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Spirit Of The West - Tell Me What I Think (CD)

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  1. Tell Me What I Think This song is by Spirit of the West and appears on the album Two Headed (). Tell me what I think You drive, I'll drink, you drive me.
  2. Apr 15,  · In , the trio releases its first album, Spirit of the West – which they take on as the band's new name. avant-garde, single-shot video for Tell Me What I Think, directed by Morris Panych.
  3. The album was shopped around and eventually sold to Mercury, which released it in March in the U.K. under the title The Thirteenth Dream. It appeared that summer in the U.S. renamed Spirit of '84, and the band played a few dates on the West Coast to promote it, but their various commitments made the reunion short-lived.
  4. Spirit Of The West () Aberdeen, To A Highlander Unknown, The Lass From Gallowa, The Only Child, John Goodman, The Walker Spread, Rocks At Thieves' Bay, Doin' Quite Alright, Be Right, Down On The Dole, Without A Trace Tripping Up The Stairs () An Honest Gamble, Our Station, Peacetime, Room Without A View, The Crawl, Homelands, The Mists Of Crofton, Till The Cows Come Home, .
  5. Dec 22,  · Official music video for "5 Free Minutes" by Spirit Of The West. Available on the album "Hit Parade": Spirit Of The West "Tell Me What I Think" - Official Music Video - Duration:
  6. Find Spirit of the West discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Spirit of the West discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings.
  7. Canadian band that began as the Folk trio Eavesdropper in North Vancouver in , becoming Spirit of the West in They performed their final show April 17, , due to the failing health of founding member John Mann, reuniting on November 19, with an all-star lineup in tribute to Mann at 'Spirit of Canada', a benefit concert for Alzheimer's awareness.
  8. Jul 28,  · An ardent lover of Kanye West’s debut album, The College Dropout, Wave channeled the spirit of Ye to whip up his version of “Through the Wire,” a song detailing his near-demise.

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