Top Lindisfarne Albums
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Buried Treasures, Vol. 3
Buried Treasures, Vol. 3
[2016]
Ten Best
Ten Best
[2015]
Anthology
Anthology
[2011]
The Charisma Years (1970-1973)
The Charisma Years (1970-1973)
[2011]
Lindisfarne Live in Concert (Live)
Lindisfarne Live in Concert (Live)
[2009]
Live
Live
[2009]
Lindisfarne At the BBC (The Charisma Years 1971-1973)
Lindisfarne At the BBC (The Charisma Years 1971-1973)
[2009]
Live - The Definitive Edition
Live - The Definitive Edition
[2005]
Happy Daze (Remastered)
Happy Daze (Remastered)
[2005]
Magic In the Air / Caught In the Act (Live)
Magic In the Air / Caught In the Act (Live)
[2000]
Live: Magic in the Air / Caught in the Act
Live: Magic in the Air / Caught in the Act
[2000]
Anthology: Road to Kingdome Come
Anthology: Road to Kingdome Come
[2000]
Amigos
Amigos
[1989]
Dance Your Life Away
Dance Your Life Away
[1986]
Sleepless Nights
Sleepless Nights
[1982]
Back and Fourth
Back and Fourth
[1978]
Roll On Ruby
Roll On Ruby
[1973]
Dingly Dell
Dingly Dell
[1972]
Fog On the Tyne
Fog On the Tyne
[1971]
Nicely Out of Tune
Nicely Out of Tune
[1970]
Related Information for Lindisfarne
Lindisfarne were an English folk-rock group from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, formed in 1968. The original line up was Alan Hull, Ray Jackson, Ray Laidlaw, Rod Clements, and Simon Cowe. The group released their debut Nicely out of Tune in 1970. Their second album, Fog on the Tyne, was produced by Bob Johnson, who had also worked with Bob Dylan, to whom Alan Hull was being compared at the time. Following their third album, Dingly Dell, the group split and Lindisfarne (Mark II) continued with new members, and produced a few more albums before disbanding in 1975, seemingly for good.1978 saw the original group re-form, with the album Back and Fourth, and the hit single "Run for Home". This line-up continued for many years. N... read more