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Please Re-Adjust Your Time: The Early Blues & Psych-Folk Years 1967-1972
Artist: Ian Anderson a
Format: CD

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Label: Cherry Tree Uk
Rel. Date: 12/03/2021
UPC: 5013929692503

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DISC: 1

1. Get in That Swing
2. Little Boy Blue
3. (My Babe She Ain't Nothing But a Doggone) Crazy Fool Mumble
4. New Lonesome Day
5. Short Haired Woman Blues
6. Hot Times
7. Stereo Death Breakdown
8. When I Get to Thinking
9. Way Up on Your Tree
10. Break 'Em Down
11. That's Alright
12. Baby Bye You Bye
13. Bonus Tracks
14. Put It in a Frame
15. Stop and Listen
16. Louise
17. Cottonfield Blues
18. Big Road Blues
19. Tom Rushen Blues
20. Friday Evening Blues
21. Rowdy Blues
22. West Country Blues
23. Don't You Want to Go
24. The Inverted World
25. That's No Way to Get Along
26. Please Readjust Your Time
27. Goblets ; Elms
28. Shining Grey
29. The Worm
30. Hero
31. Silent Night No.2
32. Mr Cornelius
33. The Maker/
34. The Man in the High Castle / the Last Conjuring
35. Ginger Man
36. Working Man
37. Get Back Into Town (Live)
38. Sleepy Lynne
39. Internal Combustion Rag
40. One More Chance
41. Black Uncle Remus
42. Policeman's Ball
43. Edges
44. The Survivor
45. Well Alright
46. Time Is Ripe
47. Wishing the World Away
48. One Too Many Mornings
49. Number 61
50. Book of Changes
51. Anthem (You Can Go on Forever)
52. Mouse Hunt
53. Galactic Wings (And Other Tales)
54. Hey Space Pilot
55. Marie Celeste on Down
56. Spider John
57. A Sign of the Times
58. Paper and Smoke
59. Paint It, Black
60. Pretty Peggyo
61. The Western Wind
62. Out on the Side
63. Shirley Temple Meets Hawkwind
64. Baby Let Me Dance with You
65. Dan Scaggs
66. London Blues
67. You Can't Judge a Book By the Cover

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First-ever box set documenting all of Ian A. Anderson's seminal early albums - including lots of rare material. Curated and supported by the artist, 'Please Re-Adjust Your Time' captures an exciting time in British roots music. From gutsy acoustic blues to ground-breaking acid folk, the music sounds as vital today as it did half a century ago. Ian A Anderson is an English folk musician who was a luminary of the late 1960s country blues scene before becoming one of the pioneers of psychedelic/acid folk and founding the now collectable "alternative folk label" Village Thing in the early 1970s. First issued in 1969, 'Stereo Death Breakdown' was credited to Ian Anderson's Country Blues Band, a moniker which hinted at the music therein. Eleven bonus tracks are drawn from Saydisc EPs ('Anderson Jones Jackson', from 1967 and 'Almost The Country Blues', 1968) and Saydisc Matchbox albums ('Blues Like Showers Of Rain', from 1968 and 'The Inverted World', 1969). The self-produced 'Royal York Crescent' (1970) album was Ian's first on his new Village Thing label. Here it's joined by three extra recordings from 1969, live at Farnham Folk And Blues Festival and from sessions at Chapel Studios, London. Recorded at Rockfield Studios, 'A Vulture Is Not A Bird You Can Trust' (1971) is now swelled with a quartet of additional sides, again from a studio tenure in Chapel Studios back in 1969. The fourth and final disc is devoted to Ian's final Village Thing album, 'Singer Sleeps On As Blaze Rages' (1972) which is joined by four extra songs, including three previously unreleased the Hot Vultures' demos recorded at Village Thing, Bristol, 1973. Subsequently, alongside his music career, Ian was founding editor of the popular folk magazine fRoots and a broadcaster who has presented shows on BBC Radio 2, BBC World Service and Jazz FM. Ian currently presents Podwireless - a monthly podcast dedicated to the world of folk, roots and 'unpop' music.