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Gordon McIntyre , Kate Delaney - Pleasures To Find mp3 track

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Performer: Gordon McIntyre
Title: Pleasures To Find
Released: 1985
Category: World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.2 ✦


A1 Ae Fond Kiss 3:56
A2 The Shuttle Rins 1:55
A3 No Half Measures 4:22
A4 I'll Lay Ye Doon, Love 4:02
A5 Song For Ireland 4:29
B1 Men O' Worth 2:51
B2 Working Lives 3:02
B3 The Woods Of Gortnamona 3:32
B4 The Rambling Rover 2:17
B5 Leaving For Australia/Motherland 6:58

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  • Recorded At – The Wireless Set


  • Design [Cover Design], Photography By [Cover Photography] – Rosemary Embery
  • Engineer – Peter Walker
  • Producer – Chris Duffy


Recorded at The Wireless Set, December 1985
Lyric sheets included

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Delaney & Bonnie were the American musical duo of singer/songwriters Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett. In 1969 and 1970, they fronted a rock/soul ensemble, Delaney & Bonnie and Friends, whose members at different times included Duane Allman, Gregg Allman, George Harrison, Leon Russell, Bobby Whitlock, Dave Mason, Rita Coolidge, King Curtis, and Eric Clapton. Delaney Bramlett (July 1, 1939, Pontotoc County, Mississippi – December 27, 2008, Los Angeles) learned the guitar in his youth

Scientific American reported that the image on the cover of Unknown Pleasures was not the first time a pulsar had been graphed. That took place in 1967 in Cambridge, England. A Cornell astronomy professor he was friends with was the first to bring the album to his attention. I went to the record store and, son of a gun, there it was, Craft said. So I bought an album, and then there was a poster that I had of it, so I bought one of those, too, just for no particular reason, except that it’s my image, and I ought to have a copy of it. For further reading, Scientific American delves deep into the science of pulsars and the means by which the image was made.

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