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Keith Glass and Mick Hamilton - Clutching At Straws

Keith Glass and Mick Hamilton - Clutching At Straws
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Folky,country, mostly acoustic singer/songwriter material.


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Track Listing
1. The State of Love  3:32  
2. The Sword and the Cross  3:30 
3. God, Country and My Baby  2:39  
4. People Like That  3:40
5. Are We There Yet?  3:21
6. Living a Lie  3:26
7. I Only Miss Her (When I Think of Her)  3:46 
8. In Black  4:07
9. Gone But Not Forgotten  3:50   
10. Do What you Gotta Do  2:55 
11. Cold and Lonely Trail  2:41 
12. Look Away Now  4:30 
13. Takeaway Love  2:31
14. The Sword and the Cross (Live Acoustic version) 3:23
15. Clutching at Straws  1:26
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Keith and Mick's relationship goes back to their first day of high school in 1958. Since then they have collaborated on numerous award winning songs, and around nine or ten albums which have produced a healthy number of hits. This album is their first (and only, so far) as a duo, and contains some social commentary,a Port Fairy Folk Festival song contest winner( The Sword And The Cross) and some nonsense to boot.

 


 

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Folky,country, mostly acoustic singer/songwriter material.


  *****AUTOGRAPHED COPY*****     

 

Track Listing
1. The State of Love  3:32  
2. The Sword and the Cross  3:30 
3. God, Country and My Baby  2:39  
4. People Like That  3:40
5. Are We There Yet?  3:21
6. Living a Lie  3:26
7. I Only Miss Her (When I Think of Her)  3:46 
8. In Black  4:07
9. Gone But Not Forgotten  3:50   
10. Do What you Gotta Do  2:55 
11. Cold and Lonely Trail  2:41 
12. Look Away Now  4:30 
13. Takeaway Love  2:31
14. The Sword and the Cross (Live Acoustic version) 3:23
15. Clutching at Straws  1:26
Click on above buttons to hear samples of select tracks

 

 More info 

Keith and Mick's relationship goes back to their first day of high school in 1958. Since then they have collaborated on numerous award winning songs, and around nine or ten albums which have produced a healthy number of hits. This album is their first (and only, so far) as a duo, and contains some social commentary,a Port Fairy Folk Festival song contest winner( The Sword And The Cross) and some nonsense to boot.

 


 

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