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From the Mighty Oaks - Remastered Edition
June 6, 2011
© 2011 Esoteric Recordings
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The album is commercially available as part of a 2-CD box set To Whom It May Concern, which contains Stewart's first three albums as well as both sides of his first single and the tracks added to the 1970 re-release, which also featured a new cover, and was known as The First Album. A new CD reissue in 2007 contains all tracks from both versions of the album, plus bonus tracks.
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