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Maunaloa / What Do I Have - Spirit (8) - The Mercury Years (CD)

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Label: Mercury - 534 602-2 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Mercury Years on Discogs.4/5(1).
  2. Jan 01,  · To be sure, there are certainly some good songs on this set. But there's an awful lot of really weak filler too. The collection would have been much better as a single disc collection representing the best of their time at Mercury. Nothing here stands up to the work on Spirit's first four albums. For completists only/5(5).
  3. The double-disc set The Mercury Years is a comprehensive overview of Spirit's late-'70s recordings for Mercury Records, containing nearly all of their album Spirit of '76, plus highlights from Farther Along (), Son of Spirit () and Future Games (). Though this music isn't among the band's best, it's occasionally intriguing, and for dedicated fans of Spirit's '60s albums, this 6/
  4. That would explain the inclusion of "Green Back Dollar" which has nothing to do with the Mercury releases and sounds as if it would be better on "Cosmic Smile". Overall, this set is an almost complete document of what Spirit was up too in the 70's with great songs with a few outstanding tracks/5(5).
  5. 8. Urantia () 9. Mauna Loa/What Do I Have () Feeling In Time () Happy () Walking The Dog () The "Mercury years" of Spirit were not their early, formative years which were spent with CBS/Columbia. By , the band had effectively ceased to exist. the tracks from the original double LP set occupying an /5(1).
  6. Listen free to Spirit – The Mercury Years (Jack Bond, America the Beautiful/The Times They Are a Changing and more). 47 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at
  7. These motors do not have any consistent year-to-serial scheme. Mercury ceased publishing this information after the model year. There is no way to find the model year of motors with significantly higher serial numbers than listed in these guides. There is NO serial-to-year cross-reference chart for and later motors.
  8. This double-record set was the first of four albums by Spirit for the Mercury label in the mid-'70s, all released between This is the second album Ed Cassidy and Randy California put together after Cassidy recorded the Feedback disc in for Epic.

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