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Live... Here Comes the Night

Graham Bonnet Band

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

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1
Eyes of the World
Graham Bonnet Band
6:51
2
All Night Long
Graham Bonnet Band
4:16
3
S.O.S.
Graham Bonnet Band
3:27
4
Stand in Line
Graham Bonnet Band
4:59
5
God Blessed Video
Graham Bonnet Band
3:32
6
Will You Be Home Tonight
Graham Bonnet Band
5:26
7
Jet to Jet
Graham Bonnet Band
4:41
8
Night Games
Graham Bonnet Band
4:11
9
Suffer Me
Graham Bonnet Band
5:15
10
Dancer
Graham Bonnet Band
4:58
11
Desert Song
Graham Bonnet Band
6:21
12
Island in the Sun
Graham Bonnet Band
4:11
13
Since You Been Gone
Graham Bonnet Band
3:47
14
Assault Attack
Graham Bonnet Band
4:30
15
Lost in Hollywood
Graham Bonnet Band
5:26
Total Playing Time    71:51
Veteran rock vocalist Graham Bonnet forged his career singing with bands like Rainbow, the Michael Schenker Group and Alcatrazz. In 2015 he formed his own group, recording the debut album The Book a while later. Live... Here Comes the Night continues that legacy, capturing the Graham Bonnet Band's onstage energy and excitement.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Frontiers Records Studio Masters

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