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Times Have Changed [CD]

Mick Abrahams Audio CD
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Mick Abraham's was one of the more unfortunate hard-luck stories in rock music. Best known for his work on Jethro Tull's debut album, This Was, where he played blues licks that had critics comparing him favorably to Eric Clapton, he left the group, and since then has never managed to achieve lasting success as a recording artist, or the world-class fame of his former bandmates. Leading ... Read more in Amazon's Mick Abrahams Store

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  • Audio CD (30 May 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Music Avenue
  • ASIN: B001EV8PVK
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 141,886 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3. (Deep Down) Recession Blues
4. Latin Girl
5. Gnatz (instrumental)
6. Funny Money
7. Witness (To A Crime Of Love)
8. Aby's Lean (instrumental)
9. The Victim
10. Love Won't Let You Down
11. Dead Man's Hill
12. Maggie Rose

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Mick Abrahams was the original guitarist for a Blues-influenced Jethro Tull. He recorded the debut album 'This Was' with the band in 1968, but conflicts between Abrahams and Ian Anderson over the musical direction of the band led Abrahams to leave once the album was finished. Abrahams wished to pursue a more Blues/Rock direction, while Anderson wanted to incorporate more overt Folk and Jazz influences.

Mick Abrahams went on to form the cult group Blodwyn Pig in 1969, originally with Jack Lancaster (saxophone), Andy Pyle (bass guitar), and Ron Berg (drums). At the time of its original release in 1993, 'Times Have Changed' was called 'Lies', and this is what Mick Abrahams had to say about it: "This is a very significant record for me, because it coincides with the 25th anniversary of Jethro Tull and the 23 ½th anniversary of Blodwyn Pig, it's my birthday, and the day that my house and my car are being repossessed".

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CD & Bloodwyn Pig

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great album! 18 May 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Great. What else can you say a very competent and interesting album, despite being an oldish album stands up well.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Repackage ripoff 25 Dec 2008
By J. Adamski - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Imagine my surprise as I opened the "new" Mick Abrahams' Blodwyn Pig CD, only to find that it's a repackaged, renamed exact same duplicate of the CD "Lies", released 15 years earlier. You would think that Abrahams and his record label, neither exactly a household name, would not want to alienate the few dedicated fans who plunk down money to buy his product by pulling the "old wine in a new bottle" trick. Lots of money-grubbing record labels (and artists who presumably go along with the ripoff) toss a few new songs into a "greatest hits" package, so that the completists among the fans have to pay for 10 songs they already own in order to get the two that they don't. But few, to my knowledge, completely rename an album, change the cover art, and sell it as something new 15 years after originally released.
I blame Abrahams, Blues Boulevard Records,and Amazon.com for this. Wanting to promote an artist's earlier works is admirable. But don't mislead prospective buyers with a new title and new cover art.
On-line, Amazon lists this as a 2008 release and there's not an easy way of checking their story.
Is the music good? Sure. If you like Mick Abrahams, you'll like this one. If you don't already own it by another name.
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