The Collection CD

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by Andy Flannagan;


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The Collection

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Singing powerfully and poetically about the heart of God, a longing for justice, peace and equality in His world, few songwriters have conveyed so tenderly, or reached out to tug the heart strings so gently as Andy Flannagan. Andy’s ability to write passionate lyrics, delivered through hooky melodies and wrapped in carefully-crafted acoustic arrangements, has taken him from the Spring Harvest Big Top to MPs at Westminster, to Young Offenders’ institutions, to skiers in the Alps to Gordon Brown at the Labour Party Conference.

The Collection quite simply captures his recorded work to date. It features his two best-selling albums, SON and Advertising the Invisible, as well as live recordings from Spring Harvest, Summer Madness, plus other studio tracks such as fragile, the single written in the wake of the Asian Tsunami.

The Collection by Andy Flannagan is published by Elevation and is our 20606th best seller. The ISBN for The Collection is ICC1218D.

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CD Track Listing and Samples


1) HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
2) All I Am
3) Open Arms (Prodigal Song)
4) Fragile
5) We Are Blessed
6) Stop
7) What I Wouldn't Give
8) How Does It Feel?
9) Talk All Night
10) Watch This Space
11) When Was The Last Time

Specifications

Details for The Collection

Page last updated 23rd May 2016
Author / ArtistAndy Flannagan
FormatCD
PublisherElevation
Weight181g
ISBNICC1218D
Product Code1239584
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