Richard Thompson: Hand Of Kindness, LP (Vinyl)
Richard Thompson: Hand Of Kindness, LP (Vinyl)
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Richard Thompson
Hand Of Kindness

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
mit bedrucktem Innencover
  • Hannibal Records
  • (6.25 574)
  • 9 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor signs of tag removal on cover

tracks

A1

Tear Stained Letter

4:40
A2

How I Wanted To

5:08
A3

Both Ends Burning

3:49
A4

A Poisoned Heart And A Twisted Memory

5:22
A5

Where The Wind Don't Whine

4:05
B1

The Wrong Heartbeat

3:12
B2

Hand Of Kindness

5:55
B3

Devonside

4:43
B4

Two Left Feet

3:50

Credits

Accordion
  • John Kirkpatrick
Concertina
  • John Kirkpatrick
Art Direction
  • Margot Core
Design
  • Margot Core
Backing Vocals
  • Clive Gregson
  • Pete Zorn
Bass
  • Dave Pegg
Drums
  • Dave Mattacks
Guitar
  • Simon Nicol
Lead Guitar
  • Richard Thompson
Vocals
  • Richard Thompson
Written By
Photography By
  • Bill Gill
Producer
  • Joe Boyd
Saxophone
  • Pete Thomas
  • Pete Zorn

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