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The Kindness of Strangers is the third studio album by American progressive rock band Spock's Beard. It has since been remastered and re-released by Radiant. The Kindness of Strangers. Spock's Beard. Released The Kindness of Strangers Tracklist. 1. The Good Don't Last Lyrics. 2. In the Mouth of Madness. The Kindness Of Strangers is a music studio album recording by SPOCK'S BEARD (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or.
Find a Spock's Beard - The Kindness Of Strangers first pressing or reissue. Complete your Spock's Beard collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. 8 Jan Find a Spock's Beard - The Kindness Of Strangers first pressing or reissue. Complete your Spock's Beard collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Kindness of Strangers - Spock's Beard on AllMusic - - 's The Kindness of.
Spock's Beard - THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS - mosaiqueromaine.com Music. Spock's Beard - The Kindness Of Strangers (Limited edition clear vinyl 2LP + CD set) - mosaiqueromaine.com Music. 7 Dec Just a year removed from their previous album, Spock's Beard launched right back into the studio to crack out their third full-length, The. 1 May Spock's Beard began in when brothers Neal (lead vocals) and Al Morse ( guitar) teamed up with drummer Nick D'Virgilio. Spock's Beard - The Kindness Of StrangersRelease Date: 01/01/
Listen free to Spock's Beard – The Kindness of Strangers (The Good Don't Last, In the Mouth of Madness and more). 7 tracks (). The Kindness of Strangers . MIDI files (zipped) courtesy of Peter Freund. Neal Morse: lead vocals, piano, all synths, acoustic and an occasional electric guitar. Alan Morse: main electric. The Good Don't Last Introduction The Good Don't Last The Radiant Is, Introduction, The Good Don't Last, The Radiant Is, In The Mouth Of Madness, Cakewalk. 15 Mar This release by modern prog giant Spock's Beard was the CD that proved to me my style of prog music was not dead! That you could mix.