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Behind That Locked Door - The Choir (2) - Wide-Eyed Wonder (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Wide Eyed Wonder: B7: Happy Fool: B8: Car, Etc. Backing Vocals [BGV] – Dave Hackbarth, Marc Sercomb, Orlando Conchola: B9: Behind That Locked Door Backing Vocals [BGV] – Mark Heard Bass Guitar, Autoharp – Mark Heard Written-By – George Harrison: B To Bid Farewell: B Car, Cont. Backing Vocals [BGV] – Marc Sercomb/5(7).
  2. In October , The Choir announced that the original Wide-Eyed Wonder-era line-up, complete with Robin Spurs on bass, would reunite and tour in Spring , performing the album in its entirety. A remastered version of the album on both CD and vinyl was Genre: Christian alternative rock.
  3. While less polished than their "Circle Slide" album, "Wide Eyed Wonder" is one of the Choir's best. It shows the breadth of their music expertise. From the melancholy "Spin You Around" to the warm and fuzzy "Wide Eyed Wonder" (about his daughter) to the whimsical "Car, Etc.", this album captures everything I love about the Choir.4/4(5).
  4. From behind that locked door. Wide-Eyed Wonder The Choir. 1. Someone to Hold on To 2. To Cover You 3. Robin Had a Dream 4. Spin You Around.
  5. Jan 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Choir - 9 - Behind That Locked Door - Wide-Eyed Wonder () YouTube First Aid Kit - Behind That Locked Door [George Harrison cover] (The Town Hall, NYC 10/18/
  6. Wide-Eyed Wonder Lyrics: Wide-eyed wonder girl / Starin' into the sky and wondering why / It's a good, great world / But it turns around / Nevermind the ground / Look up high, stars above / Please.
  7. Behind That Locked Door By The Choir. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Behind That Locked Door. Featured on Wide-Eyed Wonder. More by The Choir. Kissers and Killers: 25 Year Anniversary Remaster. Kissers and Killers: The Acoustic Sessions. Bloodshot.
  8. "Behind That Locked Door" is a song by English musician George Harrison, released on his triple album All Things Must Pass. Harrison wrote the song in August as a message of encouragement to Bob Dylan, who was making a highly publicised comeback to the concert stage, accompanied by the Band, with a headlining performance at the Isle of Wight Festival.

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