Parting Shot

    Song of the Nightingale

    Issue 138

    "Before the morning comes, will I hear your song?" Roxy Music, "Nightingale."

    6 comments on “Song of the Nightingale”

        1. "The title of this album was inspired by a recording made in Surrey, England during the Second World War, by an ornithologist intending to record nightingales. The bombers flew over at the same time and were recorded by accident. The recording has been incorporated in 'As Above, So Below'". - Manfred Mann 1975
          Hear now ~
          and the rest they say is history ~

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