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Performer: Al Stewart
Title: Year Of The Cat
Country: US
Genre: Rock
Released: 1976
Catalog number: AL 9503
Label: Arista
MP3 album szie: 2027 mb
FLAC album size: 2091 mb

Tracklist

1If It Doesn't Come Naturally, Leave It4:28
2Year Of The Cat6:37
3Sand In Your Shoes3:02
4Midas Shadow3:08
5On The Border3:18
6One Stage Before4:38
7Broadway Hotel3:55
8Flying Sorcery4:19
9Lord Grenville4:59

Notes

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  • Matrix / Runout: Side 1: AL 9503 SA RE IB
  • Matrix / Runout: Side 2: AL 9503 SA RE IC
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Year of the Cat is the seventh studio album by Al Stewart, released in 1976. It was produced and engineered by Alan Parsons. The other single from the album was On the Border. Stewart wrote Lord Grenville about the Elizabethan sailor and explorer Sir Richard Grenville 15421591. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Al of the Cat - Al Stewart. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. You're listening to the official audio for Al Stewart - Year of the Cat from the album of the same name. Subscribe to the Rhino Of The Cat - Al Stewart. Listen free to Al Stewart Year Of The Cat Lord Grenville, On the Border and more. 9 tracks 38:28. Songs in album Al Stewart - Year of the Cat 1976. Al Stewart - Lord Grenville. Al Stewart - On The Border. Al Stewart - Midas Shadow. Al Stewart - Sand In Your Shoes. Al Stewart - If It Doesn't Come Naturally, Leave It. Al Stewart - Flying Sorcery. Al Stewart - Broadway Hotel. Успокаивает,,, back 777. On The Border, Year Of The Cat. Album 1976 9 Songs. Year of the Cat. Al Stewart. Pop . Released 1976. Year of the Cat Tracklist. Lord Grenville Lyrics. Year of the Cat Q&A. numbers in the list are wrong. it miss the number 2. So find it and upload it . He then perfected it all on 1976's Year of the Cat, arguably his masterpiece. There is no overarching theme here, as there was on its two immediate predecessors, but the impossible lushness of Alan Parsons' production and Stewart's evocative Continental narratives give the record a welcome feeling of cohesion that keeps the record enchanting as it moves from Lord Grenville to Midas Shadow to Broadway Hotel, before it ends with the haunting title track