Top Skylark Albums
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Set You Free - Single
Set You Free - Single
[2020]
Intervals EP
Intervals EP
[2019]
The Road to the Light (Divine Gates, Pt. V, Chapter 1)
The Road to the Light (Divine Gates, Pt. V, Chapter 1)
[2015]
Jukebox Generation
Jukebox Generation
[2015]
The Storm & the Horizon
The Storm & the Horizon
[2015]
The Road to the Light (Divine Gates Pt. 5, Chapter 1)
The Road to the Light (Divine Gates Pt. 5, Chapter 1)
[2013]
Twilights of Sand
Twilights of Sand
[2012]
Skylark - EP
Skylark - EP
[2011]
Skylark
Skylark
[2010]
Krakatoa
Krakatoa
[2009]
The Last Gate (Heaven's Gates, Pt. 3)
The Last Gate (Heaven's Gates, Pt. 3)
[2007]
I Shine Not Burn
I Shine Not Burn
[2007]
Fairytales
Fairytales
[2005]
Wings
Wings
[2004]
The Princess' Day
The Princess' Day
[2002]
Gate of Heaven (Divine Gates, Pt. II)
Gate of Heaven (Divine Gates, Pt. II)
[2000]
Gate of Hell (Divine Gates, Pt. 1)
Gate of Hell (Divine Gates, Pt. 1)
[1999]
After the Storm
After the Storm
[1998]
Dragon's Secrets
Dragon's Secrets
[1997]
All Of It
All Of It
[1989]
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Related Information for Skylark
At least six groups have used this name in genres ranging from House, Metal, Pop, Folk and Rock.(A) The most prominent and oldest Skylark was a Canadian pop/rock band active from 1971-1973 and based in the Pacific Northwest. Their biggest single, "Wildflower", was a 1972 number one hit in Canada, making Billboard's Top 10, and selling over a million copies. It was written by guitarist Doug Edwards and Dave Richardson, who was a Victoria police officer at the time. "Wildflower" is an early example of the power ballad, featuring a strong, emotional lead vocal, a blend of electric guitar, strings and harp, distinctive "slow dance" percussion, and almost-gospel background vocals. It was featured on 70... read more