White Bicycles: Making Music In The 1960s - CD
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1 Eric Clapton & The Powerhouse - Crossroads (London, U.K.) *
2 Incredible String Band - Way Back In The 1960s (Edinburgh, U.K.)
3 Johnny Handle - Because It Wouldn't Pay (Newcastle, U.K.) *
4 Dave Swarbrick, Martin Carthy & Diz Disley - Spanish Ladies Medley (U.K.) *
5 The Pink Floyd - Arnold Layne (London, U.K.) *
6 The Purple Gang - Granny Takes A Trip (Stockport, U.K.)
7 The Soft Machine - She's Gone (Canterbury, U.K.) *
8 Fairport Convention - If I Had A Ribbon Bow (London, U.K.)
9 Shirley Collins - Seven Yellow Gypsies (Hastings, U.K.) *
10 Incredible String Band - Chinese White (Edinburgh, U.K.) *
11 Fairport Convention - Autopsy (London, U.K.) *
12 Fairport Convention - The Deserter (London, U.K.) *
13 Nick Drake - Poor Boy (Cambridge, U.K.) *
14 Fotheringay - The Sea (London, U.K.) *
15 Mike Heron - Flowers Of The Forest (U.K.) *
16 Vashti Bunyan - Come Wind Come Rain (U.K.) *
17 John & Beverley Martin - Primrose Hill (London, U.K.) *
18 The New Nadir - I Don't Mind (U.K.) *
19 Dudu Pukwana & Spear - Church Mouse (South Africa) *
20 Chris McGregor's Brotherhood Of Breath - Andromeda (South Africa) *
21 Nico - Afraid (Cologne, Germany) *
22 Nick Drake - Way To Blue (Cambridge, U.K.) *
23 Geoff & Maria Muldaur - Brazil (U.S.A.) *
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