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No Smoke Without Fire

No Smoke Without Fire
Studio album by Wishbone Ash
Released 1978
Genre Hard rock, progressive rock
Label MCA
Producer Derek Lawrence
Wishbone Ash chronology
Front Page News
(1977)
No Smoke Without Fire
(1978)
Live in Tokyo
(1979)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic [1]

No Smoke Without Fire is the ninth studio album by rock band Wishbone Ash. It is the first album since 1972's Argus to be produced by Derek Lawrence. It is also the heaviest Wishbone Ash album in years, featuring rockers like the hit single "You See Red" and the multi-part progressive rock epic "The Way of the World." Many fans considered this to be a true return to form after their flirting with an "American" sound on their previous trio of albums.

After a 1978 tour to support the album, Wishbone Ash would take a one-year hiatus during 1979 before regrouping for songwriting sessions at the end of the year.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • Side one 1.1
    • Side two 1.2
  • Personnel 2
  • References 3

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Laurie Wisefield except where noted.

Side one

  1. "You See Red" – 6:05
  2. "Baby the Angels Are Here" (Martin Turner) – 4:50
  3. "Ships in the Sky" – 3:00
  4. "Stand and Deliver" – 7:35

Side two

  1. "Anger in Harmony" (Andy Powell/Wisefield/Turner) – 5:06
  2. "Like a Child" (Turner) – 5:01
  3. "The Way of the World (Part 1)" – 4:01
  4. "The Way of the World (Part 2)" – 5:32

Personnel

References

  1. ^ No Smoke Without Fire at AllMusic


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