Tears and Pavan

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Tears and Pavan
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ReleasedSeptember 9, 2002 (2002-09-09)
Recorded1968 (1968) – 1975 (1975)
Genre Folk rock, Progressive rock
Label Universal
Strawbs chronology
The Collection
(2002)
Tears and Pavan
(2002)
Blue Angel
(2003)

Tears and Pavan: An Introduction to Strawbs is a compilation album by English band Strawbs.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks written by Dave Cousins except where noted.

  1. "New World"
  2. "I Turned My Face into the Wind"
  3. "Oh How She Changed" (Cousins, Tony Hooper)
  4. "Witchwood"
  5. "Where is This Dream of Your Youth"
  6. "Grace Darling"
  7. "Queen of Dreams"
  8. "Tears and Pavan"
    "Tears"
    "Pavan" (Cousins, Richard Hudson, John Ford)
  9. "Round and Round"
  10. "So Shall Our Love Die"
  11. "Lay Down"
  12. "Down by the Sea"
  13. "Ghosts"
    "Sweet Dreams"
    "Night Light"
    "Guardian Angel"
    "Night Light"
  14. "Hero and Heroine"

Personnel

Release history

RegionDateLabelFormatCatalog
United Kingdom September 9, 2002Universal CD 4933692

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