Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Ink Mathematics plays "1917 Revolution"...

Sincere thanks to Ink Mathematics for including "1917 Revolution" in their new stream/download, "with all the tolls we pay"

A truly great show, and a really superb sleeve pic for those who want to burn to CD.


  1. Wow! Thanks for the mention of my blog, ink mathematics. I love love love the self-titled Beau LP on Dandelion. Oddly enough, I was able to find a copy in rural Montana here in The United States. The gentleman I purchased it from had lived in the UK during the late 60s and was deep into the folk scene and had all sorts of records I would never find in this part of the world. What luck! Thanks Beau!

    1. Cheers, Collin. Matter of interest, did you know that "1917 Revolution" was the inspiration for America's "A Horse With No Name"? No, I can't hear it either! But apparently one of the band referred to it in an interview a few years back. The guys were living in England back in the late '60s when the album came out - their fathers were in the Services. Apparently that's how they came by it. Strange the way things work out...