Category Archives: Ian Anderson

Badfinger ~ No Matter What – Revisitations The Hits

Badfinger was so good in the 1960s, that the Beatles put them on their Apple label. They were the only band, besides the Beatles that were on that label. This album features a bunch of Badfinger hits with guest stars … Continue reading

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Jon Anderson ~ 1000 Hands

A brand new album from Jon Anderson, who you may know as the lead singer of Yes. If you’ve heard previous albums of Jon’s, this album sounds similar. It is definitely Jon. In between some of the songs you can … Continue reading

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Jon Anderson 1000 Hands

  Jon Anderson, also known as the singer from Yes, has put out another great album. This one is probably his best. This one includes a bunch of guest stars who played on this album. Included are most of the … Continue reading

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Martin Barre ~ Road Less Travelled

  The great Jethro Tull guitar player puts out another solo gem with this album. You can certainly hear that Martin Barre was a main contributor of the Jethro Tull sound on this album. The songwriting is similar on some … Continue reading

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Jethro Tull ~ The String Quartets

  I’ve always liked Jethro Tull, and even though this is not Jethro Tull, this album Rocks…classically. The album has Violins, Viola, & Cellos playing most of this music. Ian Anderson, the master of the flute & front man of … Continue reading

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Tim Bowness ~ Lost In The Ghost Light

    Tim Bowness just released his fourth solo album this past week, and after a few listens, I’ve found that I really enjoy it. At first listen, I was saying, “Ehhhh, it’s alright”, but after repeated listens, I could … Continue reading

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