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  1. Mashura
    Father O. S. a. [ Cyclorama ] Fields Of The Brave [ Big Bang Theory ] Find The Cost Of Freedom [ Cornerstone ] Little Fugue In 'G' [ Greatest Hits Part 2 ] Little Suzie [ The Mission ] Locomotive [ Big Bang Theory ] [ Greatest Hits Part 2 ] Sing for The Day [ Caught in The Act-live ] Snowblind [ Best of Styx ] Southern Woman.
  2. Natilar
    A Day and Little Fugue in G/Father OSA from Styx II. The former was written by original guitarist John Curulewski and the first part of the latter is actually a cover of a Bach piece. level 2.
  3. Vilkree
    Fat Bottomed Girls / Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 / Black Dog (2) Father O.S.A. (2) Fields of the Brave (8) Find the Cost of Freedom (7) Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man) () Free Fallin' (7) Freedom (2) Game of Thrones Theme (1) Golden Lark (1) Golden Slumbers (16) Gone Gone Gone () Good Golly Miss Molly (1) Goodbye Yellow Brick.
  4. Kigal
    Little Fugue In "G" $ 6 Father O.S.A. as well as part of the Sony/Legacy domestic boxed set, Kansas Complete Album Collection , which packages all of the band's original releases on Kirshner and affiliated labels CBS/Columbia/5(34).
  5. Kagazragore
    The Complete Wooden Nickel Recordings (2-CD) by Styx - CD () for $ from stubasbreathrefiverrizarafjobtsakoch.xyzinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone /5(52).
  6. Megul
    As with the group's debut album, Styx II was re-released with a new name and artwork in in order to cash in on their late '70s stardom. The reissue in question was called Lady (RCA AFL).Styx II also saw re-release in as part of the 2-CD set The Complete Wooden Nickel Recordings.
  7. Tojasho
    Side 2 opnar med ei utgåve av Liten fuge i g-moll av Bach, spelt på kyrkjeorgel i domkyrkja i Chicago, som glir over i den rolege progrocksongen «Father O.S.A.» Rockesongen «Earl of Roseland» var skriven av DeYoung, basert på barndomsminner frå då han voks opp i Roseland i Chicago, der han hadde skipa bandet med Panozzo-brørne.
  8. Voodooshura
    Side 2 opens with a DeYoung rendition of Little Fugue in G by Bach, played on pipe organ at a Chicago cathedral, and segues into the mellow prog rocker "Father O.S.A." The rocker " Earl of Roseland " was written by DeYoung based on early memories from when he grew up in Chicago's Roseland neighborhood, where he had formed the band with the.

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