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Distillation (Wishbone Ash album)

Compilation album by Wishbone Ash
Released 1997
Genre Hard rock, rock
Label Repertoire Records
Wishbone Ash chronology

Live Timeline
Psychic Terrorism

Distillation is a 1997 compilation album released by Wishbone Ash. The album's fourth disc is composed solely of live recordings.[1]

Track listing

Disc one

  1. "Blind Eye"
  2. "Lady Whiskey
  3. "Phoenix"
  4. "Jail Bait"
  5. "The Pilgrim"
  6. "The King Will Come"
  7. "Leaf & Stream"
  8. "Warrior"
  9. "Throw Down The Sword"
  10. "No easy Road"
  11. "Ballad of the Beacon"
  12. "Sorrel"
  13. "Persephone

Disc two

  1. "Lady Jay"
  2. "F.U.B.B."
  3. "Say Goodbye"
  4. "(In all of my Dreams) You Rescue Me"
  5. "Prelude"
  6. "Candlelight"
  7. "Front Page News"
  8. "Goodbye Baby Hello Friend"
  9. "Surface To Air"
  10. "You See Red"
  11. "Ships In The Sky"
  12. "Living Proof, Lifeline"
  13. "Underground"
  14. "Genevieve"
  15. "Clousseau"

Disc three

  1. "Witness to Wonder"
  2. "Why Don't We"
  3. "Strange Affair"
  4. "Dream Train"
  5. "Standing In The Rain"
  6. "Alone"
  7. "Time And Space"
  8. "Come On"
  9. "Fast Johnny"
  10. "She's Still Alive"
  11. "T-Bone Shuffle"
  12. "Bolan's Monument"
  13. "Duffle Shuffle"
  14. "Mountainside"
  15. "Crack of Dawn"

Disc four

  1. "Outward Bound"
  2. "Rest In Peace"
  3. "Lorelei"
  4. "Come In From The Rain"
  5. "Bad Weather Blues"
  6. "Sometime World"
  7. "Errors of my Way"
  8. "Blowin' Free"
  9. "Insomnia"
  10. "Helpless"
  11. "The Way of The World"
  12. "Lookin' For A Reason


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