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Poster: mdhunter03
KOG - Sorry your having computer issues. I was hoping you were up and running so we could continue... Today instead of a music video I thought I'd add one of my favorite forgotten albums. I think it's shows a more sophisticated and mature Dewey and Gerry. WIKI - HOURGLASS is the 13th studio album by American folk rock duo America, released by American Gramaphone in 1994. This was America's first new studio album since 1984's Perspective. Two singles were released from the album, "Young Moon" and "Hope", but did not chart in the U.S. The songs did receive more airplay in Europe. The song "Hope" became a theme song for the TJ Martell Foundation and was recorded by a group of country music stars in a fundraising effort for the Foundation. The recording of "You Can Do Magic" included here is not the hit version but a re-recording that is very similar. Actor/musician Bill Mumy contributed to this album, co-writing "Sleeper Train" and "Greenhouse" and providing additional guitar work. HOURGLASS

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