlo guitar, vocals, and Tom Schiffour drums, who was replaced in late 1968 by former H. Lovecraft member Michael TBangor Flying Circus was a progressive rock trio from Chicago, USA, formed in mid-1967. Lovecraft member Michael T read more. Lovecraft member Michael Te. Bangor Flying Circus. Violent Man, Bangor Flying Circus 1969 - Bangor Flying Circus - 03. Ode To Sadness, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Покупка Bangor Flying Circus - Bangor Flying Circus - Stateside - LP, Album - SSL 5022, включает Violent Man, Come On People, Ode To Sadness, Concerto For Clouds, A Change In Our Lives, Someday I'll Find, Mama Don't You Know That Your Daughter's Acting Mighty Strange, In The Woods, Norwegian Wood This Bird Has Flown. Bangor Flying Circus A Change In Our Lives - Bangor Flying Circus 1969. download 4:10. Bangor Flying Circus - Bangor Flying Circus 1969 02. Come On People. download 4:11. Bangor Flying Circus 1969 - Bangor Flying Circus 02. Bangor Flying Circus 1969. Album by Bangor Flying Circus. Norwegian Wood This Bird Has Flown. is a cover of. Norwegian Wood This Bird Has Flown by The Beatles 1965. Bangor Flying Circus Format: Audio CD. To tell you the truth, I find Bangor boring to tears. It's monotonous and the vocalist has this high pitched Felix Cavaliere sp voice that grates on my nerves. Sorry guys, I'll stick to the Byrds, the Airplane, Moby Grape etc. If anybody posts this album I'll see if they are interested in the approximated commercial soundtrack made whole. These guys were a defacto house band at the Cellar after The Shadows Of Knight and Saturday's Children. The Who and Cream also played there and these guys in the same league musically deserve a better CD


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