Ian A. Anderson - A Vulture Is Not a Bird You Can... mp3 downloadPerformer: Ian A. Anderson
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Ian A. Anderson - A Vulture Is Not a Bird You Can... mp3 download
You can change this preference below. Bass – John Turner, Peter Drums – Pique Withers Guitar, Vocals – Ian A. Anderson, Ian Hunt Harmonica – Keith Warmington Organ – Kipps Brown.
Primary Artist, Vocals.
A Vulture Is Not A Bird You Can Trust. 12" vinyl album) The Village Thing VTS9 (1971) Supporting artists: Ian Hunt (guitar), Pique Withers (drums), Peter The Bass (bass guitar), Kipps Brown (keyboards), John Turner (double bass), Keith Warmington (harmonica) Tracks: One More Chance. Another Normal Day. Bound To Lose. You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover. The Road To Marazion. We Got Hard Times Now.
First inspired by ancient folk blues records, Ian A Anderson (no, not that one!) was caught up in the late 1960s blues boom, mentored by Alexis Korner and supported by radio DJs like John Peel. Following a series of indie-label EPs his first proper album Stereo Death Breakdown came out on Liberty/UA in 1969 to coincide with a national tour on which Ian Anderson’s Country Blues Band supported US blues legend Mississippi Fred McDowell
Ian Scott Anderson MBE (born 10 August 1947) is a Scottish-born musician, singer, songwriter and t best known for his work as the lead vocalist, flautist and acoustic guitarist of British rock band Jethro Tull. Anderson plays several other musical instruments, including keyboards, bass guitar, bouzouki, balalaika, saxophone, harmonica, and a variety of whistles
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Photo-Illustration: Maya Robinson/Vulture. Ranking the films of Wes Anderson feels like a fool’s game, because he’s an auteur’s auteur, with a sensibility so rigorously defined and articulated that you’re either inclined to embrace it fully or reject it completely. He doesn’t do failed experiments or gun-for-hire studio projects or one-offs in a minor key. And though his commercial fortunes have waxed and waned, there’s no evidence that he’s ever cared to fit into the marketplace - or even would know how to do so if he could
He first came to prominence as a member of the Bristol based country blues scene of the 1960s, performing live and on record, both solo and with Mike Cooper. The middle initial was added at a later date to avoid confusion with Ian Anderson of the band Jethro Tull. In the early 1970s he founded the record label The Village Thing, for which he was also a producer. This label "championed" a number of folk musicians, predominantly from the Bristol area.
Time Is Ripe (Ian A. Anderson) from A Vulture Is Not A Bird You Can Trust (VTS9). Ian A. Anderson (guitar, voice), Ian Hunt (guitar). Recorded September 1971 at Rockfield, Monmouth. Produced by Ian Anderson, engineered by Kingsley Ward & Ralph Down. from Ghosts From The Basement, released April 9, 2014.
CreditsIan A. Anderson - Primary Artist, Vocals
Kipps Brown - Organ
John Turner - Bass
Keith Warmington - Harmonica
Pick Withers - Drums