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wishbone ash live from 2006

DRS

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Wishbone Ash. One of those groups who should've been bigger. Great twin lead sound. But as with many bands, the songwriting was never as good.
 

jojogun1957

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Wishbone Ash. One of those groups who should've been bigger. Great twin lead sound. But as with many bands, the songwriting was never as good.
I hear what your saying,I think like many classic rock and prog bands they struggled to find a audience at the end of the seventies and strayed from what made them great.
I can find songs that I like on most albums and really like a lot of the late 80's stuff.
Here to Hear,Nouveau Calls and Strange Affair to name a few.
 

fataxeman

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Saw them for the 1st time maybe 10 years ago in a bar in Nashville. Can't remember which one. It was in December and bitterly cold in the area...probably in the single digits.

There were probably less then 100 patrons in attendance. Sad really. Andy Powell was the sole original member. He seemed to get a kick when I asked him to autograph Argus as I had brought the record album with me.

They put on a great show.
 

sinner

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Wishbone Ash, one of the maybe 10 bands I listened to growing up that formed the basis for my taste in music--for me, then, they are "huge". Their musicality, melody, phrasing, emotion, and tone made a huge impression on me and most of my friends who play music, too.
 






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