Talk:Tempted and Tried

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Album name[edit]

Does anyone have any idea why this album is called "Tempted and Tried"? The words do not occur anywhere on the songs on the album. However, there is a gospel song, sung by The Byrds on their album "Farther Along", called "Farther Along" which has the first line, "Temped and Tried":

The same song appeared as a bonus track on Steeleye's "Please to See the King" on the Castle re-issue of 2006. Is that the explanation?

Track listing[edit]

I've added the UK track listing that appeared on the Chrysalis release, and that appears on the new "Another Parcel of Steeleye Span" box set. Lunarship (talk) 00:39, 8 July 2011 (UTC)