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Sparks of Ancient Light
Sparks of Ancient Light

The 1990s List!

(The Unofficial releases)

1990

Not Currently Available

Dark Side

1990

Not Currently Available

Live in New York City

1991

Not Currently Available

Solo in Poole

1992

Not Currently Available

Rhymes in Rooms - Tour

1992

Not Currently Available

WBOS Boston, UnPlugged

1994

Not Currently Available

Coldest Winter

1996

Not Currently Available

Oceans of Delphi

1996

Not Currently Available

Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time

1996

Not Currently Available

The Dutch Tour

1996

Not Currently Available

Live Around the World

1998

Not Currently Available

Café Society

1998

Not Currently Available

Live in Croydon

1998

Not Currently Available

Live on Tour - England

1999

Not Currently Available

The Best of the Unreleased Tracks

1999

Not Currently Available

Europe - Waving Goodbye to the 20th Century

1999

Not Currently Available

Sheffield - Leaving the 20th Century

Please read the note about copyright

Dates are recording, when known; else first release.

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Please note that availablility and track listings will vary from country to country from time to time; Covers change too, and one cover may be used for very different collections!

The picture shown on the right covered 17 tracks in the UK, just 11 in the US version

Best of Al Stewart
On the BorderThese are both
'On the Border'
On the Border

A Note About Copyright

The 'unofficial' discs above were made and sold by Neville Judd for 'Jackdaw' the UK fan club; they are usually issued on blank CDs, with only a paper list of tracks, in a clear envelope. But that is Neville's right; he has an arrangement to reproduce and sell the discs.

If you purchase a disc, you do not have the right to copy it and sell the copies. You can, of course, sell your legally acquired disc.

I hope that all makes sense - because it is important!

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