Playlist Of Ian A. Anderson

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    Ian A. Anderson-One Too Many Mornings

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    Ian A. Anderson-One Too Many Mornings

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    The Worm - Ian A Anderson

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    Ian A. Anderson - acoustic guitar

    Heavy Drummer (Ian Turner) - bongoes

    Originally on the 1970 Village Thing LP Royal York Crescent, remastered for the CD Time Is Ripe, Weekend Beatnik WEBE 9045.

    Uploaded with full permission from the copyright owners.

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    Ian A Anderson-One More Chance

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    Ian A Anderson-One More Chance

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    Goblets & Elms - Ian A. Anderson

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    Originally on the 1970 Village Thing LP Royal York Crescent, remastered for the Ian A. Anderson CD Time Is Ripe, Weekend Beatnik WEBE 9045.

    Uploaded with full permission from the copyright owners.

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    Ian A Anderson : Galactic Wings

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    The doubtful results of reading too many sci-fi and fantasy novels! Ian A Anderson (vocal, acoustic guitar), Al Jones (lead acoustic guitar), Mox (flute), Keith Christmas (bongoes), John Turner (double bass). Recorded London 1969, engineered by John Iles.

    Uploaded with full permission of the artist/ songwriter.

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    Mike Cooper & Ian A Anderson : Preachin Blues

    7:12

    Or you should have heard the long version . . .

    Mike Cooper (vocal, acoustic National guitar & electric lap slide guitar), Ian A Anderson (electric bottleneck guitar), Michael Messer (electric Dobro & rhythm guitar), Maggie Holland (bass), Geoff Nichols (drums).

    Recorded 1984 at Gateway Studio London, engineered by Pascval Gabriel, produced by Dave Peabody, Mike Cooper and Ian A Anderson for Rogue Productions. Released by Appaloosa, Italy, 1985.

    Uploaded with full permission of the Artists and Rogue Productions.

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    Ian A. Anderson UK - a_1. Edges.

    3:16

    Lp: Book Of Changes, 1971 - Fontana.

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    Ian A Anderson : Everybodys Killing Me

    2:33

    Just because you're paranoid, it doesn't mean they aren't out to get you!

    Ian A Anderson (vocal, electric guitar), Dave Peabody (harmonica), Maggie Holland (bass), Geoff Nichols (drums).

    Recorded 1984 at Gateway Studio London, engineered by Pascal Gabriel, produced by Dave Peabody, Mike Cooper and Ian A Anderson for Rogue Productions. Released by Appaloosa, Italy, 1985 on the album The Continuous Preaching Blues.

    Uploaded with full permission of the Artist, Songwriter and Rogue Productions.

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    Ian A. Anderson- Anthem

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    Ian A. Anderson- Anthem

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    Ian Anderson + Cady Coleman flute duet in space

    2:20

    NASA Astronaut Cady Coleman, Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson Perform First Space-Earth Duet. NASA Astronaut Cady Coleman, circling Earth aboard the International Space Station, and musician Ian Anderson, founder of the rock band Jethro Tull, joined together for the first space-Earth duet.

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    Ian Anderson from Jethro Tull with Bruce Dickinson - Jerusalem

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    Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson plays a christmas concert in Canterbury Cathedral with special guest Bruce Dickinson from Iron Maiden

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    Ian A Anderson - The Survivor

    4:31

    From the album 'A Vulture is not a Bird You Can Trust', 1971.

    This recording was copied from vinyl to cassette in the 1980s, then recently to digital and then cleaned up using Wave Repair.

    (There is no video with this song)

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    Ian Anderson Of Jethro Tull On Playing Guitar

    4:53

    Ian Anderson Of Jethro Tull On Playing Guitar

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    Thick As A Brick 2 - Ian Anderson on BBC Breakfast 10.4.2012

    7:02

    Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson talks about Thick As A Brick 2, released forty years after the original TAAB.

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    PFM & Ian Anderson - Bouree - Live Prog Exhibition

    6:13

    Premiata Forneria Marconi & Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) - Prog Exhibition 2010 - 40 anni di musica immaginifica - Live in Rome

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    Ian Anderson flute solo 1976

    7:10

    He was GREAT in 1976 - and now he isn't worse!!

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    Ian Anderson / Jethro Tull / - Bouree

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    Ian Anderson plays the orchestral Jethro Tull feat. Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt
    Conducted by O'Hara.
    Featuring:
    Ian Anderson - Flute
    James Duncan - Drums and Percussion
    John O'Hara - Keyboards and Accordion
    Florian Opahle - Acoustic and Electric Guitars

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    Ian Anderson - Heavy Horses. Kiev, 09.03.2017

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    Ian Andersons Country Blues Band - New Lonesome Day

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    From the album Stereo Death Breakdown, recorded winter '69/'69, originally released on Liberty on spring '69 and re-issued on CD in 2009 (Fledg'ling FLED 3073). With special guest singer Annie Matthews. Both Annie and harmonica player Chris Turner were about 17 or 18 at the time!

    Ian Anderson (National steel guitar)
    Annie Matthews (vocal)
    Chris Turner (harmonica)
    Bob Rowe (bass).

    Produced by Sandy Roberton, engineered by Nick Ryan.

    Recording and publishing © Ian Anderson: uploaded with full ownership/ permission

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    Ian Anderson Orchestral Life is a Long Song 06/20

    4:47

    Ian Anderson Orchestral Life is a Long Song

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    Sanctuary -Ian Anderson

    5:01

    Song by Ian Anderson-from the album The Secret Language of birds.--

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    Mike Cooper & Ian Anderson - The Inverted World

    2:36

    Country blues instrumental recorded 1968, title track of the album on Matchbox Records. Re-issued 1997 on the CD compilation Matchbox Days (Ace/ Big Beat CDWIKD 168, still available)

    Mike Cooper : slide National steel guitar
    Ian Anderson: National steel guitar
    Chris Turner: harmonica

    Recording, publishing, all images © Ian Anderson & Mike Cooper: uploaded with full permission.

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    Ian Anderson - A Better Moon

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    Another track off of Ian Anderson's solo album Secret Language Of Birds.

    Lyrics - I see you better now, shaded in deeper blue.
    Hardly needing to carry the find-your-way lamp
    down to the river.
    Tonight flies a better moon.

    Sad water buffalo lie fast near the shallows;
    a splash revealing the fly-catching fishes.
    Dark Gods silently watching.
    Tonight flies a better moon.

    I guess you've known lovers here, compliant in passion;
    softly laid in the old reed bed, harshly
    lit in the noon sun.
    Tonight flies a better moon.

    Now cloaked in this milky light, new as the virgin dawn,
    shrouded sweetly in all kinds of mystery,
    you turn, smile and then are gone.
    Tonight flies a better moon

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    Ian Andersons Country Blues Band - Crazy Fool Mumble

    2:49

    (My Babe She Ain't Nothing But A Doggone) Crazy Fool Mumble
    Ian Anderson Country Blues Band from - Stereo Death Breakdown
    p.1969 Ian Anderson. c.2009 A Wing and a Prayer Ltd. (Fledg'ling Records)
    Also in Playlist: Son of Gutbucket ~ Full Album ~ Liberty Sampler '69

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    Bruce Dickinson and Ian Anderson - Revelations

    3:52

    Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden) and Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) performing Revelations live at Canterbury Rock at Christmas (2011)

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    Ian Anderson - Doggerland

    4:20

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    Ian Anderson - Divinities - In A Stone Circle

    3:28

    Ian Anderson From Album Divinities - In A Stone Circle

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    Jethro Tull Ian Anderson Locomotive Breath Classical

    7:32

    Ian plays with The Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt

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    Ian Anderson - Enter The Uninvited

    4:12

    For more info on Homo Erraticus visit:
    Order the Deluxe Edition:
    CD+DVD-V:
    2LP:
    Download:
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    Homo Erraticus is the third album to feature Gerald Bostock, who first appeared in 1972′s Jethro Tull release 'Thick As A Brick', then returned in Anderson's 'Thick As A Brick 2' in 2012.

    In the clip he explains how the political hot potato of migration inspired Homo Erraticus, observing: As Gerald Bostock says, 'We're all from somewhere else -- get over it.'
    The full interview is available as part of 'Homo Erraticus' Deluxe Edition is OUT NOW via Anderson's imprint Calliandra Records and Kscope.

    PRESS RELEASE

    Legendary prog pioneer Ian Anderson has announced the imminent release of new studio album Homo Erraticus. The record is OUT NOW on the artist's own label imprint Calliandra Records in conjunction with Kscope, to coincide with Anderson's 2014 UK tour.

    In 1972 Jethro Tull released iconic concept album Thick As A Brick, based on a poem by child prodigy Gerald Bostock; in 2012, as fans wondered what happened to Bostock, Ian Anderson explored the different paths his life might have taken in Thick As A Brick 2. With Homo Erraticus enfant prodigy Gerald is back for real.

    Following a 40 years' political career, Bostock reunited with Anderson taking the role of tour manager on a string of shows. Homo Erraticus marks his return to songwriting, and it's based on an unpublished manuscript by amateur historian Ernest T. Parritt (1865-1928).

    In Homo Erraticus Parritt examines key events of British history with a string of prophecies stretching to the current day and the future; visions of past lives caused by the delirium of malaria generate the characters through whose eyes the stories are told, including a nomadic Neolithic settler, an iron Age blacksmith, a Christian monk, a turnpike innkeeper and even Prince Albert.

    The album is available in the current formats;

    Deluxe Edition
    A limited edition deluxe 4 disc set presented in a 60 page hardback book, including DVD interview disc, bonus CD with audio documentary and 'hotel demos', and a 5.1 surround mix of the album on DVD.


    CD/DVD-V
    A limited 2 disc digibook edition, including a 5.1 surround mix of the album on DVD and a 24 page booklet.


    Double Vinyl
    A double vinyl edition of the album pressed on heavyweight (180g) vinyl with a screen printed fourth side. Packaged in a gatefold sleeve with an 8 page booklet.


    The album release will be followed by an extensive UK tour, where Homo Erraticus will be performed in its entirety followed by a selection of Tull classics updated with video and theatrics.

    Ian Anderson recently won The Prog God Award from Prog Magazine, celebrating the innovators of rock who have inspired generations and carved a way for others to be at their creative best. There is no one who has pushed the boundaries more than Ian Anderson, who to this day remains immersed in his love for the music.

    Fronting seminal Prog outfit Jethro Tull and as a solo artist, Ian Anderson has performed in more than 54 countries over 45 years; he is widely considered an icon of the genre and he's recognised as the one who introduced the flute to rock music. With over 60 million albums sold in their career, Tull have been characterised by Anderson's trademark acoustic textures, created with ethnic flutes and whistles together with acoustic guitar and the mandolin family of instruments. In his most recent solo shows, Anderson has played with orchestras, string quartets and featured soloists. His eclectic acoustic performances are also a hit with fans of the genre.

    For more info on Homo Erraticus visit:
    Order the Deluxe Edition:
    CD+DVD-V:
    2LP:
    Download:
    Stream:

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    Ian Anderson: Remembering Glenn Cornick

    7:41

    Several weeks before the Musical Storytellers: A Memorial for Glenn Cornick event, I had the opportunity to meet with Ian Anderson in Southern California before one of his shows to record a memorial tribute to my father. Not knowing what to expect, I was pleasantly blown away by the kindness Ian exhibited allowing me to video tape him remembering my father. Ian and I were able to share nearly an hour of memories and stories that allowed me to learn and understand more of my father. Here is a shortened version of our conversation.

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    Ian Anderson - The Making of Homo Erraticus

    2:03

    For more info on Homo Erraticus visit:
    Order the Deluxe Edition:
    CD+DVD-V:
    2LP:
    Download:
    Stream:

    Homo Erraticus is the third album to feature Gerald Bostock, who first appeared in 1972′s Jethro Tull release 'Thick As A Brick', then returned in Anderson's 'Thick As A Brick 2' in 2012.

    In the clip he explains how the political hot potato of migration inspired Homo Erraticus, observing: As Gerald Bostock says, 'We're all from somewhere else -- get over it.'
    The full interview is available as part of 'Homo Erraticus' Deluxe Edition OUT NOW via Anderson's imprint Calliandra Records and Kscope.

    PRESS RELEASE

    Legendary prog pioneer Ian Anderson has announced the imminent release of new studio album Homo Erraticus. The record will be out on 14th April on the artist's own label imprint Calliandra Records in conjunction with Kscope, to coincide with Anderson's 2014 UK tour.

    In 1972 Jethro Tull released iconic concept album Thick As A Brick, based on a poem by child prodigy Gerald Bostock; in 2012, as fans wondered what happened to Bostock, Ian Anderson explored the different paths his life might have taken in Thick As A Brick 2. With Homo Erraticus enfant prodigy Gerald is back for real.

    Following a 40 years' political career, Bostock reunited with Anderson taking the role of tour manager on a string of shows. Homo Erraticus marks his return to songwriting, and it's based on an unpublished manuscript by amateur historian Ernest T. Parritt (1865-1928).

    In Homo Erraticus Parritt examines key events of British history with a string of prophecies stretching to the current day and the future; visions of past lives caused by the delirium of malaria generate the characters through whose eyes the stories are told, including a nomadic Neolithic settler, an iron Age blacksmith, a Christian monk, a turnpike innkeeper and even Prince Albert.

    The album will be available in the current formats;

    Deluxe Edition
    A limited edition deluxe 4 disc set presented in a 60 page hardback book, including DVD interview disc, bonus CD with audio documentary and 'hotel demos', and a 5.1 surround mix of the album on DVD.


    CD/DVD-V
    A limited 2 disc digibook edition, including a 5.1 surround mix of the album on DVD and a 24 page booklet.


    Double Vinyl
    A double vinyl edition of the album pressed on heavyweight (180g) vinyl with a screen printed fourth side. Packaged in a gatefold sleeve with an 8 page booklet.


    Ian Anderson recently won The Prog God Award from Prog Magazine, celebrating the innovators of rock who have inspired generations and carved a way for others to be at their creative best. There is no one who has pushed the boundaries more than Ian Anderson, who to this day remains immersed in his love for the music.

    Fronting seminal Prog outfit Jethro Tull and as a solo artist, Ian Anderson has performed in more than 54 countries over 45 years; he is widely considered an icon of the genre and he's recognised as the one who introduced the flute to rock music. With over 60 million albums sold in their career, Tull have been characterised by Anderson's trademark acoustic textures, created with ethnic flutes and whistles together with acoustic guitar and the mandolin family of instruments. In his most recent solo shows, Anderson has played with orchestras, string quartets and featured soloists. His eclectic acoustic performances are also a hit with fans of the genre.

    For more info on Homo Erraticus visit:
    Order the Deluxe Edition:
    CD+DVD-V:
    2LP:
    Download:
    Stream:

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    Jethro Tull - Lifes A Long Song HD 0815007

    3:15

    Jethro Tull - Life is A Long Song, released 1970. Audio-CD-Sound zu Video-Material aus TV. HQ-Video

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    Ian Anderson - Puer Ferox Adventus

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