Wishbone Ash ‎– Blue Horizon

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Solid Rockhouse Records ‎– SRRLP0011
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
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A1 Take It Back
Fiddle – Pat McManusGuitar – Joe CrabtreeWritten-By – Aynsley Powell
6:01
A2 Deep Blues
Written-By – Andy Powell, Ian Harris (7), Joe Crabtree, Muddy Manninen
5:28
A3 Strange How Things Come Back Around
Backing Vocals – Lucy UnderhillPercussion – Richard Young (2)Written-By – Roger Filgate
6:01
B1 Being One
Written-By – Andy Powell, Ian Harris (7), Joe Crabtree, Muddy Manninen, Tom Greenwood (2)
5:07
B2 Way Down South
Written-By – Andy Powell, Ian Harris (7)
6:45
C1 Tally Ho!
Written-By – Ian Harris (7), Muddy Manninen
4:46
C2 Mary Jane
Lead Vocals – Muddy ManninenWritten-By – Ian Harris (7), Muddy Manninen
4:38
C3 American Century
Vocals [Additional] – Lucy UnderhillWritten-By – Andy Powell, Aynsley Powell, Joe Crabtree
5:07
D1 Blue Horizon
Organ – Tom Greenwood (2)Written-By – Ian Harris (7), Muddy Manninen
7:45
D2 All There Is To Say
Fiddle, Bouzouki, Written-By – Pat McManusWritten-By – Andy Powell, Wishbone Ash
7:24

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Muddy's lead vocals on track C2 are uncredited but mentioned on www.wishboneash.com

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  • Barcode: 4 260000 342128

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SRR 20010-2 Wishbone Ash Blue Horizon(CD, Album, Dig) Solid Rockhouse Records SRR 20010-2 Europe 2014 Sell This Version
SRR 20010-2 Wishbone Ash Blue Horizon(CD, Album, Jew) Solid Rockhouse Records SRR 20010-2 Europe 2014 Sell This Version
SRR 200152 Wishbone Ash Blue Horizon(CD, Album, Del) Solid Rockhouse Records SRR 200152 Europe 2014 Sell This Version
SRR 20010-2 Wishbone Ash Blue Horizon(CD, Album, Unofficial) Solid Rockhouse Records (2) SRR 20010-2 Russia 2014 Sell This Version

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cecilnixxon

cecilnixxon

January 5, 2016
Recently on a whim I decided to look up Wishbone Ash and see what they've been up to, and purchased "Blue Horizon." I was so impressed with the first listen, that I called up my friends to share.

We sat around the kitchen table, snacking on Missouri wild venison and partaking other goodies, listening to the album in its entirety, reflecting on the "good old days" in the early 70's when the holidays always brought new music and friends gathered together anxiously awaiting the needle-drop on vinyl. "Blue Horizon" brought the good old days forward to 2015.

The venerable KSHE-95 radio station in St. Louis that was instrumental in introducing Wishbone Ash to our region might play "Phoenix" every few months, but their corporate-driven play list will not allow new music from old masters. I called them up and rubbed it in, shaming them for selling out and missing modern musical genius.

Thank you, Wishbone Ash, for your musical integrity, a Christmas to remember and a splendid album.