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Skin Alley Original recording remastered, Import


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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, Import, July 3, 2006
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Skin Alley's 1969 self-titled debut release is an overlooked classic in the jazz-rock/folk/fusion world. With a brilliant combination of keyboard arrangements, a well-timed rhythm section, flawlessly positioned guitar, vocals that grab your attention and a touch of the divine with the flute, Skin Alley defined the term progressive. Available for the first time as a single CD, Skin Alley has been remastered from the original studio tapes and contains two previously unreleased bonus tracks.

1. Living In Sin 4:36
2. Tell Me 4:38
3. Mother, Please Help Your Child 4:07
4. Marsha 7:15
5. Country Air 2:14
6. All Alone 8:10
7. Night Time 5:32
8. Take Heed (Concerto Grosso) 0:26
9. Highway 4:12
10. Tell Me (bonus track - single version) 3:56
11. Better Be Blind (bonus track) 3:00

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