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Shed No Tear: The Shed Studio Sessions


Download links and information about Shed No Tear: The Shed Studio Sessions by The Unicorn. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Country genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:17:24 minutes.

Artist: The Unicorn
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Country
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:17:24
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No. Title Length
1. Open-Sea 3:08
2. Don't Want to Go Home Alone 3:19
3. Canada's a Long Way 3:36
4. Singing Your Praise 4:38
5. Social Shirker 3:43
6. You Can Have a Dream 3:44
7. Get It Back 3:56
8. Rainy Season 4:49
9. Open Books 3:32
10. Restless 3:10
11. Is That a Shame 5:09
12. Stay Out of My Dreams 3:19
13. Can't Stop Thinking About You 4:07
14. You Tell Too Many Lies 4:47
15. Don't Tell Me I Know 2:30
16. Rio De Janeiro 3:49
17. Volcano 3:16
18. So Far Away 3:12
19. Ballad of John and Julie 4:50
20. Bog Trotter 4:50



Just as American bands had donned moptop hairdos and played British Invasion–styled rock ‘n’ roll in the mid-'60s, English bands were growing out their locks and trying their hand at playing harmonious, California-steeped country-rock in the mid-'70s. Along with Fairport Convention’s Ian Matthews and his group Matthews Southern Comfort, the band Unicorn was recording music that sounded like a next of kin to Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. “Open Sea” starts off this impressive collection with soaring vocal harmonies and shimmering pedal steel played by Pink Floyd’s David Gilmore (who'd later record Unicorn’s “There’s No Way Out of Here” as the title track to his 1978 solo debut album). “Don’t Wanna Go Home” follows, spotlighting frontman Kenny Baker’s strength in writing catchy songs the overflow with amorous emotions. Guitarist Kevin Smith bends those Telecaster strings like Clarence White in “Singing Your Praise” and throughout Shed No Tear. “You Can Have a Dream” deviates from the twang to deliver a funky folk-rock tune with a buoyant bass and undulating tremolo from an electric guitar.