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She Lies - Overnight Jones - My Private Train (CD, Album)

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  1. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Overnight Jones at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore. Discover. Explore All; Trending Releases; List Explorer Overnight Jones: My Private Train ‎ (CD, Album) Id: ID Australia: Overnight Jones: She Lies ‎ (CD) Id: Australia: Sell This Version: 1 – 6 of 6.
  2. Track 1 is the studio version that appears on My Private Train.   All others are unique to this release. The live version of She Lies is a slower, bluesy version.  My Private Train ().
  3. Apr 01,  · I find it hard to get Train CD's in the Brit record shops so managed to find what I wanted on Amazon and another site on the net. Both my hubby and me are young "old fogies" but are really into Train and play the two CD's we have constantly on our I-pods, in the car etc. Do yourselves a favour and treat yourself to some Train albums/5().
  4. ‘My Private Train’ is the album of a band in transition. As a result, the tracks are decidedly hit-and-miss. A definite miss is the first attempt at recording Dan’s new song, Bernie (about his neighbour who had been a soldier in WWII).
  5. Overnight Jones - - Not Brothers Anymore CDS FLAC Overnight Jones is a Melbourne, Australia based band that started in the mid’s as The Warner Brothers. After Talking In Your Sleep was released, there was some legal pressure from Warner Brothers Records to change the arananterremasavefiwershealthti.co: Deutros.
  6. Explore releases from John Train at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from John Train at the Discogs Marketplace.
  7. My Private Nation is the third studio album by American rock band Train. It was released June 3, The album was reissued February 8, , as a CD+DVD dual disc set. The album .
  8. Includes the albums Train, Drops Of Jupiter, My Private Nation, For Me, It’s You and Save Me, San Francisco. The book also includes additional words from David Wild, contributing editor to Rolling Stone magazine, a bestselling author and Emmy nominated television writer, alongside the original album /5(51).

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