the first time that this album has been released on a single CD in it's original
form, though it has long been available on To
Whom It May Concern.
As well as being an excellent and well produced
album, Zero is creditied (blamed?) for the introduction of 'Historical Folk Rock'
as a genre, with the arrival of "Manuscript".
Three Bonus Tracks
include "Stormy Night", which can also be heard on 13
Previously Unreleased Songs, and Al's version of the traditional Folk Song
"Lyke Wake Dirge", recorded by Al and Mimi Farina. Plus a version of
News From Spain, which features on Orange.
|1||My Enemies have Sweet Voices || |
|2||A Small Fruit Song || |
Again || |
|4||Burbling || |
|5||Electric Los Angeles Sunset || |
|6||Manuscript || |
Hill || |
|8||Anna || |
|9||Room of Roots || |
She Flies|| |
| ||CD BONUS TRACKS:|| |
| ||BONUS TRACKS:||Also found on:|
|11||Stormy Night||Not on any other album|
|12||News From Spain||Previously unreleased
|13||Lyke Wake Dirge||Original