Saturday, June 13, 2009

by ZenBa

Ian A. Anderson - Book of Changes (1970)


Al Jones (Guitar)
Bob Rowe (Bass)
Bobbye Hall (Piano)
Dave Jeff (Harmonica)
John Turner (Bass)
Keith Christmas (Drums)
Mel Right (Drums)

01. Edges
02. Internal Combustion Rag
03. Anthem
04. Stop and Listen
05. Sleepy Lynne
06. Number 61
07. Paint It, Black
08. Mouse Hunt
09. Put It in a Frame
10. Book of Changes
11. Galactic Wings (and other tales)
12. De 12-Bore Blues

Ailis said...
OK guys, here is The Book Of Changes with # 12, De 12-Bore Blues, with a length of 6.09 minutes, and additional applause of 26 seconds....I hope that will be long enough ;)

DL


Ian A. Anderson - Royal York Crescent (1970)


01. No Way to Get Along
02. Please Readjust Your Time
03. Goblets and Elms
04. Shining Grey
05. The Worm
06. Hero
07. Silent Night No. 2
08. Mr Cornelius
09. The Maker / The Man in the High Castle / The Last Conjuring
10. Ginger Man
11. Working Man

Ian A. Anderson - vocal & guitar
Ian Hunt - 2nd guitar B vocal
John Turner - String bass & piano
Ian turner - Bongoes
Andy Leggett - Whistle & Recorder
latter three plus Pete siddons and sun also Rise for assistance on " working man


DL (fixed)


Ian A. Anderson - A Vulture Is Not A Bird You Can Trust (1971)


Ian Hunt (guitar)
Pique Withers (drums)
Peter The Bass (bass guitar)
Kipps Brown (keyboards)
John Turner (double bass)
Keith Warmington (harmonica)

01. One More Chance
02. Black Uncle Remus
03. Policeman's Ball
04. Edges
05. The Survivor
06. Well... Alright
07. Time Is Ripe
08. Wishing the World Away
09. One Too Many Mornings
10. Number 61


Ian A. Anderson - Singer Sleeps On as Blaze Rages (1972)


Mike Cooper's Machine Gun Company
Roland Van Campenhout (harmonica)
Pete Siddons (bouzouki)
Maggie Holland (guitar)

01. Hey, Space Pilot
02. Marie Celeste On Down
03. Spider John
04. A Sign of the Times
05. Paper and Smoke
06. Paint it, Black
07. Pretty Peggyo
08. The Western Wind
09. Out of the Side
10. Shirley Temple Meets Hawkwind


DL (fixed)


So much thanks to ZenBa for these!!
This will be one of the highlight of entire Time Has Told Me posts!


Still wait for Ian A. Anderson & Mike Cooper's "The Inverted World".
Please let us know if you have...

42 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amazing! I've been hoping to hear these since Time Has Told Me first began! Thank you! Four tracks is a pleasure!

14 June, 2009 01:14  
Blogger ZenBa said...

Ian A. Anderson's Country Blues Band - Stereo Death Breakdown (UK 1968)

http://sharebee.com/25825e61

14 June, 2009 01:18  
Blogger ZenBa said...

uploading on rapidshare 4 albums, wait

14 June, 2009 01:19  
Anonymous TVel said...

I just have to comment again-- these are SO good! I can't believe Ian Anderson is against reissuing them. I hope someone has the whole versions. Love what I'm hearing.

14 June, 2009 01:42  
Blogger ZenBa said...

ian (a.) anderson - 1972 - A Vulture Is Not a Bird You Can Trust (1972 UK) @256
ian (a.) anderson - 1972 - singer sleeps on as blaze rages (village thing lp) (vbr)

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/244146214/Ian_A.02.rar.html

ian (a.) anderson - 1970 - book of changes (fontana lp) (vbr)
ian (a.) anderson - 1970 - royal york crescent (village thing lp) (vbr)

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/244146528/Ian_A.01.rar.html

ZenBa
Greetings from Zenica, Bosnia

14 June, 2009 02:04  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe thanks to polvere for ripping them is in place ?

14 June, 2009 04:06  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Would have really liked to have heard these 'gems' but rapidshare only allows 10 downloads and that limit has been reached - is there any chance of re-uploading?


Please! Please! Please!

14 June, 2009 07:35  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for this highlight - which unfortunately could only be downloaded 10 times ... Any chance of uploading it to sharebee again - so that it might last a little longer? Warmly appreciated, thanks, dan-the-man

14 June, 2009 08:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

such a tease...please fix download link. eternally grateful.......

14 June, 2009 09:42  
Blogger Private Beach said...

Good to hear these again after so many years - thanks! I've been looking out for "De 12-Bore Blues" for ages - I still remember Ian playing it live in the folk clubs in Bristol. Keith Christmas was another regular on the Bristol scene in those days, as was Fred Wedlock.

As for Royal York Crescent, I had friends who lived there in my university days, and I recall spending many late nights in their flat listening to "Blonde on Blonde" and "Songs of Leonard Cohen".

14 June, 2009 12:34  
Blogger Private Beach said...

Then I download, and find "De 12-Bore Blues" is cut short! Can anyone please post the full version? Or reactivate the other posting with the 10-download limit? Thanks in anticipation.

14 June, 2009 13:52  
Blogger ZenBa said...

reup

http://rapidshare.com/files/244335478/Ian_A.01.rar

14 June, 2009 16:23  
Blogger ZenBa said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/244340858/Ian_A.02.rar

14 June, 2009 16:44  
Blogger Xaverick said...

thank you so much !

14 June, 2009 18:11  
Blogger Ailis said...

OK guys, here is The Book Of Changes with # 12, De 12-Bore Blues, with a length of 6.09 minutes, and additional applause of 26 seconds....
I hope that will be long enough ;)

http://rapidshare.com/files/244373066/IAA-BOC.rar

14 June, 2009 18:50  
Anonymous Carlos said...

Many thankx for this records.

14 June, 2009 22:15  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Zenba,

Thank you so much!! This is a great gift to the folk community.

TV

15 June, 2009 05:19  
Blogger Private Beach said...

Thanks very much, ZenBa and Allis.

"De 12-Bore Blues" is one of the 2 great blues parodies of the period, the other being the Bonzo Dog Band's "Can Blue Men Sing The Whites". Probably nowadays it would fall victim to political correctness and never get released.

15 June, 2009 18:03  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks to ZenBa and everyone for allowing me to hear this great material.

15 June, 2009 21:57  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for the reup! (The two versions of Book of Changes (1970) have the same music except that the first one is seperated in the wrong way.)

Would also be interested to hear "The Inverted World".

dan-the-man

18 June, 2009 06:52  
Blogger ZenBa said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/245879885/Mike_Cooper___Ian_Anderson_-_TCPB__1985_UK__1996_CD___bonus__by_ZenBa.rar

Mike Cooper & Ian A. Anderson - The Continuous Preaching Blues

Recorded summer '84 at Gateway Studio London
LP 1985 Appaloosa Italy
CD 1996 Appaloosa Italy + bonus

18 June, 2009 21:35  
Blogger ZenBa said...

ohohooooooooooo...

260 downloads

18 June, 2009 21:39  
Blogger Kadek55 said...

WONDERFUL!!

Thanks a lot...

19 June, 2009 20:48  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thaaanks-aah-lot!

dan-the-man

19 June, 2009 22:13  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks thanks thanks
Gracias gracias gracias ...

Simon House

19 June, 2009 23:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm going to assume that the previous was sent by 'the' Simon House and say, through the blog of course, many thanks Simon for all you've given to the British underground scene.

22 June, 2009 07:02  
Anonymous Ian A Anderson said...

I'd be very grateful if this stuff could be removed. It has been put here without my permission. I am not proud of these albums, one of which was even originally released under duress. I have made sure that these albums have stayed unavailable for decades by turning down all (in some cases lucrative) requests for their re-issue. Finding them now made available illegally is distressing and disrespectful, to say the least. Thank you.

22 June, 2009 07:06  
Blogger ZenBa said...

I ma sorry Ian, Links deleted.

Thank You for great music.

22 June, 2009 15:32  
Blogger Kadek55 said...

It's very sad to hear that Ian is not proud of his albums.
I think they are wonderful and I enjoy his music very much.

27 June, 2009 02:10  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reup please this rare records

Suzie

03 July, 2009 23:55  
Blogger blueunclechas said...

Great blog! Does nayone have Mike Cooper-Trout Steel?
Please Post.
BUC

15 July, 2009 12:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The links are dead, reup please please please please please...

Suzie

02 August, 2009 06:52  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ma li vogliamo rimettere questi links o no, maremma maiala ?

Aspettando Godot

31 October, 2009 08:08  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

According to his MySpace page - myspace.com/vulturama - he may have relented, perhaps as a result of the Bristol Folk book and other appreciations - www.bristol-folk.co.uk It looks like there's a 'best of' CD coming out in 2010.

15 November, 2009 07:07  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm waiting for new links, if possible enter the end of the year..
wake up !!

Suzanne (take you down)

03 June, 2010 19:18  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Finally I found the links of these rare albums in another site; sorry Mr. Anderson but his records are unavailable for years and there are no reprints on CD

Simon House

05 October, 2010 04:49  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for your help Simon, you're the best

a kiss Suzanne

16 November, 2010 07:19  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hmm... he's "not proud" of these records made under duress for a label he was the creator and producer of. that's pretty weird!

i'm sorry but this is the digital age, you can't really supress anything even if it's "yours". if people want it they are going to get it one way or another.

release this music Mr. Anderson there is obviously some demand for it. otherwise lighten up! seeing this note from you caused me to search for and download not only these recordings but several others of yours... everything i could find in fact. i don't mind free downloads of music when it is otherwise unavailable. maybe you should have left well enough alone?

btw i like the music very much - so thank you, sort of!

-anonymous music fan

19 July, 2011 02:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm agree for the last Anonymous comment, if I can't find the album (vinyl,CD) there are no alternatives, downloaded it..

Stephanie says

10 September, 2011 18:42  
Blogger Titovius-Erectus said...

Hi,
Is there any chance to re-upload albums by Ian A. Anderson? The old download links are dead.
Many thanks and regards.

23 August, 2015 04:32  
Blogger Lizardson said...

to Titovius-Erectus
Sorry but Ian himself said at this comment section like this

Ian A Anderson said...
I'd be very grateful if this stuff could be removed. It has been put here without my permission. I am not proud of these albums, one of which was even originally released under duress. I have made sure that these albums have stayed unavailable for decades by turning down all (in some cases lucrative) requests for their re-issue. Finding them now made available illegally is distressing and disrespectful, to say the least. Thank you.
22 JUNE, 2009 07:06

26 August, 2015 11:38  
Blogger Titovius-Erectus said...

Oh, thanks a lot. Sorry, missed that comment. Can't really figure out why Ian ain't proud of these albums. And what is more interesting - a number of tracks from these albums are available for free streaming on his bandcamp page...

27 August, 2015 01:12  

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