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Timothy Grub - Vashti Bunyan - Just Another Diamond Day (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Timothy Grub - Vashti Bunyan - Just Another Diamond Day (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Zulrajas says:
    Just Another Diamond Day, an Album by Vashti Bunyan. Released 1 December on Spinney (catalog no. SPINNEYCD; CD). Genres: Chamber Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Contemporary Folk.
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  3. Jukus says:
    Diamond Day, the album from which this song comes, is about the entire trip, and it is this amazingly beautiful mix of allegory, yearning for a better and more beautiful life, and literal truth about their experiences (albeit the dreamy and beautiful ones, not so much the cold weather, lack of money, tensions among their small group, etc.).
  4. Zolokasa says:
    Vashti Bunyan Just Another Diamond Day US vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. Diamond Day 2. Glow Worms 3. Lilly Pond 4. Timothy Grub 5. Where I Like To Stand 6. Swallow Song 7. Window Over The Bay 8. Rose Hip November 9. Come Wind Come Rain Hebridean Sun Rainbow River Trawlerman's Song Jog Along Bess
  5. Faegal says:
    Just Another Diamond Day Vashti Bunyan. Timothy Grub Lyrics. 5. Where Album Credits. Cover Art Edition By John James. Executive Produced By Joe Boyd.
  6. Tezragore says:
    Vashti Bunyan is a folk chanteuse and singer/songwriter, best known for her album Just Another Diamond Day, which was rediscovered in the 21st century and dusted off with a new CD issue as one of the great musical finds of its era. Born in London in -- and counting herself a direct descendant of writer/preacher John Bunyan () -- she first took up the guitar while a student.
  7. Mautaxe says:
    Just Another Diamond Day is the debut album by the English folk singer-songwriter Vashti Bunyan, and was released on Philips Records in December Much of the album is a musical reflection on Bunyan and travelling partner Robert Lewis's experiences while travelling by horse and wagon through Scotland in

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