PAUL JONES AND VARIOUS - Drake's Dream (President Records – PTLS 1068) UK 1977 LP (Musical Vocal) 

Paul Jones: British singer and harmonica player born on February 24, 1942 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. Until 1966 he was the singer of Manfred Mann. Paul Jones has also recorded as a harmonica player regularly, and is President of the The National Harmonica League.

'Drake's Dream' is a musical biography of the 16th century Sea Captain and Navigator Sir Francis Drake featuring music and lyrics by Lynne and Richard Riley and book by Simon Brett. The story encompasses Drake's historic circum navigation of the world culminating in his return to England in 1580. The production premiered at Worthing's Connaught Theatre on October 26th 1977 directed by Nicolas Young before transferring to London's Shaftesbury Theatre for a limited season opening on December 7th 1977 starring Paul Jones as Sir Francis Drake alongside David Burt as Thomas Doughty, Earl Jordan as The King Of Ternate, Caro Gurney as Queen Elizabeth I and Janet Shaw as Mary Drake

A1At The Court Of Queen Elizabeth
A2I've Always Had A Dream
A3Let's Get Going
A4Take A Little Time
A5When The Winds Command Us Away
A6She Plays A Dangerous Game
A7Between Today And Tomorrow
A9Waiting Isn't Easy
B2Nova Albion
B3God Of The Waters
B4Spice Of Life
B5Oh Lord Protect Us
B6Fa La La
B7Sailing Around

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PAUL JONES AND VARIOUS Drake's Dream (President Records – PTLS 1068) UK 1977 LP (Musical Vocal) (Manfred Mann)

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