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Author: Paul M Green; Tom Grimshaw; Katrina Aust
Publisher: [Banyo, Qld.] : Magna Pacific [distributor], 2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : English
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'The Long Journey Home Tour was in support of One Soul Now, our ninth studio album. Like the many tours that had come before it, it was an arduous, exhilarating, numbing, inspiring, exhausting, reaffirming, lonely uplifting journey. It carried us along uncounted miles of highways and across untold leagues of oceans. It brought us eye-to-eye with some familiar faces and with many new, welcome ones. It deposited us in  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul M Green; Tom Grimshaw; Katrina Aust
OCLC Number: 224957188
Language Note: English language track.
Notes: 11830.
Credits: Producer, Paul M. Green ; artwork, Tom Grimshaw ; editors, Post Production and DVD Authoring, Tom Grimshaw and Katrina Aust.
Cast: Featuring the band: Margo Timmins, vocals; Michael Timmins, guitar; Peter Timmins, drums; Alan Anton, bass; Jeff Bird, mandolin, electric mandolin, harmonica, percussion; Jaro Czerwinec, accordion.
Target Audience: Exempt from classification.
Description: 2 videodiscs (DVD) (ca. 182 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: Region 0 DVD. Colour recording system: PAL except Region 1.
Contents: Sweet Jane --
Cause cheap is how I feel --
200 more miles --
Why this one --
Pale sun --
He will call you baby --
Sun comes up it's Tuesday morning --
32:20 --
Black eyed man --
1000 year prayer --
A horse in the country --
Notes falling slow --
The slide --
I don't get it --
Good Friday --
Helpless --
Isn't it a pity --
Misguided angel.
Other Titles: Cowboy junkies

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'The Long Journey Home Tour was in support of One Soul Now, our ninth studio album. Like the many tours that had come before it, it was an arduous, exhilarating, numbing, inspiring, exhausting, reaffirming, lonely uplifting journey. It carried us along uncounted miles of highways and across untold leagues of oceans. It brought us eye-to-eye with some familiar faces and with many new, welcome ones. It deposited us in both familiar and unfamiliar cities and towns across Europe and North America.

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