Grave New World

Grave New World

Album by Strawbs
Grave New World is the fourth studio album by English band Strawbs, their fifth overall. It was the first album to be released after the departure of Rick Wakeman, who was replaced by Blue Weaver, late of Amen Corner.Wikipedia
GenrePop/Rock , Folk , Prog-Rock , British Folk , Art Rock , British Folk-Rock
Release DateFebruary 4, 1972


  • 1BenedictusStrawbs4:26
  • 2Hey, Little Man.... Thursday's ChildStrawbs1:06
  • 3Queen of DreamsStrawbs5:31
  • 4Heavy DisguiseStrawbs2:53
  • 5New WorldStrawbs4:11
  • 6Hey, Little Man.... Wednesday's ChildStrawbs1:08
  • 7Flower and the Young ManStrawbs4:17
  • 8TomorrowStrawbs4:50
  • 9On Growing OlderStrawbs1:56
  • 10Ah Me, Ah MyStrawbs1:25
  • 11Is It Today, Lord?Strawbs3:09
  • 12Journey's EndStrawbs1:45
  • 13Here It ComesStrawbs2:44
  • 14I'm Going HomeStrawbs3:17

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