Break ‘Em On Down - Ian Andersons Country Blues Band - Stereo Death Breakdown (CD, Album)


  1. Stereo Death Breakdown, an Album by Ian A. Anderson. Released in January on Fledg'ling (catalog no. FLED CD; CD). Genres: British Blues, Blues.
  2. Ian was accomplished guitarist playing slide, and finger picking but understanding he needed to flesh out his style so he added bass and harmonica players to his line up (Bob Rowe and Chris Turner), it naturally offered a name for his new-found band as well. The "Stereo Death Breakdown" album sessions were completed in five hours with the basic Ian Anderson’s Country Blues Band three-piece set up; also End date: Mar 22,
  3. Almost The Country Blues by Ian Anderson, released 1. Cottonfield Blues 2. The Inverted World 3. Shake 'Em On Down 4. Little Queen Of Spades 5. Friday Evening Blues 6. Big Road Blues 7. If Your Man Gets Personal 8. Rowdy Blues 9. Don't You Want To Go Louise West Country Blues Tom Rushen Blues Beedle Um Bum
  4. Ian Scott Anderson MBE (born 10 August ) is a Scottish-born British musician, singer and songwriter best known for his work as the lead vocalist, flautist and acoustic guitarist of British rock band Jethro tuiworperscondebascioubidpieneuhapling.coinfoon is a multi-instrumentalist who, in addition to flute, plays keyboards, bass guitar, bouzouki, balalaika, saxophone, harmonica, and a variety of whistles.
  5. Label: Liberty - LBS E • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Ian Anderson's Country Blues Band - Stereo Death Breakdown (, Vinyl) | Discogs /5(5).
  6. Almost the Country Blues (7" vinyl EP) Saydisc SD () Supporting artists: Elliott Jackson (harmonica) Tracks: Cottonfield Blues; Tom Rushen Blues; Big Road Blues; Shake 'Em On Down; Stereo Death Breakdown (12" vinyl album) [Note 2] Liberty LBS ().
  7. Jul 31,  · Lynn Anderson -- one of country's most dominant female vocalists of the s -- died Friday morning (July 31) in Nashville at the age of According to her .
  8. Ian A. Anderson, as he was then known, almost shared a name with Jethro Tull's frontman. The band's management decided the label wasn't large enough for two Ian Andersons and the newcomer was shuffled off elsewhere. As an anecdote it's priceless, but so is this artefact of the British blues .

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