Marc Benno & Leon Russell | Asylum Choir

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Asylum Choir

by Marc Benno & Leon Russell

This is the definitive recording for the psychedelic era of the 60's.
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. Sweet Home Chicago
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3:22 $1.49
2. Down On the Base
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2:18 $1.49
3. Hello Little Friend
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2:52 $1.49
4. Salty Candy
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2:27 $1.49
5. Tryin to Stay Live
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2:49 $1.49
6. Into to Rita
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2:07 $1.49
7. Straight Brother
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3:07 $1.49
8. Learn How to Boogie
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2:41 $1.49
9. Ballad for a Soldier
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4:25 $1.00
10. When You Wish Upon a Fag
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4:09 $1.49
11. Lady in Waiting
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3:40 $1.49
12. Welcome to Hollywood
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2:32 $1.00
13. Death of the Flowers
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3:17 $1.49
14. Icicle Star Tree
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3:06 $1.00
15. MR. Henri the Clown
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3:01 $1.49
16. Soul Food
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Asylum Choir duo captured the mood of the 60's with this recording. The musicianship, song writing, and collaboration of the real dynamic duo is beyond any recording past or present. Not only is the music terrific, but the listener is invited to not only listen, but seemingly to watch a motion picture created by sound effects, audio drama and theatrical production on this classic CD.


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