JENSON INTERCEPTOR     Go to Next band (Jethro Tull) Previous band (Ivory)
1 Jenson Interceptor (Can 1980 House of Lords HL-001) M-/VG+ coh has inner sleeve slight water stain $12
Side 1Side 2
Megatune: Prelude1:13Charlotte WiebeFine Man4:07Charlotte Wiebe
Tiny Thing3:46Blue Boy3:28
Freedom Fighting3:08Doug JensonCats in the Window2:58
Heavenly Angels3:46Charlotte WiebeMegatune: Theme for Bonnie Lee7:07
Do You Want Your Love to Be3:06Doug Jenson
Crazy Monkey3:23
Produced by Gerry Dere, Jack Richardson and Wes Dakus
Charlotte Wiebe: Lead Vocals, Keyboards
Doug Jenson: Lead Vocals, Guitar
Kennedy Jenson: Flute, Piano, Clavinette, String Synthesizer, Vocals
Albert Blaine: Bass
John Fynn: Drums
Additional Musicians:
Crezy Monky/Cats in the Window
Drums: Pentti (Whitey) Glan
Bass: Steve Pugsley
Do You Want Your Love to Be
Drums: Pentti (Whitey) Glan
Congas: Ron Bjarnason
Freedom Fighting
Drums: Pentti (Whitey) Glan
Recorded at Sundown Recorders Ltd. Edmonton, Alberta
Recording Engineer: Gerry Dere
Mixed and Mastered by: Jack Richardson
Album Mixed at: Sound Stage, Toronto, Ontario
Remix Engineer: David Greene
Associate Engineers: Ringo Hrycyna, Mike McCardy
Album Mastered at: Masterdisk, New York, New York
Mastering Engineer: Bob Ludwig
String Arrangements: Gerry Dere
String arrangements performed by members of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
Album Cover Photograph by: Arnie Saringer, Advision Communications Ltd.
Album Cover Concept and Design by Peter S. Remmers, Advision Communications Ltd.
Personal Management: Ross McKenzie, Edmonton, Alberta

JETHRO TULL     Go to Next band (Marc Johnson's Bass Desires) Previous band (Jenson Interceptor)
1 This Was (US 1968 Chrysalis CHR 1041) M-/M- gatefold $8
Side 1Side 2
My Sunday Feeling1:13AndersonDharma for One4:11Anderson/Bunker
Some Day the Sun Won't Shine for You2:42It's Breaking Me Up4:56Anderson
Beggar's Farm4:19Abrahams/AndersonCat's Squirrel5:36Trad. arr. Abrahams
Move On Alone2:00AbrahamsA Song for Jeffrey3:18Anderson
Serenade to a Cuckoo6:01KirkRound0:50Anderson/Abrahams/Bunker/Cornick/Ellis
Recorded at Sound Techniques Studio, Chelsea, London
Recording Engineer: Victor Gamm
Produced by Terry Ellis and Jethro Tull for Chysalis Productions
Cover concept by Terry Ellis and Ian Anderson
Cover photographs by Brian Ward
Ian Anderson - flute, mouth organ, claghorn, piano and singing.
Mick Abrahams - guitar, nine string guitar amd singing.
Clive Bunker - drums, hooter and charm bracelet.
Glenn Cornick - bass guitar.

2 Benefit (US 1970 Chrysalis CHR 1043) VG/VG+ $1 SOLD!
Side 1Side 2
With You There to Help Me6:15Ian AndersonTo Cry You a Song6:09Ian Anderson
Nothing to Say5:10A Time for Everything2:42
Son2:48Play in Time3:44
For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me3:47Sossity; You're a Woman4:31
recorded at Morgan Studio London
engineer: Robin Black
cover design by Terry Ellis and Ruan O'Lochlainn
photography by Ruan O'Lochlainn
graphic presentation by Ken Reilly
Martin Barre
Clive Bunker
Ian Anderson
Glenn Cornick
piano and organ played by John Evan...for our benifit
produced by Ian Anderson
executive producer Terry Ellis

3 Baskelingus (US 1971 Athapacan 20 1/2) VG/VG $20 SOLD!
Side 1Side 2
Sossity/Reasons for Waiting??Ian AndersonLove Story??Ian Anderson
My God!!Christmas Song
Sweet Dream
Witche's Promise
In Concert In the Studio

4 Thick As a Brick (US 1972 Reprise MS 2072) VG/VG+ foldout newspaper cover $8 SOLD!
Side 1Side 2
Thick as a Brick22:45Ian Anderson and Gerald BostockThick as a Brick21:05Ian Anderson and Gerald Bostock
Executive Producer: Terry Ellis
Ian Anderson: flute, acoustic guitar, singing, violin, sax and trumpet
Martin Barre: lute, electric guitar
John Evan: organ, piano and harpsicord
Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond: bass guitar and spoke some words
Barriemore Barlow: timpani and percussion

5 Living in the Past (US 1972 Chrysalis 2TS2106) M-/M-/VG+ gatefold/booklet $12 SOLD!
Side 1Side 2
Song for Jeffrey3:17Ian AndersonSweet Dream4:02Ian Anderson
Singing All Day3:04Love Story3:03
Teacher4:07Christmas Song3:04
Witch's Promise3:50Living in the Past3:18
Alive and Well and Living In2:45Driving Song2:37
Just Trying to Be1:35Bouree3:40
Side 3Side 4
By Kind Permission of8:43EvanWond'ring Again4:11Ian Anderson
Dharma for One9:11Anderson/BunkerHymn 433:16
Life is a Long Song3:18
Up the 'Pool3:10
Dr. Bogenbroom2:59
From Later2:06
Album design and artwork: CCS
Photography by: Sam Emerson and Tony Leow, Brian Ward, Ed Caraeffi, Rush O'Lochlainn, Jackie O'Lochlainn, Michael Graber
Remixing done at Morgan Studio, London
Remixing Engineer: Robin Black
Remixing directed by Ian Anderson
Executive Producer: Terry Ellis

6 A Passion Play (US 1973 Chrysalis CHR 1040) M-/VG+ gatefold w/booklet $10
Side 1Side 2
A Passion Play23:07Ian Anderson/Jeffrey Hammomd-Hammond/John EvanA Passion Play22:04Ian Anderson/Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond/John Evan
Ian Anderson: vocal, acoustic guitars, flute, soprano saxophones
Martin Barre: electric guitar
John Evan: piano, organ, synthesizer, speech
Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond: bass guitar, vocal
Barriemore Barlow: drums, timpani, glockenspeil, marimba
Arranged by Jethro Tull
Engineer: Robin Black

7 War Child (US 1974 Chrysalis CHR 1067) M-/M- has inner sleeve $10
Side 1Side 2
War Child4:33Ian AndersonSkating Away on the Thin Ice of a New Day4:02Ian Anderson
Queen and Country2:59Bungle in the Jungle3:34
Ladies3:16Only Solitaire1:28
Back-Door Angels5:30The Third Hoorah4:47
Sealion3:35Two Fingers5:07
Ian Anderson: vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, alto, soprano and sopranino saxophones
Martin Barre: electric and Spanish guitars
John Evan: organ, piano, synthesizers and piano accordian
Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond: bass guitar and string bass
Barriemore Barlow: drums, glockenspiel, marimba abd sundry percussion devices
Orchestrations by David Palmer
The producer would like to thank members of the Philamusica of London - leader Patrick Halling
The orchestra was conducted by David Palmer
Engineer: Robin Black
Cutting Engineers: George Peckham and Melvin Abrahams
Recorded at Morgan Studios, London
Music arranged by Jethro Tull
Banner Model: Shirtsleeves Studio
Producer: Ian Anderson
Executive producer: Terry Ellis

8 Minstrel in the Gallery (US 1975 Chrysalis CHR 1082) M-/M- has inner sleeve $10
Side 1Side 2
Minstrel in the Gallery8:09Ian Anderson/Martin BarreOne White Duck/0^10=Nothing at All4:35Ian Anderson
Cold Wind to Valhalla4:17Ian AndersonBaker St. Muse
Pig-Me and the Whore
Nice Little Tune
Crash-Barrier Waltzer
Mother England Reverie
Black Satin Dancer6:51
Ian Anderson sang and played acoustic guitar and flute
Martin Barre played electric guitar
John Evan played piano and organ
Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond played bass and string bass
Barriemore Barlow played drums and percussion
Produced by Ian Anderson for Five Star Records Ltd.
Arrangements for orchestra were written by David Palmer
Violins: Leader-Patrick Halling, Elizabeth Edwards, Rita Eddowes, Bridget Proctor
Cello: Katharine Thulborn
Conductor: David Palmer
Engineer: Robin Black
Recorded and mixed somewhere in Europe by the Maison Rouge mobile studio
Phographs taken by Brian Ward
Front cover artwork by R. Kriss/J. Garnett based on a print by Joseph Nash

9 Too Old to Rock 'n' Roll: Too Young to Die (US 1976 Chrysalis CHR 1111) M-/M- gatefold $10
Side 1Side 2
Quizz Kid5:07Ian AndersonBad-Eyed and Loveless4:35Ian Anderson
Crazed Institution4:45Big Dipper3:32
Salamander2:49Too Old to Rock and Roll: Too Young to Die5:39
Taxi Grab3:51Pied Piper4:29
From a Dead Beat to an Old Greaser4:07The Chequered Flag (Dead or Alive)5:25
Ian Anderson: Vocals, Acoustic guitar, Flute, Harmonica, Occasional electric guitar and percussion
Martin Barre: Electric guitar
John Evan: Pianos
Barriemore Barlow: Drums and Percussion
John Glascock: Bass and Vocals
Special thanks to:-
David Palmer who in addition to conducting and arranging for the orchestra, played the Vako Orchestration and late-night sax-solo on "From a Dead Beat To An Old Greaser"
Maddy Prior who sang on "Too Old to Rock'n'Roll: Too Young to Die"
Angela Allen who sang on "Crazed Institution" and "Big Dipper"
Ray Lomas for the use of the name Ray Lomas
Produced by Ian Anderson for Five Star Records
Engineered by Robin Black with assistance from Trevor White and Peter Smith
Recorded at Radio Monte Carlo by the Maison Rouge Mobile Studio
Sleeve design/illustration by Michael Farrell and David Gibbons

10 Songs From the Wood (US 1977 Chrysalis PV 41132) M-/M- has inner sleeve $8
Side 1Side 2
Songs From the Wood5:07Ian AndersonVelvet Green6:03Ian Anderson
Jack-in-the-Green2:27The Whistler3:30
Cup of Wonder4:30Pibroch (Cap in Hand)8:37
Hunting Girl5:11Fire at Midnight2:26
Ring Out, Solstice Bells3:46
Ian Anderson: Vocals, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin and Whistles
Martin Barre: Electric guitar and Lute
John Evan: Piano, Organ and Synthesizers
Barriemore Barlow: Drums, Marimba, Glockenspiel, Bells, Nakers and Tabor
John Glascock: Bass guitar and Vocals
David Palmer: Piano, Synthesizer and Portative Organ
Jack-in-the-Green all instruments by Ian Anderson
Additional material by David Palmer and Martin Barre
Arrangements by Jethro Tull
Engineer: Robin Black, Assisted by Thing Moss and Trevor White
Recorded at Morgan Studios and La Maison Rouge mobile studio
Wood-cutter: Keith Howard
Back cover: Shirt Sleeve Studio
Fromt cover painting: by Jay L. Lee

11 Heavy Horses (US 1978 Chrysalis CHR 1175) M-/M- coh has inner sleeve $8
Side 1Side 2
And the Mouse Police Never Sleeps3:11Ian AndersonRover4:14Ian Anderson
Acres Wild3:22One Brown Mouse3:21
No Lullaby7:54Heavy Horses8:57
Journey Man3:55
Ian Anderson: vocals, flute, acoustic and occasional electric guitars and mandolin.
Martin Barre: electic guitars
John Evan: piano and organ
Barriemore Barlow: drums and percussion
John Glascock: bass guitar
David Palmer: portative pipe organ, other keyboards and orchestral arrangements
Produced by Ian Anderson
Engineer: Robin Black
Solo Violin on Heavy Horses and Acres Wild Darryl Way
Recorded at Maison Rouge Studio, Fulham, London, January 1978
Front cover photograph: James Cotier.
With thanks to Barley and Sir Jim courtesy of the Courage Shire Horse Centre.
Back Cover Photograph: Shona Anderson.

12 Bursting Out (US 1978 Chrysalis CH2 1201) M-/M-/VG+ has inner sleeves $12 SOLD!
Side 1Side 2
No Lullaby5:00Ian AndersonA New Day Yesterday2:50Ian Anderson
Sweet Dream4:27Flute Solo Improvisation/God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen/Bouree5:20
Skating Away on the Thin Ice of a New Day3:18Songs from the Wood2:16
Jack in the Green2:24Thick as a Brick12:14
One Brown Mouse3:28
Side 3Side 4
Hunting Girl5:05Ian AndersonCross-Eyed Mary3:40Ian Anderson
Too Old to Rock'n' Roll: Too Young to Die3:46Quatrain1:32Martin Barre
Conundrum6:47Martin BarreAqualung7:49Ian Anderson
Minstrel in the Gallery5:31Ian AndersonLocomotive Breath5:32
The Dambusters March/Medley2:57Eric Coates/Ian Anderson
Ian Anderson: vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre: electic guitar, mandolin, marimba
John Evan: piano, organ, accordian, synthesizers
Barriemore Barlow: drums, glockenspiel
David Palmer: portative pipe organ, synthesizers
John Glascock: bass guitar, vocals
Photography: Brian Cooke, Ruan O'Lochlainn
Sleeve Design: Ramey Communications
Recorded somewhere in Europe by the Maison Rouge Mobile
Engineers: Robin Black, Christopher Amson, Pavel Kubes
Produced by Ian Anderson for Five Star Records Ltd.

13 Stormwatch (US 1979 Chrysalis CHR 1238) M-/M- has inner sleeve $8
Side 1Side 2
North Sea Oil3:08Ian AndersonSomething's On the Move4:24Ian Anderson
Orion3:55Old Ghosts4:20
Home2:44Dun Ringill2:37
Dark Ages9:07Flying Dutchman7:42
Warm Sporran3:31Elegy3:30David Palmer
Ian Anderson: Vocals, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar.
Martin Barre: Electic Guitar, Mandolin and Classical Guitar.
Barriemore Barlow: Drums, Percussion.
John Evan: Piano, Organ.
David Palmer: Synthesizers, Portative Organ and Orchestral Arrangements.
David Palmer: portative pipe organ, synthesizers
John Glascock: bass guitar, vocals
John Glascock: Bass Guitar in Flying Dutchman, Orion and Elegy.
Produced by Ian Anderson and Robin Black.
Engineered by Robin Black.
Recorded at Maison Rouge Studios, Fulham and in the Maison Rouge Mobile.
Special thanks to: Francis Wilson, Thames T.V. Weatherman for spoken voice; Leigh Mantle second engineer and all at Maison Rouge Studios.
Cover Concept: Ian Anderson
Art Direction: Peter Wagg
Cover Painting: David Jackson

14 The Braodsword and the Beast (US 1982 Chrysalis CHR 1380) M-/VG+ has inner sleeve $8
Side 1 - BeastieSide 2 - Braodsword
Beasie3:54Ian AndersonBraodsword4:24Ian Anderson
Clasp4:17Pussy Willow3:52
Fallen on Hard Times3:12Watching Me Watching You3:37
Flying Colours4:36Seal Driver5:10
Slow Marching Band3:37Cheerio1:09
Ian Anderson: vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre: electic and acoustic guitars
David Pegg: bass guitar, mandolins, vocals
Peter-John Vettese: piano, synthesizers, vocals
Gerry Conway: drums and percussion
Produced: Paul Samwell-Smith
Engineer: Robin Black
Assistant engineer: Leigh Mantle
Recorded at: Maison Rouge Studios, Fulham, London
Illustrations: Iain McCaig
Calligraphy: Jim Glisson

MARC JOHNSON     Go to Next band (Joy Unlimited) Previous band (Jethro Tull)
1 Marc Johnson's Bass Desire 12" (USA 1986 ECM PRO-A-2454) M-/M- $8 SOLD!
Side 1Side 2
Samurai Hee-Haw (Edit)4:28Marc JohnsonMojo Highway (Edit)5:21Marc Johnson
With Bill Frisell, John Scofield and Peter Erskine Produced by Manfred Eicher
An ECM Production
From the Marc Johnson album Bass Desires (1-25040) on ECM Records

JOY UNLIMITED     Go to Next artist (Henry Kaiser) Previous artist (Marc Johnson)
1 Butterflies (US 1971 Basf 21090) VG+/VG+ gatefold $20 SOLD!
Side 1Side 2
I. ContactsSensual Impressions7:14Kothe/Nagel
Connection5:42Kindl/Metz/StrubeIII. Emotions
That's the KeyKindl/Kothe/Herkenne/HofgenEden-Park12:35Heck/Kindl/Metz/Nagel
For you and meMetamorphosisKindl/Stube/Herkenne/Hofgen
II. ManifestationsIn search of the last wordHeck/Nagel/Herkenne/Hofgen
Supression2:55Heck/KotheRising mindKindl/Kothe/Herkenne/Hofgen
Rankness2:37Strube/Heck/StrubeEden-Park againHeck/Kindl/Metz/Nagel
Face of War3:28Kothe/Hofgen
Joy: Vocal
Hans: Drums/Percussion
Albin: Trumpet/E-Bass
Roland: Organ/Piano/E-Piano/Vipes/Marimba/Percussion/Vocal
Dieter: E-Bass/E-Guitar/acoustic guitar/Percussion
Gerd: Sop/Alt/Tenor/Saxes/Flute
Klaus: E-Guitar/Woodwind/Tympany/Percussion/Flute
Arrangements: Joy Unlimited
Studio: Bauer Ludwigsburg
Engineer: Kurt Rapp/Martin Wieland
Cover + Design + Photos: Willi Holzel
Produced by Joy Unlimited for Badenia-Musik 1971

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