A Hundred Miles or More: A Collection

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Forget that the idea of A Hundred Miles or More is to corral the music Alison has made over the years without her usual backing group, the great Union Station—its members are all over many of these songs anyway, and the tracks without them don’t sound all that different from the ones with them. Think of it instead as just a terrific way for fans to get tracks recorded for tribute albums, soundtracks and whatnot (including the current hit duet with John Waite, “Missing You”), plus five new songs, all in one place.

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