Outward Bound

Album: New England (1976)
  • According to the official biography, Blowin' Free, the uptempo instrumental "Outward Bound" was the record company's choice of single. Backed by "Lorelei", and released on the Atlantic label, it suffered the same dismal fate as all Ash singles. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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