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  1. There is the inevitable box set titled “Distillation” () and also the unplugged album, “Bare Bones” (), which shows the softer side of the band. In , at the invitation of XM Satellite Radio in the USA, Wishbone Ash produced a fresh, live recorded performance of the “Argus” classic, in front of a small invited studio.
  2. Jun 06,  · Total Size: GB (DVD-A) + GB (Hi-Res) | 3% RAR Recovery. Label: Silverline | USA | Cat#: | Genre: Hard Rock. Bare Bones is a mellow, mostly acoustic collection of original and previously recorded Wishbone Ash songs.
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  5. WISHBONE ASH concert took place We are waiting for photos as usual British rock group was formed in It is a disputed matter to include it as a specific species. Some are willing to consider it progressive, others consider it the most sublime hard rock variety.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Hybrid release of Bare Bones on Discogs.4/5(3).
  7. "Bare Bones" is another Wishbone Ash's mini experiment. This time guys decided to record an album with songs that previously appeared on earlier albums in acoustic versions, plus they added some new songs in this form. I have to admit that the album with "old / new" songs sounds pretty good.
  8. Wishbone Ash's "Bare Bones" falls squarely in the second camp. Not merely content to regurgitate classic material, Andy Powell and his cohorts raid the band's considerable back catalog for the album's tracks. Latter-day Ash gems like "Wings Of Desire", "Strange Affair", and "Hard Times" are dispatched with a confident aplomb.
  9. Wishbone Ash. Wishbone Ash are a British rock band which achieved success in the early and mids. Their popular records included Wishbone Ash (), Argus (), There's the Rub (), and New England (). They were one of the first bands to use twin lead guitars. more».

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