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Lives On The Line - Woolly Wolstenholme - Mæstoso (CD, Album)

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  1. Nele
    08.08.2019
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    Wolstenholme Woolly & Maestoso - Caterwauling music CD album at CD Universe, album from Barclay James Harvest's keyboardist extraordinaire, Following the highly.
  2. Yorg
    07.08.2019
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    Woolly came out of retirement in and collaborated with John Lees on the album Nexus – Barclay James Harvest Through the Eyes of John Lees and the live set Revival before releasing a long overdue follow up to Mæstoso, entitled One Drop in a Dry World in May , and returning to live work in the UK with the Mæstoso band. A live CD.
  3. Daizil
    10.08.2019
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    An excellent album, great listen for those who remember Barclay James Harvest. I was very pleased to get hold of this album, after selling the vinyl copy many moons ago and begining to think it would never get released on CD, I love all the tracks but my favorites 5/5(2).
  4. Ararisar
    10.08.2019
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    Woolly came out of retirement in and collaborated with John on the album Nexus - Barclay James Harvest Through The Eyes Of John Lees and the live set, Revival, before releasing a long overdue follow up to Mætoso, entitled One Drop In A Dry World, in May , and returning to live work in the UK with the Mæstoso band. A live Mæstoso CD.
  5. Virisar
    08.08.2019
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    This 7-CD clamshell boxset consists of Stuart “Woolly” Wolstenholme’s career as a solo artist and with his band, Mæstoso. It contains five studio albums, one live album, and a bonus disc of unearthed material, outtakes, and demos.
  6. Megrel
    13.08.2019
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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Maestoso - Woolly Wolstenholme on AllMusic -
  7. Taur
    14.08.2019
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    Original album recorded January to April at Strawberry (North) Recording Studios, Stockport, England. Tracks 10 & 11 recorded live at The Arena, Vienna in February Personnel: Steve Broomhead: Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals Kim Turner: Drums, Percussion, Vocals Woolly Wolstenholme: Keyboards, Guitar, Bass, Vocals.
  8. Gakus
    06.08.2019
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    Biography. Wolstenholme was born in Chadderton, Lancashire on 15 April , and went to school at North Chadderton Secondary Modern hydnyvedifbote.premcamaldaburtatalwalahobackprin.infoinfo first instrument was a tenor banjo, which he took up at the age of 12, and he also played tenor horn for the Delph band. He met John Lees at Oldham School of Art and Woolly played tambourine and sang with John in the Sorcerers, then the Keepers, where.

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