Iain Matthews (born Ian Matthews MacDonald, 16 June 1946) is an English musician and singer-songwriter. He was an original member of the British folk rock band Fairport Convention from 1967 to 1969 before leaving and forming his own band, Matthews Southern Comfort, which had a UK number one in 1970 with a cover version of Joni Mitchell's song "Woodstock".
At the time, Matthews still owed an album to Vertigo Records, and rather than give them Plainsong's debut, he booked a studio for five days and cut a solo album dominated by covers of songs from American tunesmiths, with only two original songs appearing on the set. By all rights, the album that resulted should have been a tossed-off trifle (especially since Vertigo opted not to release it after all, eventually selling it to the independent Mooncrest label), but Journeys from Gospel Oak turned out to be one of Matthews' most satisfying solo efforts, a lovely fusion of airy country r. .
Bride 1945 · Iain Matthews. Journeys from Gospel Oak. ℗ 1974 Sanctuary Records Group Lt. a BMG Company. Producer: Sandy Roberton Composer: Paul Siebel. Auto-generated by YouTube. Безопасный режим: выкл.
Vocals, Guitar – Ian Matthews. Recorded at Sound Techniques, November 1972. Journeys From Gospel Oak (LP, Album).
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Journeys from Gospel Oak is the 1974 solo album by country rock/folk rock musician Ian Matthews. It was recorded in November 1972 as Matthews' expected third solo album of a three-album record deal on the Vertigo label and was originally set for release in mid-1973. Vertigo, however, lost interest in the project and it was signed over to and released by Mooncrest Records in 1974 who had also released albums by other ex-Fairport Convention colleagues, Ashley Hutchings and Sandy Denny. The album was first released on CD in 1988 by Line Records in Germany, and then again by Mooncrest in 1991 with new liner notes by John Tobler. An expanded version of the album, featuring seven extra tracks, was released by the Sanctuary Records Group in 2006 on the Castle Music label. Studio album by.
If you are a fan of Matthews, you likely own all these records already. 1 Lonely Hunter Ian Matthews 4:37. 2 Knowing the Game Ian Matthews 2:31. 3 Ol '55 Ian Matthews 3:12. 4 Thro My Eyes Ian Matthews 2:34. 5 I'll Be Gone Ian Matthews null:null. 6 Darkness Darkness Ian Matthews 4:46. 7 Da Doo Ron Ron Ian Matthews 2:14. 8 A Wailing Goodbye Ian Matthews 2:51
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Written-By – Siebel*
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Written-By – Haggard*
- Producer – Sandy Roberton
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- Matrix / Runout (Runout (Etched) Side A): MOON 53 A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout (Etched) Side B): MOON 53 B-1
|MOON 53||Ian Matthews*||Bride 1945 (7", Single)||Mooncrest||MOON 53||UK||1977|