Don't Be a Stranger (Preston Reed album)

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Don't Be A Stranger
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Studio album by
Released1982
Recorded1982
Genre Folk, Country
Label FolkStudio Records
Preston Reed chronology
Pointing Up
(1982)
Don't Be A Stranger
(1982)
Playing By Ear
(1984)

Don't Be A Stranger was an album by Preston Reed, [1] his only release on FolkStudio Records and available in Italy only. It subsequently went out-of-print. [2]

Contents

Track listing

(All songs by Preston Reed)

  1. "Bye Bye Boo Boo"
  2. "Elephant Walk"
  3. "Kristy"
  4. "Du Vin Fou"
  5. "Last Scene in September"
  6. "False Spring"
  7. "Southern Exposure"
  8. "Don't Be A Stranger"
  9. "No More Spaghetti (Basta Pasta)"

Personnel

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References

  1. "Preston Reed - Don't Be a Stranger on Discogs".
  2. Preston Reed discography at his website. Archived January 8, 2008, at the Wayback Machine Accessed on December 24, 2007.