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A Show of Hands - Debut Finale album download

A Show of Hands - Debut Finale album download

A Show of Hands
Debut Finale
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Show of Hands is the debut album by English folk duo Show of Hands. The duo formed when Phil Beer took a break from folk rock band The Albion Band, requesting to Steve Knightley that they record a cassette together in Knightley's garage. Knightley, who had recently returned to the duo's native Devon after departing London, agreed, and the duo recorded the album together in January 1987 in Catsley Home, described by Knightley as an outbuilding in the remotest part of Dorset.

Show of Hands is the debut album by Show of Hands, released in 1987 on cassette only. It was recorded and released to coincide with their first tour. Upon its release in early 1987, it quickly went out of print. Though never returning to print, tracks from the album later made Backlog 1987-1991, a 1995 album containing tracks from the bands early material. The album is sometimes poppier than their later work, such as on "See My Baby"

In 1971, Jerry McCann moved to San Francisco, where he released an album on Elektra with a group of musicians with whom he had done a couple of gigs in the mid 60s. When the group was signed to Elektra, they were called Anthrax. After arguing, the Elektra staff proposed to call the band "Show of Hands" (which Jerry used during his argument) and call the album "Formerly Anthrax".

Finale is the second live double album (and eighth overall release) by singer/songwriter duo Loggins and Messina, released in early 1977. The duo had parted by the time this album was released, and it was considered by some purely as a profit-taking move intended to see what money could be made before the pair faded from the public mind and in that light it can be considered a Columbia 'corporate' release, rather than one intended by artists Kenny Loggins or Jim Messina. This was also the last album of Kenny Loggins before he went on a solo career in 1977. Series finale, the last episode of a television show. Finale (novel), a 2012 novel by Becca Fitzpatrick.