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9 thoughts on “ The False Young Man - Skylark (7) - Skylark (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Skylark formed in from one of Ronnie Hawkins's backup groups and signed with Capitol Records, releasing a self-titled album in which spawned three singles. The group, whose alumni include composer/arranger David Foster, disbanded after the lukewarm reception of their second album, 2; its members achieved mixed success in other projects.
  2. Bought the vinyl, with hindsight the cd would have been a better option as theres a bonus album Acoustic Daze with it. The music is fairly good, better than the last couple of releases anyway, say no more lol. Anyhoo, ended up buying the cd as well and the accompanying cd AD is very good, I prefer it to the studio album, which is kidwahotlicalbeunacithecentworfa.xyzinfos:
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