Echo & The Bunnymen ‎– Silver (Tidal Wave) (12″)

From 1984 and the opening track off their “Ocean Rain” album. The 12 ”  version gets some more added orchestra, arranged by Adam Peters. Altogether a classic vocal performance from the Mac with deep lyrics…”living proof of my finger tips …” dare I use the word majestic and epic! “Angels And Devils” is a bit of a gentle stomper in the vein of Velvet Underground, it eventually appeared on CD reissues of the album.

Korova ‎– KOW 34 Tsilverfrontcov

A Silver (Tidal Wave)
B1 Silver
B2 Angels And Devils




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  1. Some real beauty to end a day of horror.

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