Al Jones - Alun Ashworth Jones flac album
Title: Alun Ashworth Jones
MP3 album: 1209 mb
FLAC album: 1524 mb
Other formats: MMF MP2 MP1 MIDI AC3 WMA MPC
Genre: Folk / World music
Alun Wyn Jones (born 19 September 1985) is a Welsh rugby union player. He is the current captain of the Wales national team, and the former captain of the Ospreys in the Pro14. He is the world's most-capped lock forward and Wales' joint most capped player alongside Gethin Jenkins. He has also won nine caps for the British & Irish Lions
I recently found this old advert for sale for the Alun Ashworth-Jones album.
This is a mightily expanded reissue of the 1969 album Alun Ashworth-Jones, containing everything from that rare LP, in addition to two 1969 songs that showed up on the 49 Greek Street compilation; nine live solo acoustic tracks from 1969 that were planned as part of a second LP that was not released at the time; and five studio solo acoustic tracks. from 1971, again planned for a second LP, again shelved until the release of this CD. The chief attraction of the disc is the Alun Ashworth-Jones LP itself, which is beguiling, melodic, mild period British folk-rock.
Alun Ashworth-Jones (31 October 1945 Saffron Walden, Essex – 1 June 2008), known as Al Jones, was an influential English folk and blues songwriter, guitarist and singer, noted for his distinctive and original folk-rock guitar style and his often darkly humorous lyrics. Alun Ashworth Jones Album.
Alun Ashworth-Jones is the full name of the noted British folk/blues/rock songwriter, guitarist and singer Al Jones, and is also the title of his first album, which this article addresses. He had previously made an . as part of the trio Anderson, Jones, Jackson. The album was originally issued by Parlophone in 1969 and has been re-released in CD format by Mooncrest Records in 2001, with additional, previously unreleased tracks.
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Alun Ashworth Jones" 1969 A rare folk album on the yellow and black Parlophone label, current values in the £100 - £150 region. Alun Ashworth Jones 1969. A rare folk album on the yellow and black Parlophone label, current values in the £100 – £150 region.
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|2||Come Join My Orchestra|
|3||Ire And Spottiswoad|
|5||Sarah in the Isle of Wight|
|6||What Was I Thinking?|
|7||River Bend (Instrumental)|
- Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
- Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
- Produced For – September Productions Ltd.
- Double Bass [String] – Spike Heatley
- Drums, Percussion – Brian Dobson
- Electric Bass – Percy Jones
- Flute – Harold McNair
- Steel Guitar – Gordon Huntley
- Violin – Mike Piggott
- Vocals, Guitar – Al Jones
NotesRecorded 5–13 March 1969 at Sound Techniques, London
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Printer's code / date stamp): 6909 TPS
|PMC 7081||Al Jones||Alun Ashworth Jones (LP, Album, Mono)||Parlophone||PMC 7081||UK||1969|