Band: Ashbury Album: Endless Skies Track Number: 09 Year: 1983 Genre: Rock Country: USA. Download. 17. ashbury endless skies. Published: 4 years ago. Duration: 12:04. By. 1, take your love away 2, madman 3, no mourning l. shbury, endless skies. 18. Ashbury - Twilight/Vengeance (1983 - USA) The title track of the new ASHBURY album "Eye Of The Stygian Witches" out on September 22nd on High Roller Records. 20. Ashbury - Endless Skies álbum download. Published: 3 months ago. Duration: 7:51.
He walked a road that grew so long And as he walked he sang a song A song that made him stop and quietly wonder He thinks of times long since gone by Of all the things that made him cry Of all the things that made him long to wander. The day grew dim and quickly failed Reflecting shades of yellow pale A time that made him stop and quietly wonder Valleys stained with wars gone still The rich man lives upon his hill Troubled times that made him long to wander. Endless skies won't you wash away forever All the pain that lies together in us all Endless skies always there but never watching Just reflections off the water to my eyes. Endless skies when will you let me down easy Never knowing what is right and what's wrong Never realized the answers you've given Have been waiting for us all along.
Ashbury are essentially a duo although the band has had more members from time to time. The band was formed in 1980 in Tucson, Arizona, by Randy and Rob Davis. Together with drummer Dave Carpenter, guitarist Lee Smith, and bassist Noal Morris, they released the album "Endless Skies" in 1983. The band's sound is like a mix of Wishbone Ash and 70's southern rock, with some slight touches of epic metal.
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Album: Endless Skies, 2007. Ashbury are essentially a duo although the band has had more members from time to time.
It’s such a bittersweet feeling when you discover an obscure album from a forgotten band. On the one hand, it’s sweet because there’s something out there that has been flying under the radar for a long time and you finally found it, which often creates an emotional bond. But it’s bitter because someone talented enough to create really good music didn’t manage to reach a wider audience due to a number of reasons. Ashbury’s debut is exactly that case of an album where it should have been much more popular because its musical content is too good to go unnoticed.