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REQ: One Thousand Violins - Hey Man That's Beautiful [flac]

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REQ: One Thousand Violins - Hey Man That's Beautiful [flac]

Postby alexx » Sat Mar 30, 2019 10:42 am

Hi all!

I was entranced recently when I heard the lovely "If Only Words" by One Thousand Violins. Their '88 album Hey Man That's Beautiful was only released on CD in a few places and has never been reissued. The Cherry Red anthology Halcyon Days covers their early years, but doesn't include anything from this final album.

Does anybody happen to have a copy of Hey Man That's Beautiful? I'd *love* to hear a proper lossless rip and not just YouTube versions.
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