A Choice Selection of Strawbs

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A Choice Selection of Strawbs
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Compilation album by
Released1992 (1992)
Recorded1970–1976
Genre Folk rock, progressive folk, progressive rock
Label A&M
Strawbs chronology
Ringing Down the Years
(1991)
A Choice Selection of Strawbs
(1992)
Greatest Hits Live
(1993)

A Choice Selection of Strawbs is a compilation album of songs by Strawbs.

Contents

Track listing

Source: StawbsWeb [1]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Lay Down" Dave Cousins  
2."Lemon Pie"Cousins 
3."Lady Fuschia" Richard Hudson, John Ford  
4."Autumn
Heroine's Theme
Deep Summer's Sleep
The Winter Long"

John Hawken
Cousins
Cousins
 
5."A Glimpse of Heaven"Cousins 
6."The Hangman and the Papist"Cousins 
7."New World"Cousins 
8."Round and Round"Cousins 
9."I Only Want My Love to Grow in You"Cousins, Chas Cronk  
10."Benedictus"Cousins 
11."Hero and Heroine"Cousins 
12."Song of a Sad Little Girl"Cousins 
13."Tears and Pavan
Tears
Pavan"

Cousins
Hudson, Ford, Cousins
 
14."To Be Free"Cousins 
15."Part of the Union"Hudson, Ford 
16."Down by the Sea"Cousins 

Personnel

Release history

RegionDateLabelFormatCatalog
1992 A&M CD CDMID 173
1992A&M cassette CDID 173

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References

  1. "Track Listing at StrawbsWeb" . Retrieved 7 March 2011.