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8 thoughts on “ Road To Santiago - Oysterband - Holy Bandits

  1. Watch the video for The Road to Santiago from Oysterband's Holy Bandits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  2. carnival is what you dare flesh farewell the soul goes bare your face is just a mask you wear but masks are hidden faces all night long from bar to bar the devil is a falling star he knows who you really are he walks in hidden places on the road on the road on the road to Santiago the wind can howl, waters roar night come down and feet get sore [a priest goes dancing with a whore / you won't.
  3. The Road To Santiago Lyrics: Carnival is what you dare / Flesh farewell, the soul goes bare / Your face is just a mask you wear / But masks are hidden faces; / All night long from bar to bar / The.
  4. Buoyed by big, rich production that never slides into slickness, Oysterband (formerly the Oyster Band) sounds like they've been given a blood transfusion on this album. Opening with the joyful one-two punch of "When I'm Up I Can't Get Down" (later a hit for the Canadian folk-rock group Great Big Sea) and "The Road to Santiago" and featuring such anthemic delights as "Gone West" (with its big 9/
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Oysterband - Holy Bandits at Discogs. Complete your Oysterband collection/5(17).
  6. On the road, on the road, on the road To Santiago: The wind can howl, waters roar, A priest goes dancing with a whore, We'll walk that wild Atlantic shore And the devil walks behind us On the road to Santiago. Holy bandits, band of hope, Hauling an unholy rope Halfway up the slippery slope: That's where you'll find us. We met the devil a.
  7. Aug 07,  · By the time Holy Bandits was released the Oysterband had well and truly shaken off the horrible burden of being partly responsible for the reprehensible "Day Trip To Bangor" as Fiddlers Dram. They had always been a political, socially aware band but had firmly established that stance with a stripped down sound and straightforward approach as was the norm with traditional folk/5(6).

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