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This second Heron album originally released by Decca in 1972 was originally released as a double album at the price of one - hence the title'Twice as Nice'. Talking Elephant are proud to reissue what is essentially one of the best albums of the 70's. Remastered and in the popular digi format, this timeless classic will be enjoyed by all folk rock fans. This album shows a greater variety of musical styles than the band's 1970 debut album. Withl it's the acoustic folk-style, mixed with some more rocky tunes. Most of the album was recorded out in the open outside a Devon country cottage, which gives the album it's unique atmosphere.
This second Heron album originally released by Decca in 1972 was originally released as a double album at the price of one - hence the title'Twice as Nice'. Talking Elephant are proud to reissue what is essentially one of the best albums of the 70's. Remastered and in the popular digi format, this timeless classic will be enjoyed by all folk rock fans. This album shows a greater variety of musical styles than the band's 1970 debut album. Withl it's the acoustic folk-style, mixed with some more rocky tunes. Most of the album was recorded out in the open outside a Devon country cottage, which gives the album it's unique atmosphere.
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Twice As Nice (Uk)
Artist: Heron
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Madman
2. Take Me Back Home
3. Something Inside
4. Kiss Kiss
5. John Brown
6. Big a
7. Winter Harlequin
8. The Sound of Music
9. Your Love and Mine
10. You Really Got a Hold on Me
11. The Great Dust Storm
12. My Turn to Cry
13. This Old Heart of Mine
14. Minstrel and a King
15. Getting Em Down
16. I Wouldn't Mind
17. He's a Poor Boy
18. The Devil
19. Wanderer
20. Harlequin 5

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This second Heron album originally released by Decca in 1972 was originally released as a double album at the price of one - hence the title'Twice as Nice'. Talking Elephant are proud to reissue what is essentially one of the best albums of the 70's. Remastered and in the popular digi format, this timeless classic will be enjoyed by all folk rock fans. This album shows a greater variety of musical styles than the band's 1970 debut album. Withl it's the acoustic folk-style, mixed with some more rocky tunes. Most of the album was recorded out in the open outside a Devon country cottage, which gives the album it's unique atmosphere.
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