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Steve Ashcroft - Keys Of Tomorrow flac album
  • Performer Steve Ashcroft
  • Title Keys Of Tomorrow
  • Other formats MPC MOD APE MP3 MIDI MP1 AA
  • Genre World & Folk & Country
  • Size MP3 1947 mb
  • Size FLAC 1667 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
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Ashcroft began work on his second album Human Conditions in 2002. The lead single, "Check the Meaning", was released in early October, and peaked at No. 11 on the UK Singles Chart. The album was released later that month and reached No. 3 in the UK Album Chart. Reception to the album was generally positive. The EP was released just 6 days later on 24 April. With the release of Keys to the World, the general consensus was that Ashcroft was "back at the top of his musical game", as he announced his largest UK tour for years for May 2006, culminating in three nights at London's Brixton Academy.

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Tomorrow is the only studio album by the English psychedelic rock band Tomorrow. It was originally released in 1968 by EMI Parlophone in the . in a black and white sleeve. A slightly different version of the album was also released in the . in 1968 as Sire Records SES 97012, one of the first releases on that label. Although it was not a success when first released it is now widely regarded as one of the best psychedelic rock albums ever made.

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This album, Tomorrow Never knows, taken from The Beatles song, along with other progressive rock hits of the day, including The Byrds’ Eight Miles High, Mellow Yellow by Donovan and others, was certainly applauded by many as an adventure into the world of rock meets avant-garde jazz. it was also seen as a lightweight sellout by an equal number, which must have. left Steve Marcus rather shocked, and a bit dismayed when Miles Davis laid down Bitch’s Brew, and gained renowned success and adulation.

Out Now. With experience comes knowledge, For me, this is my strongest set of songs to date. All my favourite sounds are distilled into something that will hopefully give my fans lasting pleasure.

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A1 Bad Water Canyon
A2 Ballerina Dance
A3 It's Me Here
A4 Take Me As I Am
A5 The Shooby Do Wa Song
B1 Once Again Alone
B2 The Old Man
B3 When Your Lights Go Down
B4 Sad Songs Again
B5 In A Childs Eyes
B6 Keys Of Tomorrow


  • Bass, Vocals – Martin Lewis
  • Cello, Vocals – Sue Brine
  • Lead Guitar, Vocals – Tim Brine
  • Percussion – Steve Simmonds
  • Vocals – Chris Brighton


All songs on this album were written by Steve Ashcroft, except the lyrics of 'sad songs again'
They were written in a beach hut at Bournemouth by cousin Mike Thomas

Recorded at Ginger Recording Studio Aldridge

This album is dedicated, with thanks, to all the friends who have helped and supported me over the years I have been on the folk scene.

I would like to give a special thank you to the following friends and musicians, without who's help I could not have made this record : -
Rob & Gail
Sally & Arthur

A big thank you also to Phil - (I'm on a diet so I shouldn't, but I'll have one anyway) - Dawson for the use of his studio, - producing the album & the coffee.
P.S. Thanks to ALan Briscoe of Dandy for not appearing on this album at all.

Luv Steve


Folk small private label pressing. No date given on cover or record. Probably late 70's