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Song On The Radio - Al Stewart - Al Stewart (CD)

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  1. Al Stewart also appears in this compilation. The legendary 'Holland Pop 70' festival, featuring The Byrds, Pink Floyd, Canned Heat, Santana and more! Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Gumbo [DVD] 2. Zero She Flies [DVD] 3. Human Condition [DVD] 4. The World's In A Tango / So Sad [DVD] 5. Giants [DVD] 6. Won't You Try Saturday Afternoon [DVD] 7. Wasted Union.

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  2. "Song on the Radio" was released in January as the second single from the Time Passages album, following the title cut which had been a Top Ten hit on the Hot in Billboard magazine whose Adult Contemporary chart had afforded "Time Passages" a ten week tenure at No. 1 "Song on the Radio" would peak at No. 29 on the Hot and rise as high as No. 10 on the Billboard Adult .

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  3. The Best of Al Stewart – Songs From the Radio () Chronicles The Best of Al Stewart () To Whom it May Concern – () Premium Gold Collection () Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time () (limited distribution of B-sides and rarities) On the Border () Singer Songwriter () The Very Best Al Stewart Album Ever ().

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  5. List of songs with Songfacts entries for Al Stewart. ProblemAriana Grande. Ariana Grande's hit "Problem" started off as a track written by One Direction songwriter Savan Kotecha.

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  6. "The Best of Al Stewart: Songs From the Radio" should be subtitled "The Arista Years", because, being originally released in (and this version is the remastered re-issue, with the cover pic of Al sitting next to a globe, that's how you'll make the distinction from the earlier version), the CD stops at (two live cuts, "On the Border" and the "Nostradamus" medley are from 's "Live/Indian Summer"), /5(9).

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  7. Not for Al Stewart. He managed to avoid the trap of a radio-friendly pop song that overstays its welcome. “Time Passages,” “Song on the Radio” and “Year of the Cat” all exceed 6 minutes, but none of them seem like they are 6-minutes long. “Song on the Radio” could be extended even further, it's very easy to listen to.

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