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Michael Charles - Home Through The Streets

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Album Description

Originally released on vinyl in 1986. Now, released on CD 2008 expanded with 6 Bonus Tracks.

Track Listing:

** Original Album (Previously Unavaliable CD)**

1. Time Just Keeps Calling

2. Miss My Kiss

3. Then You Come Along

4. Leaving My Troubles Behind Me

5. Reflection In A mirror

6. I'll Always Be Around

7. Sunshine Lady

8. Money And Time

9. My Lady

10. Imaginations And Mind Games

11. Reflection In A Mirror (Reprise)

**Previously Unreleased Live Tracks**

12. Imaginations And Mind Games

13. Leaving My Troubles Behind Me

14. Time Just Keeps Calling

**Recorded As Bonus Tracks For This Release**

15. My Lady

16. I'll Always Be Around (Part 1, 2 & 3)

17. Miss My Kiss



Home Through The Streets was the third vinyl by Australian Blues Rocker, Michael Charles. Originally released in 1986, tunes from Home Through The Streets charted in Charles’ homeland. In keeping with the intentions of MC’s record labels, Moonlight Label in the USA and Newmarket Music in Australia, to re-release all of MC’s former recordings, Home Through The Streets, released in November 2008 includes the original album tracks, three new versions of three songs from the original album, plus three live bonus cuts. This 2008 CD is digitally re-mastered by Greg Williams of Dex Audio, Australia who co-produced and engineered the original 1986 vinyl. The first thousand CD’s manufactured are a special edition release and display the logo of the Arizona Blind and Deaf Children’s Foundation. This edition commemorates Michael’s performance at the 2008 Arizona Blind and Deaf Children’s Foundation fundraiser in Tucson, Arizona USA and Moonlight Label donated fifty percent of the profits, directly to the foundation, on behalf of Michael Charles.

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