|Burning for You|
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Burning for You is the 10th studio album by English band Strawbs, with cover art by Patrick Woodroffe.
The producer of the album Jeffrey Lesser was, according to songwriter/singer Dave Cousins, "...a great engineer but didn't understand the dynamics of the band".The album was intended to be the final one by the band but Cousins was persuaded to carry on when he met with Clive Davis of Arista Records. The final track here "Goodbye" was meant to be his final word on his career leading the band.
The Japanese re-issue CD included the following track: –
Recorded and mixed at Relight Studios, Hilvarenbeek, The Netherlands
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