|Time Circle, 1968–1972|
|Greatest hits album by|
|Released||Jul 23, 1991|
|Producer|| Lou Adler |
(disc 1; disc 2, tracks 1–8)
(disc 2, tracks 9–10, 20)
(disc 2, tracks 11–19)
Time Circle is a compilation album by Spirit, issued in 1991.
This set draws heavily from the four albums released by the original line-up on Ode Records and Epic Records. It also includes some outtakes and versions of songs from then unreleased soundtrack work (Model Shop ). At the time that this set was released, Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus was the only studio album by the original group still in print.
Several of the outtakes were later included on the 1996 reissues of the first four albums. The remixes of the tracks on The Family That Plays Together (necessitated because the master mix was lost shortly after the album's release) are different from the 1996 re-release.
|5.||"Girl In Your Eye"|
|9.||"The Great Canyon Fire In General"|
|10.||"I Got a Line on You"|
|11.||"It Shall Be"|
|15.||"All The Same"|
|16.||"Dream Within A Dream"|
|17.||"Aren't You Glad"|
|19.||"Model Shop Theme (The Moving Van)"|
|2.||"Now Or Anywhere"|
|3.||"Dark Eyed Woman"|
|4.||"So Little Time To Fly"|
|8.||"New Dope In Town"|
|10.||"Sweet Stella Baby"|
|11.||"Prelude - Nothin' To Hide"|
|14.||"Love Has Found A Way"|
|15.||"Why Can't I Be Free"|
|17.||"When I Touch You"|
|19.||"Morning Will Come"|
|20.||"Turn To The Right"|
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