Blodwyn Pig

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Blodwyn Pig - Ahead Rings Out Ahead Rings Out
Pop New - LP SP 3180 A&M
Sealed And Pristine Stereo (Label Variation Unknown). Recorded In 1969. “None Of Jethro Tull's Progressive Rock Tendencies Or Classical Influences Followed Mick Abrahams Into His Creation Of Blodwyn Pig, Even With The Inclusion Of Jack Lancaster's Sax- And Flute-Playing Prowess. Instead, Abrahams Built Up A Sturdy British Blues-Rock Sound And Used Lancaster's Horn Work To Add Some Fire To The Band's Jazzy Repertoire. Ahead Rings Out Is A Stellar Concoction Of Gritty Yet Flamboyant Blues-Rock Tunes And Open-Ended Jazz Centered Around Mick Abrahams' Cool-Handed Guitar Playing, But It's The Nonstop Infusion Of The Other Styles That Makes The Album Such A Solid Listen. After Only One Album With Jethro Tull, Abrahams Left To Form This Band, And It's Evident That He Had A Lot Of Pent-Up Energy Inside Him When He Recorded Each Of The Album's Tracks. With A Barrage Of Electrifying Rhythms And Fleeting Saxophone And Woodwind Excursions, Cuts Like "Sing Me A Song That I Know," "Up And Coming," And "Backwash" Whip Up Highly Energetic Sprees Of Rock And Blues. Most Of The Tracks Have A Hearty Shot Of Rock Up The Middle, But In Cuts Like "The Change Song" And "Backwash," The Explosive Riffs Are Accompanied By A Big Band Style Of Enthusiasm, Adding Even More Depth To The Material. It's Apparent That Blodwyn Pig's Style Is Indeed Distinct, Releasing A Liberated And Devil-May-Care Intensity While Still Managing To Stay On Track, But The Fact That Each Cut Convokes A Different Type Of Instrumental Spiritedness Is Where The Album Really Gains Its Reputation. Wonderfully Busy And Even A Tad Motley In Some Places, Ahead Rings Out Shows Off The Power And Vitality That Can Be Channeled By Combining A Number Of Classic Styles Without Sounding Pretentious Or Overly Inflated.” Mike DeGagne, AMG.... more details
 
Blodwyn Pig - Ahead Rings Out Ahead Rings Out
Pop Used - LP SP 4210 A&M
Beautiful 1969 Gatefold Original. “None Of Jethro Tull's Progressive Rock Tendencies Or Classical Influences Followed Mick Abrahams Into His Creation Of Blodwyn Pig, Even With The Inclusion Of Jack Lancaster's Sax- And Flute-Playing Prowess. Instead, Abrahams Built Up A Sturdy British Blues-Rock Sound And Used Lancaster's Horn Work To Add Some Fire To The Band's Jazzy Repertoire. Ahead Rings Out Is A Stellar Concoction Of Gritty Yet Flamboyant Blues-Rock Tunes And Open-Ended Jazz Centered Around Mick Abrahams' Cool-Handed Guitar Playing, But It's The Nonstop Infusion Of The Other Styles That Makes The Album Such A Solid Listen. After Only One Album With Jethro Tull, Abrahams Left To Form This Band, And It's Evident That He Had A Lot Of Pent-Up Energy Inside Him When He Recorded Each Of The Album's Tracks. With A Barrage Of Electrifying Rhythms And Fleeting Saxophone And Woodwind Excursions, Cuts Like "Sing Me A Song That I Know," "Up And Coming," And "Backwash" Whip Up Highly Energetic Sprees Of Rock And Blues. Most Of The Tracks Have A Hearty Shot Of Rock Up The Middle, But In Cuts Like "The Change Song" And "Backwash," The Explosive Riffs Are Accompanied By A Big Band Style Of Enthusiasm, Adding Even More Depth To The Material. It's Apparent That Blodwyn Pig's Style Is Indeed Distinct, Releasing A Liberated And Devil-May-Care Intensity While Still Managing To Stay On Track, But The Fact That Each Cut Convokes A Different Type Of Instrumental Spiritedness Is Where The Album Really Gains Its Reputation. Wonderfully Busy And Even A Tad Motley In Some Places, Ahead Rings Out Shows Off The Power And Vitality That Can Be Channeled By Combining A Number Of Classic Styles Without Sounding Pretentious Or Overly Inflated.” Mike DeGagne, AMG.... more details
 
Blodwyn Pig - Ahead Rings Out Ahead Rings Out
Pop New - LP SP 4210 A&M
Sealed 1969 Stereo LP Housed In A Unipak Gatefold Cover. Saw Cut. “None Of Jethro Tull's Progressive Rock Tendencies Or Classical Influences Followed Mick Abrahams Into His Creation Of Blodwyn Pig, Even With The Inclusion Of Jack Lancaster's Sax- And Flute-Playing Prowess. Instead, Abrahams Built Up A Sturdy British Blues-Rock Sound And Used Lancaster's Horn Work To Add Some Fire To The Band's Jazzy Repertoire. Ahead Rings Out Is A Stellar Concoction Of Gritty Yet Flamboyant Blues-Rock Tunes And Open-Ended Jazz Centered Around Mick Abrahams' Cool-Handed Guitar Playing, But It's The Nonstop Infusion Of The Other Styles That Makes The Album Such A Solid Listen. After Only One Album With Jethro Tull, Abrahams Left To Form This Band, And It's Evident That He Had A Lot Of Pent-Up Energy Inside Him When He Recorded Each Of The Album's Tracks. With A Barrage Of Electrifying Rhythms And Fleeting Saxophone And Woodwind Excursions, Cuts Like "Sing Me A Song That I Know," "Up And Coming," And "Backwash" Whip Up Highly Energetic Sprees Of Rock And Blues. Most Of The Tracks Have A Hearty Shot Of Rock Up The Middle, But In Cuts Like "The Change Song" And "Backwash," The Explosive Riffs Are Accompanied By A Big Band Style Of Enthusiasm, Adding Even More Depth To The Material. It's Apparent That Blodwyn Pig's Style Is Indeed Distinct, Releasing A Liberated And Devil-May-Care Intensity While Still Managing To Stay On Track, But The Fact That Each Cut Convokes A Different Type Of Instrumental Spiritedness Is Where The Album Really Gains Its Reputation. Wonderfully Busy And Even A Tad Motley In Some Places, Ahead Rings Out Shows Off The Power And Vitality That Can Be Channeled By Combining A Number Of Classic Styles Without Sounding Pretentious Or Overly Inflated.” Mike DeGagne, AMG.... more details
 
Blodwyn Pig - Ahead Rings Out Ahead Rings Out
Pop Used - LP ILPS 9101 Island
Rare UK Pink Island Label Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. VG+/VG+. “None Of Jethro Tull's Progressive Rock Tendencies Or Classical Influences Followed Mick Abrahams Into His Creation Of Blodwyn Pig, Even With The Inclusion Of Jack Lancaster's Sax- And Flute-Playing Prowess. Instead, Abrahams Built Up A Sturdy British Blues-Rock Sound And Used Lancaster's Horn Work To Add Some Fire To The Band's Jazzy Repertoire. Ahead Rings Out Is A Stellar Concoction Of Gritty Yet Flamboyant Blues-Rock Tunes And Open-Ended Jazz Centered Around Mick Abrahams' Cool-Handed Guitar Playing, But It's The Nonstop Infusion Of The Other Styles That Makes The Album Such A Solid Listen. After Only One Album With Jethro Tull, Abrahams Left To Form This Band, And It's Evident That He Had A Lot Of Pent-Up Energy Inside Him When He Recorded Each Of The Album's Tracks. With A Barrage Of Electrifying Rhythms And Fleeting Saxophone And Woodwind Excursions, Cuts Like "Sing Me A Song That I Know," "Up And Coming," And "Backwash" Whip Up Highly Energetic Sprees Of Rock And Blues. Most Of The Tracks Have A Hearty Shot Of Rock Up The Middle, But In Cuts Like "The Change Song" And "Backwash," The Explosive Riffs Are Accompanied By A Big Band Style Of Enthusiasm, Adding Even More Depth To The Material. It's Apparent That Blodwyn Pig's Style Is Indeed Distinct, Releasing A Liberated And Devil-May-Care Intensity While Still Managing To Stay On Track, But The Fact That Each Cut Convokes A Different Type Of Instrumental Spiritedness Is Where The Album Really Gains Its Reputation. Wonderfully Busy And Even A Tad Motley In Some Places, Ahead Rings Out Shows Off The Power And Vitality That Can Be Channeled By Combining A Number Of Classic Styles Without Sounding Pretentious Or Overly Inflated.” Mike DeGagne, AMG.... more details
 
Blodwyn Pig - Getting To This Getting To This
Pop Used - LP SP 4243 A&M
1970 Tan Label Gatefold Original With Small Cut Out Hole. Slight Wear On Back Cover, Hence Reduced Price.... more details
 
Blodwyn Pig - Ahead Rings Out Ahead Rings Out
Pop Used - LP SP 4210 A&M
Beautiful 1969 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover. “None Of Jethro Tull's Progressive Rock Tendencies Or Classical Influences Followed Mick Abrahams Into His Creation Of Blodwyn Pig, Even With The Inclusion Of Jack Lancaster's Sax- And Flute-Playing Prowess. Instead, Abrahams Built Up A Sturdy British Blues-Rock Sound And Used Lancaster's Horn Work To Add Some Fire To The Band's Jazzy Repertoire. Ahead Rings Out Is A Stellar Concoction Of Gritty Yet Flamboyant Blues-Rock Tunes And Open-Ended Jazz Centered Around Mick Abrahams' Cool-Handed Guitar Playing, But It's The Nonstop Infusion Of The Other Styles That Makes The Album Such A Solid Listen. After Only One Album With Jethro Tull, Abrahams Left To Form This Band, And It's Evident That He Had A Lot Of Pent-Up Energy Inside Him When He Recorded Each Of The Album's Tracks. With A Barrage Of Electrifying Rhythms And Fleeting Saxophone And Woodwind Excursions, Cuts Like "Sing Me A Song That I Know," "Up And Coming," And "Backwash" Whip Up Highly Energetic Sprees Of Rock And Blues. Most Of The Tracks Have A Hearty Shot Of Rock Up The Middle, But In Cuts Like "The Change Song" And "Backwash," The Explosive Riffs Are Accompanied By A Big Band Style Of Enthusiasm, Adding Even More Depth To The Material. It's Apparent That Blodwyn Pig's Style Is Indeed Distinct, Releasing A Liberated And Devil-May-Care Intensity While Still Managing To Stay On Track, But The Fact That Each Cut Convokes A Different Type Of Instrumental Spiritedness Is Where The Album Really Gains Its Reputation. Wonderfully Busy And Even A Tad Motley In Some Places, Ahead Rings Out Shows Off The Power And Vitality That Can Be Channeled By Combining A Number Of Classic Styles Without Sounding Pretentious Or Overly Inflated.” Mike DeGagne, AMG.... more details
 
Blodwyn Pig - Getting To This Getting To This
Pop Used - LP SP 4243 A&M
Rare 1970 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Embossed Promo Stamp. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 

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