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Phoenix

by

Wishbone Ash



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This song is based on the legendary bird that rises from the ashes.
For many years, this was the climax of Wishbone Ash's live show. According to guitarist Ted Turner in the band's official biography Blowin' Free, "It was just an elongated, structured jam, but our masterpiece." (thanks, Alexander - London, England, for above 2)
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