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A 2022 Esoteric label reissue of the 1970 Family classic.
A Song For Me was the first album featuring the band's revised line-up with John Weider replacing Ric Grech on bass and Poli Palmer replacing Jim King.
The album features fan-favourite Drowned In Wine and reached #4 in the UK charts on its original release.
This two-disc edition has been remastered from the original tapes and includes 14 bonus tracks drawn from singles and BBC Radio sessions from August 1969 and January 1970.
Features an illustrated booklet with an essay.
A Song For Me Remastered
1 Drowned in Wine
2 Some Poor Soul
3 Love is a Sleeper
4 Stop for the Traffic (Through The Heart Of Me)
6 Songs For Sinking Lovers
7 Hey – Let It Rock
8 The Cat And The Rat
9 93’s OK J
10 A Song For Me
11 No Mules Fool (A-side of single)
12 Good Friend Of Mine (B-side of single)
13 Today (A-side of single)
14 Song For Lots (B-side of single)
15 Today (promotional single edit)
BBC Radio Sessions
1 Drowned In Wine (BBC session August 1969)
2 Wheels (BBC session August 1969)
3 No Mule’s Fool (BBC session August 1969)
4 The Cat And The Rat (BBC session August 1969)
5 Love Is A Sleeper (BBC John Peel Sunday Concert January 1970)
6 Stop For The Traffic (Through The Heart Of Me) (BBC John Peel Sunday Concert January 1970)
7 93’s OK J (BBC John Peel Sunday Concert January 1970)
8 Songs for Sinking Lovers (BBC John Peel Sunday Concert January 1970)
9 Here Comes the Grin (BBC John Peel Sunday Concert January 1970)