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Spirit — Clear
Album: Clear
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7.1

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Released: 1969
Length: 4:07
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Instrumental)
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 dburgher wrote:
Thought I was in the nursing home.
 
You might be hope the food's as good as the tunes.
Nice to hear Spirit again.  One of the more unheralded groups of the late 60's.
Thought I was in the nursing home.
I hear Paul Winter Consort.   
First time hearing this from Spirit.  Very nice {#Music} with headphones.
Spirit in the morning, bright positive day ahead  : )
GREAT!!
A sliver of this played during a public service announcement on the TV back in the '70s, and it burrowed into my memory where it stayed for decades, long after that spot stopped airing.  Never had heard it anywhere else.

Then, as it was my procedure as an overnight college DJ, I randomly picked tracks out of the record library to play at 3am... and there it was!
 
Interesting sound considdering its a tune composed in 1969  ! keep it rotating yay! 


OK gonna have to play the entire CLEAR now.....
Love Spirit...
Extremely underrated band.
Calm gentle calm
 dyharenas wrote:


Do you like everything slap bam? Slow down, drag on, just wait a little...it works once in a while. Instant anything is overrated.
 
I think the Ramones would disagree.

Excellent transition from "The Hazards of Love."
Some beautiful, haunting instrumentals on those early Spirit albums.
 kcar wrote:
Nice segue from The Decemberists's "Hazards of Love" album...
 
indeed. nicely re-done Bill.


Nice segue from The Decemberists's "Hazards of Love" album...
This is lovely, but it would be better if I was trying to relax or fall asleep, not keep my energy up at work!
9! {#Meditate}
 ercasul wrote:
Couldn't bands in the 60's find the "stop" button on the tape recorder?   Man, this track drags on and on.
 
Yeah, too bad all songs don't run three minutes on the tape recorder, huh!


 ercasul wrote:
Couldn't bands in the 60's find the "stop" button on the tape recorder?   Man, this track drags on and on.
 

Do you like everything slap bam? Slow down, drag on, just wait a little...it works once in a while. Instant anything is overrated.
great little tune
Couldn't bands in the 60's find the "stop" button on the tape recorder?   Man, this track drags on and on.
pannaramma wrote:
Nice.Is it old? Sounds like the soundtrack to something.


This one's about to start its fourth decade.  Released in 1969.

Sounds familiar, I think this was sampled by either RJD2 or Deltron.
Something big must have occurred between this album and the next: "12 dreams of Dr. Sardonicus".
spendid segue excellent piece please keep it in the rotation
Spirit! Outstanding! They don't write 'em like this anymore. The rest of the album is superb also.
...very nice change of pace...
Nice.Is it old? Sounds like the soundtrack to something.
Interesting :ask: