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Download Christopher Jones - No More Range To Roam Flac Performer: Christopher Jones
Title: No More Range To Roam
Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock
Label: Transatlantic Records
# Cat: TS-38005
Released: 1978
Country: Spain
FLAC album: 2255 mb
MP3 album: 1032 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Rock / World, Folk


2Steelhead Blues3:27
4Road To Spain3:10
5Whatever You Do4:05
6Dust To Dust3:58
7Morning Glory3:40
8No More Range To Roam3:40
9Baby Don't Go4:30
10Hard To Imagine3:38


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LTRA 503Christopher Jones No More Range To Roam ‎(LP, Album)Transatlantic RecordsLTRA 503UK1978


  • Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Cello, Vocals, Written-ByChristopher Mark Jones
  • BassMick Linnard
  • DrumsPick Withers
  • Electric GuitarG.T. Moore
  • Harmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Viola, Harmonica, HarmoniumJeffrey Jones


Includes A 20 Pages Booklet
Distribuído por Zafiro S.A.


  • Depósito Legal: M. 27.057-1978
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped on vinyl Side A): TS-38005 A◇
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped on vinyl Side B): TS-38005 B◇
  • Rights Society: SGAE


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