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Sandman {Quad LP}

Sandman {Quad LP}
United States
Quad LP
RCA
APD1-1031
1976
Quadrophonic release.

Downloads:

Sandman MP3 Download

Credits:

Artwork: Klaus Voormann
Cover Photo: Mal Evans

Tracks:

1-"I'll Take a Tango {Quadraphonic Mix}"
2-"Something True {Quadraphonic Mix}"
3-"Pretty Soon There'll Be Nothing Left for Everybody {Quadraphonic Mix}"
4-"The Ivy Covered Walls {Quadraphonic Mix}"
5-"(Thursday) Here's Why I Did Not Go To Work Today {Quadraphonic Mix}"
6-"The Flying Saucer Song {Quadraphonic Mix}"
7-"How To Write A Song {Quadraphonic Mix}"
8-"Jesus Christ You're Tall {Quadraphonic Mix}"
9-"Will She Miss Me {Quadraphonic Mix}"

Variations:

Sandman (Japanese CD Reissue)
Sandman (Quad LP)
Sandman (Stereophonic LP)

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Album Ratings/Reviews
Sandman
(3.0 / 4.0)
Ted Parkinson
(3.0 / 4.0)
Side one is great, side two is average - though average for Nilsson is great for others. His voice is coming back and is smooth as silk on some cuts. Tango is just way cool. He almost have me believing that _I_ didn't like rock and roll.

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