> Folk Music > Records > Ian Anderson's Country Blues Band: Stereo Death Breakdown

Ian Anderson's Country Blues Band: Stereo Death Breakdown

Ian Anderson's Country Blues Band: Stereo Death Breakdown (Liberty LBS 83242E)

Stereo Death Breakdown
Ian Anderson's Country Blues Band

Liberty Records LBS 83242E (LP, UK, 1969)
Fledg'ling Records FLED 3073 (CD, UK, 2009)

Ian Anderson's Country Blues Band: Stereo Death Breakdown (Fledg'ling FLED 3073)
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Produced by Sandy Robertson;
Recorded by Nick Ryan at Chappell Studios, London, in November 1968 [1-12] and April 1969 [13-14];
CD reissue mastered by Duncan Cowell at Sound Mastering from original tapes [1-12] and from vinyl [13-14];
CD reissue design by Jali Roll Martian;
Front cover photo by David Harrison

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, national and 12-string guitars, vocals;
Chris Turner, harmonica [1-12];
Bob Rowe, bass guitar;
Bob ‘Big Sunflower’ Hall, piano;
‘Harmonica Annie’ Matthews, vocals [4];
Ron Needes, mandolin;
Brian Claxton, washboard;
Peter Hossell, jug, shouts;
Dave Jeffs, harmonica [13-14];
Mel Wright, drums [13-14]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Get in That Swing (3.18)
  2. Little Boy Blue (3.42)
  3. (My Babe She Ain't Nothing But a Doggone) Crazy Fool Mumble (2.51)
  4. New Lonesome Day (3.01)
  5. Short Haired Woman Blues (2.57)
  6. Hot Times (4.26)
  1. Stereo Death Breakdown (2.29)
  2. When I Get to Thinking (5.20)
  3. Way Up on Your Tree (3.03)
  4. Break'Em On Down (2.34)
  5. That's Alright (4.04)
  6. Baby Bye You Bye (3.50)
CD Bonus Tracks
  1. Put It in a Frame (3.17)
  2. Stop and Listen (3.18)

Tracks 1, 3, 5-6, 8, 13 Ian A. Anderson;
Tracks 4, 9-12, 14 trad. arr. Ian A. Anderson;
Track 2 Robert ‘Junior’ Lockwood;
Track 7 Ian A. Anderson, Chris Turner, Bob Rowe

> Folk Music > Records > Ian Anderson: Book of Changes

Ian Anderson: Book of Changes

Ian Anderson: Book of Changes (Fontana STL 5542)

Book of Changes
Ian Anderson

Fontana Records STL 5542 (LP, UK, 1970)

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Produced by Ian A. Anderson;
Recorded by John Iles at Chappell Studios, London;
except tracks 4, 9 recorded by Nick Ryan live at Farnham Folk & Blues Festival, produced by Sandy Robertson

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, guitars, vocals

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Edges (3.09)
  2. Internal Combustion Rag (3.20)
  3. Anthem (3.58)
  4. Stop and Listen (3.20)
  5. Sleepy Lynne (3.00)
  6. Number 61 (5.05)
  1. Paint It, Black (3.03)
  2. Mouse Hunt (2.35)
  3. Put It in a Frame (3.16)
  4. Book of Changes (3.54)
  5. Galactic Wings (and Other Tales) (3.34)
  6. De 12-Bore Blues (6.34)

All tracks by Ian A. Anderson except
Track 7 Mick Jagger, Keith Richards;
Track 10 Ian A. Anderson, John Turner

> Folk Music > Records > Ian A. Anderson: Royal York Crescent

Ian A. Anderson: Royal York Crescent

Ian A. Anderson: Royal York Crescent (The Village Thing VTS 3)

Royal York Crescent
Ian A. Anderson

The Village Thing VTS 3 (LP, UK, 1970)

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Produced by Ian A. Anderson;
Recorded by Gef Lucena at Village Thing Studios, in July/August 1970;
Front photography by Graham Kilsby;
Rear and insert photography by Joe Gedrych;
Graphics by Plastic Dog

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, guitars, vocals;
John Turner, string bass, piano;
Ian Hunt, second guitar, vocals;
Andy Leggett, whistle, recorder

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. No Way To Get Along (3.05)
  2. Please Re-Adjust Your Time (3.09)
  3. Goblets and Elms (1.27)
  4. Shining Grey (4.38)
  5. The Worm (3.11)
  6. Hero (5.35)
  1. Silent Night No. 2 (4.02)
  2. Mr Cornelius (2.39)
  3. The Maker / The Man in the High Castle / The Last Conjuring (6.57)
  4. Ginger Man (2.39)
  5. Working Man (2.44)

All tracks by Ian A. Anderson except
Track 1 Robert Wilkins;
Track 10 Geoff Muldaur

> Folk Music > Records > Ian A. Anderson: A Vulture Is Not a Bird You Can Trust

Ian A. Anderson: A Vulture Is Not a Bird You Can Trust

Ian A. Anderson: A Vulture Is Not a Bird You Can Trust (The Village Thing VTS 9)

A Vulture Is Not a Bird You Can Trust
Ian A. Anderson

The Village Thing VTS 9 (LP, UK, 1971)

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Produced by Ian A. Anderson;
Recorded by Kingley Ward and Ralph Down at Rockfield Studios in September 1971;
Sleeve by Rod Matthews (Plastic Dog)

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, 6 & 12 string guitars, vocals

with
Ian Hunt, acoustic lead guitar, vocals;
Pique Withers, drums;
Peter, electric bass;
Kipps Brown, organ;
John Turner, string bass;
Keith Warmington, harmonica

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. One More Chance (5.00)
  2. Black Uncle Remus (2.55)
  3. Policeman's Ball (2.22)
  4. Edges (3.18)
  5. The Survivor (4.18)
  1. Well…All Right (2.37)
  2. Time Is Ripe (4.20)
  3. Wishing the World Away (4.30)
  4. One Too Many Mornings (3.02)
  5. Number 61 (4.35)

All tracks by Ian A. Anderson except
Track 2 Loudon Wainwright III;
Track 6 Holly, Allison, Mauldin, Petty;
Track 9 Bob Dylan

> Folk Music > Records > Ian A. Anderson: Singer Sleeps On As Blaze Rages

Ian A. Anderson: Singer Sleeps On As Blaze Rages

Ian A. Anderson: Singer Sleeps On As Blaze Rages (The Village Thing VTS 18)

Singer Sleeps On As Blaze Rages
Ian A. Anderson

The Village Thing VTS 18 (LP, UK, 1972)

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Tracks 1, 5, 6, 8-9 recorded by Ralph Down, Kingsley Ward and Pat Moran at Rockfield in September 1972, produced by Mike Cooper;
Tracks 2-4, 7, 10 recorded by Maggie Anderson at Village Thing in August 1972, produced by Ian Anderson;
Photo by Martin Wise;
Sleeve design by Rod Matthews (Plastic Dog)

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, 6 & 12 string guitars, vocals

with
Roland, harp [3];
Maggie, second guitar [7];
Pete Siddons, bouzouki [1^0];
Mike Cooper, National and slide guitars;
The Machine Gun Company:
    Les Calvert, electric bass, organ,
    Ian Foster, drums,
  Bill Boazman, Leslie'd guitar;
The Vulturesses: Pat Moran & Bill Boazman, vocal strains

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Hey, Space Pilot (3.30)
  2. Marie Celeste on Down (3.14)
  3. Spider John (3.09)
  4. A Sign of the Times (3.59)
  5. Paper and Smoke (4.03)
  1. Paint It, Black (2.55)
  2. Pretty Peggy-o (3.16)
  3. The Western Wind (6.10)
  4. Out of the Side (4.35)
  5. Shirley Temple Meets Hawkind (3.46)

All tracks by Ian A. Anderson except
Track 3 Dave Peabody;
Track 5 Mike Cooper;
Track 7 Mick Jagger, Keith Richards;
Track 8 trad. arr. Ian A. Anderson

> Folk Music > Records > Mike Cooper, Ian A. Anderson: The Contiunuous Preaching Blues

Mike Cooper, Ian A. Anderson: The Contiunuous Preaching Blues

Mike Cooper, Ian A. Anderson: The Contiunuous Preaching Blues (Appaloose AP 037)

The Contiunuous Preaching Blues
Mike Cooper, Ian A. Anderson

Appaloosa AP 037 (LP, Italy, 1985)

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Produced by Dave Peabody, Ian Anderson and Mike Cooper for Rogue Productions;
Recorded by Pascal Gabriel at Gateway Studio, London, in Summer 1984;
Typeset by Ian A. Anderson;
Sleeve concept and photography by Mime Messer

Musicians

Mike Cooper, vocals [1, 4, 8], acoustic National slide guitar [1, 7, 9-10], electric lead slide guitar [1, 10], rhythm guitar [4], electric slide Dobro guitar [5], electric guitar [8];
Ian A. Anderson, vocals [3, 6-7], electric bottleneck guitar [1, 4, 6-7, 9], acoustic guitar [2], electric guitar [3];
Mike Messer, electric Dobro guitar [1], electric rhythm guitar [1], rhythm guitar [4], electric Dobro slide guitar [10];
Maggie Holland, vocals [2, 6, 9-10], bass guitar [1-4, 6-9];
Geoff Nicholls, drums [1, 3-4, 6-9];
Dave Peabody, harmonica [2, 7], electric harmonica [3-4, 6];
Tim Hill, alto saxophone [5, 7-9]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Preachin' Blues (7.01)
  2. New Lonesome Day (2.58)
  3. Everybody's Killing Me (2.25)
  4. Oh Baby, We Got a Good Thing Going (1.53)
  5. Dark Is the Night (5.25)
  1. City Jail Blues (4.19)
  2. You Never Can Tell (2.34)
  3. Tell Me (4.12)
  4. Lone Wolf Blues (3.33)
  5. You Got to Move (4.03)

Track 1 Eddie Son House;
Tracks 2, 6 trad. arr. Ian A. Anderson;
Track 3 Ian A. Anderson;
Track 4 Ozen;
Track 5 Blind Willie Johnson;
Track 7 Chuck Berry;
Track 8 Chester Burnett;
Track 9 Oscar Woods;
Track 10 Fred McDowell

> Folk Music > Records > Blue Blokes 3: Stubble

Blue Blokes 3: Stubble

Blue Blokes 3: Stubble (Fledg'ling FLED 3068)

Stubble
Blue Blokes 3

Fledg'ling Records FLED 3068 (CD, UK, 2008)

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Produced by Jamie Orchard-Lisle and Hizaz Mustapha in March–May 2008;
Recorded by Jamie Orchard-Lisle and Alejandro Merola at Sweet Primrose Recorders;
Mixed at Eden Grove;
Mastered by Duncan Cowell at Sound Mastering;
Photographs by Judith Burrows;
Design by Jali Roll Martian

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, vocals, guitar, slide guitar;
Lu Edmonds, vocals, cumbus, saz, guitar;
Ben Mandelson, vocals, mandolin, baritone bouzouki, banjo, tenor guitar, electric guitar

Tracks

  1. Don't You Jusk Know It? (3.42)
  2. Lovin' Henry (Roud 47; Child 68) (4.25)
  3. Me and My Chauffeur Blues (3.50)
  4. South Coast Bound (2.32)
  5. Everybody's Killing Me (3.28)
  6. Early in the Morning (3.32)
  7. Lord Allenwater (Roud 89; Child 208) (6.06)
  8. The Preacher's Blues (2.44)
  9. A Fool Such As I (3.42)
  10. Sunnyland (3.36)
  11. Crazy Fool Mumble (3.46)
  12. Taxim Primroses / A Few of Your Lines (5.57)
  13. In the Pines (Roud 3421) (4.16)

Track 1 Huey ‘Piano’ Smith, Vincent;
Tracks 2, 4, 8 trad. arr. Ian A. Anderson;
Track 3 Memphis Minnie, Ernest Lawlars;
Tracks 5, 11 Ian A. Anderson;
Track 6 Dallas Bartley, Leo Hickman, Louis Jordan;
Tracks 7, 13 trad. arr. Ian A. Anderson, Lu Edmonds, Ben Mandelson;
Tracks 9 Bill Trader;
Tracks 10 Elmore James;
Tracks 12 trad. arr. Ben Mandelson, Lu Edmonds, Fred McDowell;

> Folk Music > Records > The False Beards: Ankle

The False Beards: Ankle

The False Beards: Ankle (Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7047)

Ankle
The False Beards

Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7047 (CD, UK, 23 May 2013)

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Recorded by Ian A. Anderson in the Basement, Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol;
Additional recording on tracks 5 and 9 by Katie Rose;
The Oscar Woods sample on track 3 was recorded by Carole Pegg, from The Pigeon on the Gate (Veteran Records);
Mastered by Peter Philipson;
Front cover illustration by Alex Bertram-Powell;
Photos by Elly Lucas;
Package design by Jali Roll Martian

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, guitar, slide guitar, vocals;
Ben Mandelson, baritone bouzouki, mandolin, vocals [10];

with
Katie Rose, vocals [5, 9], gong [9];
Pete Judge, trumpet [5];
Oscar Woods, melodeon [3]

Tracks

  1. The Sky (4.09)
  2. A Sign of the Times / Dorsiflexion (4.04)
  3. Oscar's (4.31)
  4. Jarabi / Friend Is a Four Letter Word (3.50)
  5. The False Bride (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (3.40)
  6. The Spring of '65 (Roud 7070) (3.52)
  7. Paint It, Black (2.54)
  8. Marie Celeste on Down (3.32)
  9. Lord Allenwater (Roud 89; Child 208) (5.01)
  10. The Panic Is On (2.17)

Track 1 Derroll Adams;
Track 2a, 8 Ian A. Anderson;
Tracks 2b, 4a, 6 trad. arr. Ian A. Anderson, Ben Mandelson;
Track 3 trad. arr. Oscar Woods / Oscar Woods arr. Ian A. Anderson, Ben Mandelson;
Track 4b John McCrea;
Tracks 5, 9 trad. arr. Ian A. Anderson, Katie Rose, Ben Mandelson;
Track 7 Mick Jagger, Keith Richards;
Track 9 Hezekiah Jnekins arr. Ian A. Anderson, Ben Mandelson

> Folk Music > Records > ian A. Anderson: Time Is Ripe

ian A. Anderson: Time Is Ripe

Ian A. Anderson: Time Is Ripe (Weekend Beatnik WEBE 9045)

Time Is Ripe
Rare Psych Folk from the Village Thing Years 1970-73
Ian A. Anderson

Weekend Beatnik WEBE 9045 (CD, UK, 7 April 2014)

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Tracks 5, 9-10, 12, 15-16, 19 recorded by Gef Lucena at Village Thing Studios, July/August 1970; produced by Ian A. Anderson;
Tracks 1-2, 7, 11, 13 recorded by Kingsley Ward and Ralph Down at Rockfield, September 1971; produced by Ian A. Anderson;
Tracks 3, 14 recorded by Maggie Holland at Village Thing in August 1972, produced by Ian A. Anderson;
Tracks 4, 8, 18 recorded by Ralph Down, Kingsley Ward and Pat Moran at Rockfield, September 1971; produced by Mike Cooper and Ian A. Anderson;
Digitally remastered from the original analogue tapes by Duncan Cowell at Sound Mastering, supervised by Ian A. Anderson, November 2009;

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, 6, 12-strung amd slide guitars, vocals;
Ian Hunt, guitar, vocals [1-2, 5, 7, 9-13, 15-17, 19];
John Turner, double bass [5, 9-10, 12, 15-16, 19];
Ian Turner, bongos [5, 9-10, 12, 15-16, 19];
Andy Leggett, recorder [5, 9-10, 12, 15-16, 19];
Pique Withers, drums [1-2, 7, 11, 13];
Peter Descindis, bass guitar [1-2, 7, 11, 13];
Kipps Brown, organ [1-2, 7, 11, 13];
Mike Cooper, National guitar [3-4, 8, 14, 18];
Les Calvert, bass guitar [3-4, 8, 14, 18];
Ian Foster, drums [3-4, 8, 14, 18];
Pete Siddons, bouzouki [3-4, 8, 14, 18];
Maggie Holland, bass guitar [6, 20]

Tracks

  1. Time Is Ripe (4.24)
  2. One More Chance (4.07)
  3. Marie Celeste on Down (3.14)
  4. Hey Space Piloy (3.29)
  5. Mr Cornelius (2.37)
  6. A Sign of the Times (3.14)
  7. Policeman's Ball (2.24)
  8. The Western Wind (5.11)
  9. Goblets & Elms (1.27)
  10. The Maker / The Man in the High Castle / The Last Conjuring (6.55)
  11. Number 61 (4.38)
  12. Silent Night No.2 (4.00)
  13. The Survivor (4.20)
  14. Shirley Temple Meets Hawkwind (3.45)
  15. Hero (5.34)
  16. The Worm (3.13)
  17. Edges (3.15)
  18. Paint It, Black (2.55)
  19. Please Readjust Your Time (3.07)
  20. Baby Let Me Dance With You (2.45)

All tracks by Ian A. Anderson except
Track 18 Mick Jagger, Keith Richards;
Track 20 trad. arr. Ian A. Anderson

Tracks 5, 9-10, 12, 15-16, 19 from Royal York Crescent (Village Thing VTS3, 1970);
Tracks 1-2, 7, 11, 13 from A Vulture Is Not a Bird You Can Trust (Village Thing VTS9, 1971);
Tracks 3-4, 8, 14, 18 from Singer Sleeps On As Blaze Rages (Village Thing VTS18, 1972);
Track 17 recorded in 1970, previously unreleased;
Tracks 6, 20 recorded in 1973, previously unreleased

> Folk Music > Records > Ian A. Anderson: Almost the Country Blues

Ian A. Anderson: Almost the Country Blues

Ian A. Anderson: Almost the Country Blues (Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7050)

Almost the Country Blues
Lo-Fi Debris from the Dregs of Time
EPs & Extras 1966-1969
Ian A. Anderson

Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7050 (CD, UK, 23 May 2016)

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Tracks 11-13 recorded by Gef Lucena at Saydisc/Matchbox, Friends Meeting House, Frenchay, Bristol;
Remastered by Duncan Cowell at Sound Mastering;
Original cover illustration by Joe Gedrych

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, vocals, acoustic guitar, 9-string guitar [7], National ‘Don’ steel guitar [2, 4, 9, 11], wood-body resonator guitar [11]

with
Al Jones, 12-string guitar [10, 13], vocals [13];
Elliot Jackson, harmonica [1, 3, 5-7, 10, 12-13];
Mike Cooper, National Triolian steel guitar [2];
Chris Turner, harmonica [2];
Adrian ‘Putty’ Pietryga, acoustic guitar [5];
Noel ‘King George VI’ Sheldon, jug [13]

Tracks

  1. Cottonfield Blues (2.33)
  2. The Inverted World (2.35)
  3. Shake 'Em on Down (2.42)
  4. Little Queen of Spades (4.03)
  5. Friday Evening Blues (2.48)
  6. Big Road Blues (2.54)
  7. If Your Man Gets Personal (2.06)
  8. Rowdy Blues (2.59)
  9. Don't You Want to Go (2.35)
  10. Louise (5.16)
  11. West Country Blues (3.02)
  12. Tom Rushen Blues (3.23)
  13. Beedle Um Bum (2.01)
  14. Sleepy Lynne (demo) (2.57)
  15. Baby Bye You Bye (live) (4.16)
  16. Get Back Into Town (live) (4.19)

Tracks 7, 10, 13 from the EP Anderson, Jones, Jackson, recorded December 1966;
Tracks 1, 3, 6, 12 from the EP Almost the Country Blues, recorded December 1967;
Tracks 5, 8 from the LP Blues Like Showers of Rain, recorded April 1968;
Tracks 2, 4, 9, 11, 13 from the LP Mike Cooper, Ian A. Anderson: The Inverted World, recorded October/November 1968;
Track 14 demo, London, May 1969;
Track 15 live in Geel, Belgium, 15 November 1969;
Track 16 live in Farnham, Surrey, 12 September 1969

> Folk Music > Records > Ian A. Anderson: Deathfolk Blues Revisited

Ian A. Anderson: Deathfolk Blues Revisited

Ian A. Anderson: Deathfolk Blues Revisited (Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7052)

Deathfolk Blues Revisited
Ian A. Anderson

Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7052 (CD, UK, 30 September 2017)

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Recorded by Ian A. Anderson in The Basement, Clifton Village, Bristol;
Designed by Jali Roll Martian

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, 1979 Thornbory acoustic and slide guitars, 7-string Messer resonator guitar

Tracks

  1. Keep Your Hands Off Her (2.46)
  2. A Fool Such As I (3.02)
  3. Pretty Polly (Roud 15; Laws P36B) (3.54)
  4. I Love the Life I Live (2.37)
  5. Break 'Em On Down (3.06)
  6. Fair and Tender Ladies (Roud 451) (4.48)
  7. The Wreck of the Northfleet (Roud 1174) (4.23)
  8. Crazy Fool Mumble (3.38)

Track 1 Big Bill Broonzy, Huddie Ledbetter (Lead Belly);
Track 2 Bill Trader;
Track 3, 5-6 trad.;
Track 4 Willie Dixon;
Track 5 Big Joe Williams;
Track 6 Ian A. Anderson

> Folk Music > Records > Ian A. Anderson: Onwards!

Ian A. Anderson: Onwards!

Ian A. Anderson: Onwards! (Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7053)

Onwards!
50 Years of Deathfolk, Blues, Psych-Fi, Trad & World Twang
Ian A. Anderson

Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7053 (CD, UK, 4 January 2019)

Onwards! The Photos
Ian A. Anderson

Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7053-BK (book w/ CD, UK, 4 January 2019)

Ian A. Anderson: Onwards! (Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7053-BK)
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Recorded by Ian A. Anderson in The Basement, Clifton Village, Bristol;
Designed by Jali Roll Martian

Musicians

Ian A. Anderson, guitar [1-2, 4, 6-8, 10, 12, 14-16, 21], National ‘Don’ steel guitar [3], overdrive acoustic guitar [5, 17], electric slide guitar [9, 20], 12-string guitar [11, 19], electric guitar [13], slide guitar [18], vocals [1-5, 7-8, 10-17, 19];
Ian Hunt, guitar [1, 14, 19];
John Turner, double bass [1, 5];
Maggie Holland, bass guitar [2, 8-9, 13, 16, 18, 20], acoustic bass guitar [7, 15], vocals [2, 7-8];
Martin Simpson, banjo [2], vocals [2];
Chris Turner, harmonica [3];
Rob Rowe, bass guitar [3];
Bob Hall, piano [3];
Ben Mandelson, mandolin [4];
electric fuzz guitar [10];
Al Jones, guitar [5];
Mox, flute [5, 17];
Keith Christmas, bongoes [5];
Rod Stradling, melodeon [8-9, 16, 20];
Sue Harris, hammered dulcimer [8];
Nic Jones, fiddle [8];
John Kirkpatrick, concertina [8];
Dave Peabody, harmonica [8, 13];
Jon Moore, electric guitar [9], rhythm guitar [20];
Chris Coe, hammered dulcimer [9, 16], vocals [16];
John Maxwell, drums [9, 20];
Lu Edmonds, electric saz [10];
Geoff Nicholls, drums [13];
Abdul Tee-Jay, lead guitar and animateur [20];
Hijaz Mustapha, animateur [20];
Bob Sinfield, wireless world [20];
unknown bird, twitter [21]

Tracks

  1. Ian A. Anderson: Hero (5.34)
  2. Hot Vultures: The Spring of '65 (3.53)
  3. Ian Anderson's Country Blues Band: Get in That Swing (3.17)
  4. The False Beards: A Sign of the Times / Dorsiflexion (4.04)
  5. Ian A. Anderson: Galactic Wings (And Other Tales) (3.35)
  6. Ian A. Anderson: The Man in the High Castle (1.55)
  7. Hot Vultures: Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance (2.18)
  8. The English Country Blues Band: Baby What You Want Me to Do (3.26)
  9. Tiger Moth: ’Smarlon (2.20)
  10. Blue Blokes 3: Lord Allenwater (Roud 89; Child 208) (6.05)
  11. Ian A. Anderson: The Western Wind (4.51)
  12. Ian A. Anderson: Time Is Ripe (4.23)
  13. Ian A. Anderson: Everybody's Killing Me (2.29)
  14. Ian A. Anderson: Pretty Polly (Roud 15; Laws P36B) (3.54)
  15. Hot Vultures: The Preacher's Blues (2.26)
  16. The English Country Blues Band: Lovin' Henry (Roud 47; Child 68) (4.05)
  17. Ian A. Anderson: Anthem (You Can Go On Forever) (3.55)
  18. Hot Vultures: Aloha, Aloha, What's All This ’Ere Then (1.37)
  19. Ian A. Anderson: Ginger Man (2.37)
  20. Orchestre Super Moth: Radio Polka International (2.51)
  21. Ian A. Anderson: Goblets & Elms (1.26)

Tracks 1, 3-6, 11-13, 17-18, 21 Ian A. Anderson;
Tracks 2, 14-16 trad. arr. Ian A. Anderson;
Track 7 Henry Thomas, adapted Bob Dylan, arr. Ian A. Anderson;
Track 8 Jimmy Reed, adapted & arr. Ian A. Anderson;
Tracks 9, 20 trad. arr. Tiger Moth;
Track 10 trad. arr. Ian A. Anderson, Lu Edmonds, Ben Mandelson;
Track 19 Geoff Muldaur, adapted & arr. Ian A. Anderson

Track 1, 21 from Ian A. Anderson: Royal York Crescent (LP, Village Thing, 1970);
Track 2 from Hot Vultures: Up the Line (LP, Plant Life, 1979);
Track 3 from Ian Anderson's Country Blues Band: Stereo Death Breakdown (LP, Liberty, 1969);
Track 4 from The False Beards: Ankle (CD, Ghosts from the Basement, 2013);
Tracks 5, 17 from Ian A. Anderson: Book of Changes (LP, Fontana, 1970);
Tracks 6, 19 from an Ian A. Anderson radio session, London, 1970;
Tracks 7, 15 from a Hot Vultures radio session, Santa Monica, California, 1980;
Track 8 from The English Country Blues Band: No Rules (LP, Dingle's, 1982);
Track 9 from Tiger Moth: Tiger Moth (LP, Rogue, 1984);
Track 10 from Blue Blokes 3: Stubble (CD, Fledg'ling, 2008);
Track 11 from Ian A. Anderson: Singer Sleeps On As Blaze Rages (LP, Village Thing, 1972);
Track 12 from Ian A. Anderson: A Vulture Is Not a Bird You Can Trust (LP, Village Thing, 1971);
Track 13 from Ian A. Anderson & Mike Cooper: The Continuous Preaching Blues (LP, Appaloosa, 1985);
Track 14 from Ian A. Anderson: Deathfolk Blues Revisited (CD, Ghosts from the Basement, 2017);
Track 16 from The English Country Blues Band: Home and Deranged (LP, Rogue, 1983);
Track 18 from Hot Vultures: The East Street Shakes (LP, Red Rag, 1977);
Track 20 from Orchestre Super Moth: The World at Sixes and Sevens (EP, Rogue, 1989)

> Folk Music > Records > Ian A. Anderson

Other records with Ian A. Anderson

Besides being with Hot Vultures, The English Country Blues Band, and Tiger Moth / Orchestre Super Moth, Ian A. Anderson played on these records:

Les Barker, Dogmatic, LP, Avada AVA 111, 1980

Jali House Rock (Rogue BFMSD 5019) Various, Jali House Rock, CD, Rogue BFMSD 5019, 1989

Tarika Sammy, Fanafody, CD, Rogue FMSD 5020, 1991

Ghosts from the Basement (Weekend Beatnik WEBE 9046) Various Artists, Ghosts from the Basement, CD, Weekend Beatnik WEBE 9046, 2010

Dembo Konte, Kansu Kuyateh & The Jali Roll Orchestra, Jali Roll, CD, Rogue FMSD 5024, 1992

Bob Copper, Prostrate with Dismal, EP, Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7048, 2014