Update History

08.05.17 Covers: Adibarum - Everything's Fine Right Now (YouTube video).
Kiarra Albina And Kris Ellestad - The Mountain Of God (YouTube video).
Matthew Casey - Good As Gone (YouTube video).
Brigitte DeMeyer And Will Kimbrough - October Song.
Barbara Dickson - October Song.
Angelique Everitt - Everything's Fine Right Now (SoundCloud stream).
Ex Norwegian - Feast Of Stephen (YouTube video).
Fanfare Strings - October Song (YouTube video).
Stuart Godfrey - Witches Hat (YouTube video).
Her Scattered Gold - 1968 (YouTube video).
mehitchcock - October Song (YouTube video).
Zach Schneider - Dear Old Battlefield (SoundCloud stream).
Speug Sparrow - You Get Brighter (YouTube video).
Tänzers Traum - Banks Of Sweet Italy (YouTube video).
Tänzers Traum - Paris (YouTube video).
Alan Thomson - Cousin Caterpillar (YouTube video).
10.10.16 Covers: Guy Pearce - Cold Days Of February (YouTube video).
Preacher Stuart - Witches Hat (YouTube video).
06.07.16 Covers: Staffan And Åsa Fenander - Painting Box (SoundCloud stream).
Nigel Foley - Air (YouTube video).
Nigel Foley - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
jro108 - You Get Brighter (YouTube video).
05.04.16 Covers: Dan Kozak - Way Back In The 1960s (SoundCloud stream).
ragerpez - Big Ted (YouTube video).
Matilde Rudolph - Footsteps Of The Heron (YouTube video).
05.01.16 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Improvisation/jam backstage at the Woodstock Festival 15.08.69.
The band performed at Woodstock on the 16th (Saturday) not the 15th. Did their set include 'Black Jack Davy' and/or 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky'? Also in 'Lost Recordings'.
New Theatre, Oxford, 20.11.73. No agreement on hoped for official release.
Covers: Jay Ansill - Born In Your Town (Vimeo video).
Jay Ansill - The Mad Hatter's Song (Vimeo video).
Avgarde - Port London Early/The Pooka (YouTube video).
Chris Lister - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (SoundCloud stream).
Crystal Jacqueline - Feast Of Stephen (Studio and live YouTube video versions).
Don Nelson - Air (SoundCloud stream).
Emma Ní Dhúlaing - The Circle Is Unbroken (SoundCloud stream).
Pokstar And Friends - The Minotaur's Song (YouTube video).
Sooraj Raj - Painting Box (SoundCloud stream).
Naomi Richmond - Gnossienne (Vimeo video, samples 'Three Is A Green Crown').
Colin John Rudd - October Song (YouTube video).
Suzuki And The Hoverdroids - The Circle Is Unbroken (SoundCloud stream).
Trevann - Dandelion Blues (SoundCloud stream).
Trevann - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (SoundCloud stream).
Trevann - This Moment (SoundCloud stream).
weegingayin - Blues For The Muse (YouTube video).
05.08.15 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Balmore Tapes, October 1966-February 1967. The song previously listed as 'Short Song' is actually Billy Hill's 'The Glory Of Love'. Corrected this and added the lyrics.
Covers: Kai Altair - The Circle Is Unbroken (Vimeo video).
Aural Sects - Dear Old Battlefield (YouTube video).
Be Well - Infinite Bliss - Painting Box (YouTube video).
Rob Bennett - Dear Old Battlefield (SoundCloud stream).
Bhima - Witches Hat (SoundCloud stream).
Raymond Crooke - A Very Cellular Song (I Bid You Goodnight) (YouTube video and album versions).
Ruth Doblo - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
Gareth Edwards - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (SoundCloud stream).
Corrado Ferri - Dandelion Blues.
FFF Incredible String Fans Night - A Very Cellular Song (YouTube video).
FFF Incredible String Fans Night - Koeeoaddi There (YouTube video).
FFF Incredible String Fans Night - Mercy I Cry City (YouTube video).
FFF Incredible String Fans Night - Three Is A Green Crown (YouTube video).
FFF Incredible String Fans Night - Water Song (YouTube video).
FFF Incredible String Fans Night - Witches Hat (YouTube video).
T. J. Fool - Lordly Nightshade (SoundCloud stream).
Humber Jug - Empty Pocket Blues.
Jo Jamison - The Hedgehog's Song (YouTube video).
John Kelly - October Song (Vimeo video).
Lesbianhorse - West Coast Pop Art Incredible String Band (SoundCloud stream).
The Lost Troubadours - The ISB Amalgam (Archive.org download).
Scott MacLeod - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Don't Kill It Carol (Youtube videos and live).
Marcus AKA Speug - You Know What You Could Be (SoundCloud stream).
Dafydd Maredudd - By Weary Well (YouTube video).
Dafydd Maredudd - Empty Pocket Blues (YouTube video).
Gandalf Murphy And The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams - Black Jack Davy (Archive.org downloads).
Gandalf Murphy And The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams - Black Jack Davy (YouTube video).
Gandalf Murphy And The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams - Big Ted (Archive.org downloads).
Chris Naden - October Song (SoundCloud streams).
Namban Gumbo Ramblers - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
Martin Newman - The Song Has No Ending (SoundCloud stream).
Martin Newman - This Moment (SoundCloud stream).
Plainsong - A Very Cellular Song (I Bid You Goodnight).
Preacher Stuart - Adam And Eve (YouTube video).
Preacher Stuart - Air (YouTube video).
The Rockin' Berries - A Very Cellular Song (I Bid You Goodnight).
Romanesco Funk - October Song (SoundCloud stream).
Matilde Rudolph - Job's Tears (YouTube video).
Sagvik - The Song Has No Ending (YouTube video).
ScrapsG - Black Jack Davy (YouTube video).
Niels Spies - The Old Buccaneer (YouTube video).
Niels Spies - Walking Along With You (YouTube video).
Niels Spies - Weather The Storm (YouTube video).
Chris Stearns - Painting Box (Vimeo video).
Martin George Stephenson - October Song (SoundCloud stream).
Stirrin' The Stoor - Dear Old Battlefield (SoundCloud stream).
The Taverners Of Brighton - A Very Cellular Song (I Bid You Goodnight).
Jayk Thomas - The Circle Is Unbroken (SoundCloud stream).
Chris Thompson And Mads Eriksen Band - Don't Kill It Carol (YouTube video).
Carrie Tree, Rowan Sterk And Asha Mccarthy - For Three Of Us (YouTube video).
We Love ABC - You Get Brighter (YouTube video).
WeeSoomyRockStar - October Song (SoundCloud stream).
Ulf Wolf - A Very Cellular Song (I Bid You Goodnight) (YouTube video).
Pat Zanetti - October Song (YouTube video).
Ziggurat - Bright Morning Stars (SoundCloud stream).
19.02.15 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Robin and Clive - St Andrews Folk Club, Edinburgh, November 1964. The song previously listed as 'Hey Boys Do You Think I'm Fly?' (and before that 'Do You Think I'm A Liar?') is actually a Glasgow street song called 'Rabbie Burns The Diver'. Also added lyrics to this song and corrected those to 'Johhny Cope' and 'Johnny Lad'.
Covers: Pete Baldwin - October Song (YouTube video).
Dave Godby And Dave Packer - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
Senile Felines - Air (YouTube video).
19.01.15 Covers: BirdsEyeViewOfMyUke - Maybe Someday (YouTube video).
Boards Of Canada - The Smallest Weird Number (samples 'When The Music Starts To Play').
cLOUDDEAD - Dead Dogs Two (Boards Of Canada Remix) (samples 'When The Music Starts To Play').
Condello - A Very Cellular Song.
Rosemary Lippard - October Song (YouTube video).
Maya-Ima - Maker Of islands (YouTube video).
Mos Def - Can U See The Pride In The Panther (samples 'Talking Of The End').
Yogesh Upreti - Empty Pocket Blues (YouTube video).
27.10.14 Covers: The Fauntleroys - Chinese White.
Nick Fry - Dandelion Blues (YouTube video).
The House Band - October Song (YouTube video).
Lynched - Cold Days Of February.
Maya-Ima - You Get Brighter (YouTube video).
Preacher Stuart - The Head (YouTube video).
sammking55 - October Song (YouTube video).
11.06.14 Covers: Damon And Naomi - Spirit Of Love (C.O.B. cover).
Her Scattered Gold - Little Cloud (YouTube video).
Geoffrey Richardson And Frances Knight - The Circle Is Unbroken (YouTube video).
25.03.14 Covers: TheDruidKing - October Song (YouTube video).
Humpty Dumpty - Maybe Someday (YouTube video).
Norman Lamont - A Leaf Must Fall(Clive Palmer/Famous Jug Band cover).
MuseOfTheWest - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
Sproatly Smith - Douglas Traherne Harding.
05.02.14 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Additional 8mm silent footage from Woodstock (also in 'Lost Recordings').
A video of 'Black Jack David' live on French TV from Autumn 1973 has surfaced on YouTube.
Lost Recordings: Oxford, Late 1973 Or Early 1974, Bath Arts Workshop cine film.
Covers: Jay Ansill - Waiting For You (YouTube instructional video).
Jez Hellard And The Djukella Orchestra - By Weary Well (YouTube video).
Phez - The Hedgehog's Song (YouTube video).
Preacher Stuart - Sailor And The Dancer (YouTube video).
Steve Sola - The Iron Stone (YouTube instructional video).
20.12.13 Covers: Neill Connor - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
Sebastian Sorrow - October Song (YouTube video).
Jay Tausig - Maya (YouTube video).
TVel4 - First Girl I Loved (YouTube video).
27.11.13 Covers: An Drea - My Name Is Death (YouTube video).
Jay Ansill - Walking Along With You (YouTube instructional video).
Jay Ansill - Womankind (YouTube instructional video).
In Gowan Ring - 1968.
Chris Prunty 'ChrisPrunty95' - Black Jack David (YouTube video).
Chris Prunty 'ChrisPrunty95' - Painting Box (YouTube video).
30.09.13 Covers: Rafael Blasco - See Your Face And Know You (YouTube video).
Rafael Blasco - The Half-Remarkable Question (YouTube video).
Corncrow - O For Summer (Clive Palmer/Famous Jug Band cover).
Corncrow - Oh Bright Eyed One (C.O.B. cover).
Preacher Stuart - Evie (YouTube video, Mike Heron solo cover).
Two Leaves Left - Can't Keep Me Here (YouTube video).
Two Leaves Left - Dandelion Blues (YouTube video).
Dean Wareham - Air.
03.06.13 Covers: Declan Millar - Dear Old Battlefield (YouTube video).
Musikgruppen RAA - Sleepers, Awake! (YouTube video).
The Rheingans Sisters - October Song.
11.04.13 Live, Unreleased And Rare: 'Live At The Filmore 1968' CD released by Hux Records.
Added details of the Western Recorders session for the 'Wee Tam And The Big Huge' LP.
Covers: bigted644 - Evie (YouTube video, 2nd version).
The Dawn Dwellers - A Very Cellular Song (YouTube video).
Eric Dujardin - Three Is A Green Crown (YouTube video).
Her Scattered Gold - 1968 (YouTube video).
Jim Horne - Lough Foyle (YouTube video).
Inner Journey - Dear Old Battlefield (YouTube video, 2nd version).
Anna Kocheva - Don't Kill It Carol (YouTube video).
The Live Museum - A Very Cellular Song.
Rachel Newton - Air.
Rachel Newton - Douglas Traherne Harding.
Rachel Newton - The Circle Is Unbroken.
Jackie Oates - Sleepers, Awake!
Singing Adams - Greatest Friend.
Then Wang - First Girl I Loved (YouTube video).
Then Wang - October Song (YouTube video).
28.01.13 Lost Recordings: Scottish Local TV, Late 1967/Early 1968 with Mimi and Mouse.
Deleted The Wayne Newton Show 9.8.69. This was a mistaken report, the ISB played at the Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, the same venue as the Wayne Newton show.
Further details of the Italian TV, Rome, March 1974 and Adesso Musica, RAI Uno (Primo Canale) TV, 22.3.74 shows.
Covers: Her Scattered Gold - Chinese White (YouTube video).
iammaiya - Moon Hang Low (YouTube video).
17.12.12 Covers: garibelon - Empty Pocket Blues (YouTube video).
Chris Lister - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
OldGardenerGuy - Smoke Shovelling Song (YouTube video).
stebinus - Black Jack Davey (YouTube video).
Wiilm - Empty Pocket Blues (YouTube video).
19.11.12 Covers: Birch Book - October Song (YouTube video).
Blue Jewel - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
Björn Ekengren - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
16.10.12 Covers: Cooper, Nelson & Goelz - Fare Thee Well Sweet Mally (YouTube video).
TheGypsyJohn - Spirit Of Love (YouTube video).
Ikhwanalsafa - Everything's Fine Right Now (YouTube video).
Musikgruppen RAA - How Happy I Am, Black Jack Davy, Sardis (From 'Ithkos'), Banks Of Sweet Italy (YouTube live video).
29.08.12 Added new family tree page.
Covers: Lady Maisery - October Song (YouTube video).
30.07.12 Covers: Jay Ansill - Three Is A Green Crown (instructional video).
The Blue Dolphins - Painting Box (YouTube video).
Gatumusikant - Painting Box (YouTube video).
02.07.12 Covers: AlbionDavid - Koeeoaddi There (YouTube video).
Corncrow - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (Performed live).
Corncrow - Oh Bright Eyed One (Performed live).
The Fractal Cauliflowers - Douglas Traherne Harding (YouTube video).
Musikgruppen RAA - Chinese White (YouTube video).
Musikgruppen RAA - Maybe Someday (YouTube video).
Musikgruppen RAA - Sardis (From 'Ithkos') (YouTube video).
Musikgruppen RAA - Maker Of Islands (YouTube video).
TrevannNow - This Moment (YouTube video).
UCSteve - This Moment (YouTube video).
The Witches With Kate Denny - Come With Me.
28.05.12 Covers: Frank Molloy - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
17.04.12 Covers: Jay Ansill - The Eyes Of Fate (instructional video).
Jay Ansill - Fair As You (instructional video).
Jay Ansill - See All The People (instructional video).
bigted644 - Paris (Clive Palmer cover - YouTube video).
iammaiya - Here Till Here Is There (YouTube video).
The Fractal Cauliflowers - You Know What You Could Be (YouTube video).
reevedavey - Dandelion Blues (YouTube video).
reevedavey - First Girl I Loved (YouTube video).
reevedavey - October Song (YouTube video).
12.03.12 Covers: Jay Ansill - Ducks On A Pond (instructional video).
Jay Ansill - The Mad Hatter's Song (instructional video).
bigted644 - Painting Box (YouTube video).
bigted644 - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
Further information on Evergreen Blueshoes' version of 'Everything's Fine Right Now'.
Jospehine Foster - Oh Bright Eyed One (C.O.B. cover).
LiteGauge - Womankind (YouTube video).
The Mystery Bees - October Song (YouTube video).
osmuconaror - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
30.01.12 Covers: bigted644 - Evie (YouTube video).
bigted644 - Sailor And The Dancer (YouTube video).
Ceremonies - O For Summer (Clive Palmer/Famous Jug Band cover - YouTube video).
23.12.11 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Fillmore East, New York, 5.6.68 recording was rebroadcast by WBAI on the 31.03.69 and by KPFA on the 13.04.69.
The Berkeley Community Theatre 31.12.69 version of 'Queen Juanita And Her Fisherman Lover' was featured as part of the 'Ode to Gravity: Word-Tape Works And Music' programme from KPFA.
The 'Be Glad For The Song Has No Ending' interview excerpts included on 'The Lost Broadcasts' DVD were broadcast as part of 'Beat Club' on 31.1.71.
Lost Recordings: VJOEW, 2.10.67 - only a partial clip of this exists without the accompanying interview.
Norway Radio 14.6.69.
Norway Radio 31.7.69.
The Wayne Newton Show 9.8.69 (US Radio or TV?).
The Fillmore West, San Francisco, 1969 broadcast from KPFA may really be the Berkeley Community Theatre 31.12.69 show.
Norway Radio 9.2.70.
WAER, Syracuse, New York, 1.5.70.
The Show, WITF-TV, Pittsburg, 11.07.70.
Svensk TV 1, 26.03.71.
Norway Radio 14.2.72.
WUSB, Stony Brook, New York, 21.3.73.
Adesso Musica, Primo Canale TV, 22.3.74 - possibly the Italian TV, Rome, March 1974 mentioned by Graham Forbes.
KZOK Tuesday Concert 18.2.75.
KPFK Folkscene Special 1.12.75/8.12.75.
SR, P2, Sweden, 22.9.86.
Covers: Jay Ansill - Dreams Of No Return (instructional video).
Jay Ansill - Ithkos (instructional video).
Jay Ansill - Turquoise Blue (instructional video).
Fruitbats - The Hedgehog's Song (Two live downloads from Archive.org).
Glass Gospel - The Circle Is Unbroken, sampled in 'Circle Of Cars' (YouTube video).
GrimmTeather - Greatest Friend (YouTube video).
Robin Hithcock - Chinese White (Joe Boyd's 'White Bicycle' tour - Archive.org download).
Robin Hithcock - Way Back In The 1960s (Joe Boyd's 'White Bicycle' tour - Archive.org download).
Inner Journey - Dear Old Battlefield (YouTube video).
Gandalf Murphy And The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams - Big Ted (Archive.org download).
Gandalf Murphy And The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams - Black Jack Davy (Live in Jim Thorpe, PA - updated to include Archive.org download link).
Gandalf Murphy And The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams - Black Jack Davy ('Official Bootleg' CD).
Pilgrims' Way - Magic Christmas Tree (Chinese White).
Pokstar - Douglas Traherne Harding (Archive.org download).
Pokstar - Greatest Friend (Archive.org download).
A Tiny Window (Alan) - A Very Cellular Song (Archive.org download).
17.11.11 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The complete 'Beat Club', 24.10.70 footage has been officially released on DVD by Gonzo/Voiceprint.
Lost Recordings: The complete 'Beat Club', 24.10.70 footage is no longer lost.
Covers: Pennfiddler on YouTube is actually Jay Ansill - he produced a second version of his 'First Girl I Loved' instuctional video.
Jay Ansill - The Letter (instructional video).
Jay Ansill - You Get Brighter (instructional video).
Gatumusikant - Dandelion Blues (YouTube video).
GrimmTeather - Swift As The Wind (YouTube video).
Jcronk - October Song (YouTube video).
reevedavey - smoke shovelling song (YouTube video).
So-Icaroh and the Liars - ISB Medley (YouTube video).
Harry Tokarz - October Song (YouTube video).
Harry Tokarz And Joe Stein - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
whurr - October Song (YouTube video).
14.10.11 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Beursschouwburg, Brussels 23.1.74.
Lost Recordings: Fillmore West, San Francisco, 1969 (KPFA Radio).
Covers: Tina Chancey - My Name is Death.
Jean Cremers - Sailor And The Dancer.
Bart Davenport - You Get Brighter.
Friends From Ohio - October Song.
Hello - Log Cabin Home In The Sky.
In Gowan Ring 'The Dancing Of The Lord Of Weir' (5:37 version).
Thomas Wiehe - Water Song.
AlbionDave - Koeeoaddi There (YouTube video).
ben7268 - October Song (Second Version) (YouTube video).
Bert Bouwhuis - Air (YouTube video).
Dave Brunskill - Painting Box (YouTube video).
Corvus Leona - Black Jack David (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Chinese White (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Creation (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Dandelion Blues (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Empty Pocket Blues (YouTube video).
fanjarno - First Muse I Loved (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Gently Tender (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Good As Gone (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Lover Man (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Maya (YouTube video).
fanjarno - No Sleep Blues (YouTube video).
fanjarno - October Song (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Ring Dance (YouTube video).
fanjarno - See Your Face And Know You (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Smoke Shovelling Song (YouTube video).
fanjarno - The Circle Is Unbroken (YouTube video).
fanjarno - The Half-Remarkable Question (YouTube video).
fanjarno - The Mad Hatter's Song (YouTube video).
fanjarno - The Yellow Snake (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Tree (YouTube video).
fanjarno - Womankind (YouTube video).
iammaiya - Moon Hang Low (YouTube video).
The New World Gypsy String Band - The Tune I Hear So Well (YouTube video).
Pennfiddler - First Girl I Loved (YouTube video).
raffaport - First Girl I Loved (Second version) (YouTube video).
reevedavey - Dandelion Blues (YouTube video).
So-Icaroh And The Liars - Beyond The See (YouTube video).
So-Icaroh And The Liars - Chinese White (YouTube video).
So-Icaroh And The Liars - Everything's Fine Right Now (YouTube video).
sousideliam - Empty Pocket Blues (YouTube video).
sousideliam - Log Cabin Home In The Sky (YouTube video).
Tänzers Traum - Banks of Sweet Italy (YouTube video).
Tänzers Traum - Dear Old Battlefield (YouTube video).
weegingayin - How Happy I Am (YouTube video).
Carl Woodford - October Song (YouTube video).
23.03.11 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Apeldoorn, The Netherlands, September Or October 1970 (Videoheads YouTube footage).
The WPLJ, New York, 11.5.71 live concert show was rebroadcast by KLOS in Los Angeles on 3.6.71.
Information on Ozit Records 'Bickershaw Festival 1972 Volume 2' DVD (also in 'Lost Recordings').
Lost Recordings: Freeborn Hall, UCLA, Davis, California, Early 1969 (KZAP Radio).
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, 18.10.69 (Dutch VPRO Radio).
Combine the NCRV-TV, 25.9.70 and 'Trend', NL-TV, 2.10.70 Dutch television entries into one as they are believed to refer to the same recording.
Nederland-1 TV, 14.1.71 - probably just a broadcast of the 'Be Glad For The Song Has No Ending' film.
Covers: Humpty Dumpty 'Witches Hat' (YouTube video).
AlbionDavid 'Swift As The Wind' (YouTube video).
raffaport 'Footsteps of the Heron' (YouTube video).
Bart Davenport 'You Get Brighter' (YouTube video).
AevanHome 'Can't Keep Me Here' (YouTube video).
Links: Mike now has an official web site!
11.02.11 Live, Unreleased And Rare: An unbroadcast version of Scott Joplin's 'Elite Syncopations' was recorded during the Bob Harris' 'Sounds Of The Seventies', 19.3.73 (Recorded 27.2.73) BBC Radio session.
Covers: The Black Crowes 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' (live).
Jim Hinton 'First Girl I Loved' (YouTube video).
Jim Hinton 'The Hedgehog's Song' (YouTube video).
Jim Hinton 'The Tune I Hear So Well' (YouTube video).
LiteGauge 'Job's Tears' (YouTube video).
23.12.10 Covers: sousideliam 'Chinese White' (YouTube video).
sousideliam 'Dandelion Blues' (YouTube video).
Dolbro Dan 'Way Back In The 1960s' (YouTube video).
Pie 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' (YouTube video).
22.11.10 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The fiddle tune listed as 'Brian Boru's March' (Tampa, Florida, 29.4.73 and Palau De La Musica, Barcelona, 25.5.73) is actually 'The March Of The King Of Laois'.
Influences: 'The March Of The King Of Laois' (previously 'Brian Boru's March') may have been learnt from the Chieftains.
Covers: Robyn Hitchcock 'Chinese White' and 'Way Back In The 1960s' accompanying Joe Boyd on his 'White Bicycles' book reading tour.
The Swedish group Musikgruppen RAA (previously incorrectly listed as 'RAA') have released 'The Incredible RAA Band' ISB tribute CD.
threelegsoman 'October Song' (YouTube video).
LiteGauge 'The Half-Remarkable Question' (YouTube video).
25.08.10 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Corries Folk Festival, Edinburgh, 1.8.67 recording was made at the Caley (not Cally) Cinema.
Lost Recordings: Could the Scottish Beltona label have been involved in the pre-First Album Demos?
Covers: Jon Betmead 'Dandelion Blues'.
Elizabeth Falconer 'Letter From A Stranger's Childhood'.
Green Crown 'Three Is A Green Crown' (In Principio - Live At The 1997 Pagan Spirit Gathering).
In Gowan Ring 'The Dancing Of The Lord Of Weir'.
Maya 'Stranded In Iowa'.
Kazue Sawai 'Letter From A Stranger's Childhood'.
PG Six 'My Name Is Death' (Live Gladtree Festival 4-10-04).
Correct the title of the Melanie album 'Lowcountry' (not 'Low Country').
Guest Appearances: Removed Roy Harper's 'Sophisticated Beggar' as there's no evidence that Robin and Mike were involved in it.
Removed Elizabeth Falconer's 'Isshin - Emerging: Music for Japanese Koto' as this appears to be a recording of a piece written by Robin.
Melanie's 'As I See It Now' LP was released in 1974 in the US (the UK release wasn't until 1975). Also in 'Lost Songs'.
Robin plays guitar on David Gates' 1980 LP 'Falling In Love Again'.
Robin plays penny whistle on Peter Alsop's 1981 LP 'Uniforms'.
Robin plays Celtic harp and bagpipes on James Horner's soundtrack to the 1988 film 'Willow'.
Robin plays on two songs on David Nigel Lloyd's 2008 album 'Rivers, Kings And Curses'.
20.07.10 Added new guest appearances page.
Live, Unreleased And Rare: POP 2, ORTF - Bobino, Paris, 28.5.72 was broadcast at the time after all - Wolfgang has found a French newspaper archive, Journal de Geneve, the TV listings of which show that the programme was first broadcast on the 24.6.72.
Lost Songs: The unknown Mike song performed at a Melanie concert in 1974 was 'Do It Yourself (Desert Song)'.
Covers: bamsdram 'The Poacher's Song' (YouTube video).
New World Gypsy String Band 'Pacheco' (YouTube video).
Melanie 'Do It Yourself (Desert Song)' (Performed live at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London on 23.06.74 1974 with special guests Robin and Mike).
Melanie 'Do It Yourself (Desert Song)' (Unreleased, With Mike on backing vocals).
22.06.10 Lost Recordings: 'Trend', NL-TV, 2.10.70 (Dutch TV).
'Pop', RTSI-TV, Switzerland, 20.3.74 (Swiss TV)
Split out European TV, Late 1973 Or Early 1974 and Italian TV, Rome, March 1974 from previous Swiss TV entry.
Covers: Jay Ansill 'Bless This Kiss' (Robin Williamson solo cover).
27.04.10 Covers: rupprechtdog 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' (YouTube video).
The Wild Sarachs With Scooter Muse 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' (YouTube video).
LiteGauge 'Good As Gone' (YouTube video).
22.03.10 Covers: Danny Blackwell 'Waltz Of The New Moon' (YouTube video).
John Wesley Harding & Rick Moody 'The Minotaur's Song' (YouTube video & performed live).
The Edge Hill Billies 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' (YouTube video).
Carly Rubio 'Witches Hat' (YouTube video).
18.02.10 Covers: Madame Rachelle 'This Moment' (YouTube video).
Colin Lloyd Tucker 'October Song'.
Gandalf Murphy And The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams 'Black Jack Davy' (live performance).
The Celebrated Ratliffe Stout Band 'Morris Room' (Clive Palmer/Bob Devereux cover).
Added links to The Incredibly Strung Vest's MySpace site.
21.01.10 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Added lyrics to the Balmore Tapes versions of 'The Mad Hatter's Song' and 'The Half-Remarkable Question' (two versions).
Ludlow Garage 40th Anniversary compilation released, including 'This Moment' by the ISB. Confirms the soundboard recording of the band at this venue dates to either the 28 or 29.11.69, not May 1969 as previously assumed. Also correct venue name to 'Ludlow Garage', not 'Ludlow's Garage'.
Post-'Hard Rope And Silken Twine' Studio Session, April 1974.
Lost Recordings: Possible further soundboard recordings from Ludlow Garage, Cincinnati on the 28.11.69, 29.11.69, 8.5.70, 9.5.70 and 13.12.70.
Influences: Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart's 'Blue Moon' from the April 1974 studio session.
Covers: John Kelly and Dargelos 'October Song' (live performance art work).
Curtis E Johnson 'Dear Old Battlefield' (live performance).
ISB covers band The Incredibly Strung Vest 'Maybe Someday', 'Tree', 'Dandelion Blues', 'Empty Pocket Blues', 'Can't Keep Me Here', 'Everything's Fine Right Now', 'Chinese White', 'Painting Box', 'No Sleep Blues', 'The Hedgehog's Song', 'You Know What You Could Be', 'Way Back In The 1960s', 'A Very Cellular Song', 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky', 'You Get Brighter', 'Air', 'Ducks On A Pond', 'Maya', 'Greatest Friend', 'The Son Of Noah's Brother', 'The Mountain Of God', 'The Iron Stone', 'Cousin Caterpillar', 'Big Ted', 'Black Jack Davy', 'This Moment', 'Robot Blues' and 'Here Till Here Is There'.
21.12.09 Live, Unreleased And Rare: According to Grahame Hood's book 'Empty Pocket Blues - The Life And Music Of Clive Palmer', the song 'Do You Think I'm A Liar?', performed by Robin and Clive at St Andrews Folk Club, Edinburgh, November 1964, is really a Glasgow street song called 'Hey Boys Do You Think I'm Fly?'.
Confirmation that the ISB played on both the 23rd and 24.08.69 at the Philadelphia Folk Festival.
The Berkeley Community Theatre, 31.12.69 soundboard recording possibly comes from a KPFA radio broadcast.
More on the 'Rehearsal' film of 'Ithkos' from the Colston Hall, Bristol, 23.10.73.
Lost Recordings: Robin and Clive on Tyne-Tees Television, Probably 1964 Or 1965.
Rumours of pre-first album demos or even a complete LP.
Regional Television, Norfolk, Probably 1968.
Children's TV Show, Yorkshire, Probably 1968.
Lost Songs: Graham Forbes confirms 'Draw Back The Veil' was performed on the final ISB tour, as was 'Stranded In Iowa'.
Influences: Further details on 'Job's Tears' and 'The Real Bahamas Vol. 1'.
'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' and other 'Log Cabin' songs.
More on the Tahitian influence on 'Air'.
'The Son Of Noah's Brother' and Biblical and Irish mythological influences.
Covers: Buskin' Blue 'This Moment' (YouTube video).
Phillip Hole 'Black Jack Davy' (YouTube video).
John Kirkpatrick 'Black Jack Davy' (YouTube video - studio version).
Uschaurischuum 'Water Song' (YouTube video).
medicinesocks 'Puppet Song' (YouTube video).
ben7268 'October Song' (YouTube video).
KEFERA93 'Witches Hat' (YouTube video).
Corn Bred 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky'.
16.11.09 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Added references to Ken Garner's second BBC radio session book, 'The Peel Sessions: A Story Of Teenage Dreams And One Man's Love Of New Music'.
Confirm the date of the Ultrasonic Studios, Hempstead, NY, 24.4.73 WLIR-FM radio concert from Billboard magazine.
The final show at The Bottom Line, New York, was on the 29.8.74, not the 25th.
Lost Recordings: Added 'I Looked Up' US Radio Advertisement, June 1970 from Billboard magazine.
NCRV-TV, 25.09.70 from Billboard magazine, previously listed as Dutch TV 1st or 4.10.70.
Ultrasonic Studios, Hempstead, NY, Early October 1972, possible WLIR-FM radio concert from Billboard magazine.
Covers: Lostmychops 'Niggertown' (YouTube video).
22.10.09 Site redesigned so that it now uses a CSS-based menu and has a 'U' theme.
Covers: LiteGauge 'Air' (YouTube video).
LiteGauge 'You Get Brighter' (YouTube video, in open C tuning ).
Samuel Walter 'My Name Is Death' (YouTube video).
Links: The official ISB site domain registration has expired, link to the last update on 'archive.org'.
Added a link to Georgia Seddon's MySpace page (Mike's daughter).
Move Paul's complete ISB lyric document to the links page.
30.09.09 Live, Unreleased And Rare: 'Woodstock - 40 Years On: Back to Yasgur's Farm' boxset released, including the ISB performing 'The Letter' and 'When You Find Out Who You Are'. The boxset booklet confirms the band performed the rumoured 'Come With Me' and also 'Gather Round'. 'The Half Remarkable Question' and 'Sleepers, Awake!' may have also been performed at Woodstock (also in 'Lost Recordings').
Influences: Edith and Sherman Collins 1938 recording of 'I Can't Feel At Home In This World Any More' added to the 'Ducks On Pond' influences (via Woody Guthrie).
Covers: Amy Annelle 'The Hedgehog's Song' (WFMU Radio Session).
Stained Glass 'Black Jack David'.
raffaport 'First Girl I Loved' (YouTube video).
raffaport 'Air' (YouTube video).
raffaport 'Empty Pocket Blues' (YouTube video).
raffaport 'Painting Box' (YouTube video).
raffaport 'Footsteps Of The Heron' (YouTube video).
raffaport 'Can't Keep Me Here' (YouTube video).
Ro'i Zultan & Inbal Mishory 'Air' (YouTube video).
Archytyp (Parsa) 'Koeeoaddi There' (YouTube video).
Archytyp (Parsa) 'Dark Eyed Lady' (YouTube video).
20.08.09 Influences: Earlier fiddle tunes that influenced Woody Guthrie's 'Cowboy Waltz' and in turn it's influence on the String Band's 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky'.
The Alfred G. Karnes song from which the title 'Dear Old Battlefield' was taken is 'Called To The Foreign Field', not 'To The Work'.
Covers: TheDruidKing 'First Girl I Loved' (YouTube video).
LiteGauge 'Maybe Someday' (YouTube video).
16.06.09 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The VJOEW Dutch TV performance of 'October Song' dates to 2.10.67.
Possible film of 'The Half Remarkable Question' from Woodstock (also in 'Lost Recordings').
Lost Songs: 'Prunella Baxdale' is not 'Poetry Play #1', but may be the panto 'The Stork's Mistake' under a different name.
Influences: 'Job's Tears' and the Rev. Edward W. Clayborn's 'Bye And Bye When The Morning Comes'.
Covers: Jay Ansill 'The Yellow Snake' (Website download).
Derek Brimstone 'How Happy I Am' - also correct links to Derek's web site.
Elecampane 'Water Song'.
Robyn Hitchcock 'Chinese White' (YouTube video).
Saraband's covers of 'This Moment' and 'Black Jacky Davy' are from their 1973 'Close To It All' LP.
21.05.09 Lost Recordings: Birmingham Town Hall, 8.10.71
Southampton Guildhall, 25.2.72
Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham, 10.3.72
Birmingham Town Hall, 10.11.72
Southampton University, 17.2.73
Covers: Neal Casal 'Maker Of Islands' (Performed live).
Harry Harris 'Maker Of Islands' (YouTube video).
Tim Moon 'Maker Of Islands' (Performed live) - also correct links to Tim's web site.
John Pantry 'October Song'.
23.04.09 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Added the lyrics to the Balmore Tape version of 'No Sleep Blues'.
Uncirculating, presumed lost, recordings, and those only rumoured to exist, now have their own separate page.
Covers: Dunhill And Skelton 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' / 'Fiddle Fever' (Website download).
Tony Of Wales 'A Leaf Must Fall' (YouTube video).
09.03.09 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Details of the recording of 'The Pirate And The Crystal Ball'/'The Song Has No Ending' soundtrack.
Covers: Jay Ansill 'Big Ted' (website download).
garibelon 'Everything's Fine Right Now' (YouTube video).
garibelon 'Maybe Someday' (YouTube video).
y'STREL's BAND 'My Name Is Death' (YouTube video).
11.02.09 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Confirm the broadcast dates for the Fillmore East, New York, 5.6.68 WBAI benefit concert (23rd and 30th March 1969).
The partial first take of 'The Iron Stone' was featured on a Resonance FM radio programme on the 'Tricks Of The Senses' album.
Possible Dutch TV appearance on either the 1st or 4.10.70.
Two additional unbroadcast songs possibly record for the German 'Beat Club' TV show on the 24.10.70, plus correct the link to the TV.com episode guide (previously TV Tome).
The 24.7.71 Tupholme Manor Park Folk Concert was billed as 'A Concert Of Contemporary And Traditional Folk Music'.
Correct the link to the TV.com episode guide for 'Midnight Special', 11.5.73 (previously TV Tome).
19.01.09 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The POP 2, ORTF, May 1972 French TV footage was shot on the 28.05.72 at Bobino, Paris and is introduced by Patrice Blanc Francard.
Covers: garibelon 'Greatest Friend' (YouTube video).
LiteGauge 'Painting Box' (YouTube video).
LiteGauge 'You Get Brighter' (YouTube video).
The Mystery Bees 'October Song' (YouTube video).
Withnail And I 'wicksy68' 'October Song' (YouTube video).
06.01.09 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Added and updated lyrics for the 'Tricks Of The Senses' CD. Songs affected are 'Relax Your Mind', 'Lover Man', 'Take Your Burden To The Lord', 'The Head', 'El Ratto', 'Long Long Road', 'All Writ Down', 'Queen Juanita And Her Fisherman Lover' and 'Secret Temple'.
17.12.08 Update history now contains details of all updates, not just the live, unreleased and rare page, and is linked from the main page.
Live, Unreleased And Rare: A two CD set of rare and unreleased recordings, 'Tricks Of The Senses', has been released by Hux Records! Added information on these tracks:
  • 'Relax Your Mind' from the Balmore Tapes, this has additional lyrics by Robin compared to the Ledbelly original.
  • 'Lover Man', '5000 Spirits' LP out-take.
  • 'Medley: All Too Much For Me / Take Your Burden To The Lord / Let It Shine On' and 'The Iron Stone', 'Wee Tam And The Big Huge' LP out-takes, 30.4.68 and 10.8.68 respectively.
  • Live in the studio, WBAI, New York, 13.5.68.
  • 'Penwern' and 'All Writ Down', 'Be Glad For The Song Has No Ending' Film/LP out-takes, January 1969 and 23.4.69 respectively.
  • 'Queen Juanita And Her Fisherman Lover', 'I Looked Up' LP out-take, February 1970.
  • 'El Ratto' and 'Long Long Road' / 'The Demons', U, The Roundhouse, London, 17.4.70.
  • 'Poetry Play #1', Craighall Studios, Edinburgh, 23.9.71.
  • 'Curlew' and 'Secret Temple', 'Earthspan' LP out-takes, 15.4.72 and 15 to 20.04.72 respectively.
The Ultrasonic Studios, Hempstead, NY, 24.4.73 jigs (Drops Of Whiskey/Grumbling Old Me) are both traditional not 'Williamson/Trad'.
Lost Songs: Details of the version of 'Poetry Play #1' released on 'Tricks Of The Senses'.
Influences: Details of the version of 'Relax Your Mind' released on 'Tricks Of The Senses'.
Covers: The Beautiful Losers 'You Know What You Could Be' (YouTube video).
Dulcimerea 'Painting Box' (YouTube video).
garibelon 'Black Jack Davy' (YouTube video).
17.09.08 Live, Unreleased And Rare: 'Sleepers, Awake!' was missing the comma in the title.
The jig tune 'Drops Of Whisky' should be spelt 'Whiskey' - it's Irish, not Scottish!
'Beneath The Larked Sky' is really titled 'I Was Born A Wanderer' and was written by Malcolm, not Robin.
Influences: 'Everything's Fine Right Now' and the Carter Family's 'Who's That Knocking At My Window'.
Covers: The two John Kirkpatrick YouTube videos are not the famous accordion and melodeon player.
Søren Videbæk Nielsen 'Here Till Here Is There' and 'Everything's Fine Right Now' MIDI files.
29.07.08 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The City Hall, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 26.10.69 gig, previously said to be catalogued as existing in the vaults of Island Records, appears not to be. It remains in the list for reference at the moment, but probably should be removed.
Influences: Earlier sources for the 'I Bid You Goodnight' section of 'A Very Cellular Song' (other than the Pinder Family version).
Covers: Garibelon 'Painting Box' (YouTube video).
Alex Harvey 'Maybe Someday' (Single - further info - back by the band Giant Moth).
Incredible String Band Jam 'The Minotaur's Song' (Live from 2006 Kildemose Festival).
Incredible String Band Jam 'Waltz Of The New Moon' (Live from 2006 Kildemose Festival).
John The Fish 'A Leaf Must Fall' (Clive Palmer/Famous Jug Band cover).
John Kirkpatrick 'Black Jack Davy' (YouTube video).
John Kirkpatrick 'Everything's Fine Right Now' (YouTube video).
LiteGauge 'First Girl I Loved' (YouTube video).
LiteGauge 'A Leaf Must Fall' (YouTube video - Clive Palmer/Famous Jug Band cover).
Ralph McTell 'A Leaf Must Fall' (Clive Palmer/Famous Jug Band cover).
Zap Pollendratch 'nlows420' 'Koeeoaddi There' (YouTube video).
Zap Pollendratch 'nlows420' 'The Half-Remarkable Question' (YouTube video).
Zap Pollendratch 'nlows420' 'Job's Tears' (YouTube video).
Zap Pollendratch 'nlows420' 'The Iron Stone' (YouTube video).
Leiv Reed 'My Name Is Death' (Last FM download).
18.06.08 Live, Unreleased And Rare: John Peel's 'Sounds Of The Seventies' programmes on the 13.10.71 (recorded 5.10.71), 29.8.72 (recorded 14.8.72), 6.3.73 (recorded 26.2.73) and 23.10.73 (recorded 9.10.73) continued to use the 'Top Gear' title. The 17.3.72 (recorded 29.2.72) 'Sounds Of The Seventies' show was not a 'Top Gear' one, but a new Friday night show, sometimes refered to as 'Friday night is boogie night' due to the jingles used.
Influences: 'White Bird' - 'Aayega Aanewala' composed by Khemchand Prakash.
Covers: Bart Davenport 'You Get Brighter' (YouTube video).
Dulcimerea 'My Name Is Death' (YouTube video).
Will Fly 'HenfieldWill' 'Empty Pocket Blues' (YouTube video).
Dom Fox 'First Girl I Loved' (YouTube video).
FoxxVixx 'October Song' (YouTube video).
Krysia Kocjan 'A Leaf Must Fall' (Clive Palmer/FJB cover).
LiteGauge 'Job's Tears' (YouTube video - Second half, 'The old golden land').
LiteGauge 'October Song' (YouTube video - In open D tuning).
Don Partridge 'First Girl I Loved' (full details added).
21.04.08 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Added 'Liquid Acrobat As Regards The Air' US Radio Advertisement, Late 1971/Early 1972.
Confirm the jig titles for POP 2, ORTF, May 1972.
Influences: 'Empty Pocket Blues' - Wizz Jones' 'Teapot Blues' appeared on his 1969 self-titled debut LP.
Covers: Sorted out the Wizz Jones ISB covers.
LiteGauge 'Womankind' (YouTube video).
Ryan 'peachdetector' 'The Road The Gypsies Go' (YouTube video).
01.04.08 Covers: Archytyp 'First Girl I Loved' (YouTube video).
Creamcheeze Good-Time Band 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky'.
Green Crown 'Music Of The Ages' (COB cover).
Alistair Hulett 'First Girl I Loved'.
Linda Miller & Nathan Curry 'Sleepers Awake!'.
Linda Miller & Nathan Curry 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky'.
Al Stewart 'Good As Gone' (Fan club releases).
Al Stewart 'Maybe Someday' (Fan club releases).
Tir na nOg 'The Hedgehog's Song' (Live).
20.02.08 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Corrected the track listing for the Fillmore East, New York, 14.12.69 Videofreex footage and provide a link to a clip of 'Dust Be Diamonds'.
In several places 'Dust Be Diamonds' was credited as a Robin composition instead of a joint Heron/Williamson one.
Covers: Robyn Hitchcock 'The Yellow Snake' (live).
LiteGauge 'October Song', 'The Hedgehog's Song', 'Chinese White' and 'Empty Pocket Blues' (YouTube videos).
Mapingthefreakout 'The Half-Remarkable Question' (YouTube video).
Monkeypox 'Painted Chariot' (YouTube video).
'Nlows420' 'Koeeoaddi There' (YouTube video).
21.12.07 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Balmore Tapes were most likely recorded between October 1966 and February 1967.
Further information on the 'Be Glad For The Song Has No Ending' film, the Royal Festival Hall, London, 30.3.68 sequences, the previously unmentioned snippet of 'Douglas Traherne Harding' and the lost version of 'A Very Cellular Song.
The 'Seasons They Change' LP version of 'Queen Juanita And Her Fisherman Lover' is an out-take from the 'I Looked Up' sessions (late 1969/early 1970) rather than 'Changing Horses' as previously suggested.
Was the 'Hard Rope And Silken Twine' version of 'Cold Days Of February' recorded at the Rainbow Theatre, London, 12.11.73 or the New Theatre, Oxford, 20.11.73?
Influences: 'Maybe Someday', the melody is possibly Moroccan.
'Puppies' owes more than a nod to Leadbelly's Poor Howard.
'Black Jack Davy' and Kenneth McKellar's 'Road To The Isles'.
'See All The People' and possible classical influence.
'Waiting For You', 'One, Two, Button Your Shoe' was originally recorded by Bing Crosby, not Billie Holiday.
'Robot Blues' and Robert Johnson's 'Terraplane Blues' and 'Travelling Riverside Blues'.
'Sandy Land' and lyrical similarities to the traditional 'Sally Ann'.
'Whistle Tune' possibly Peruvian.
Covers: AA All Stars 'A Very Cellular Song', 'Dear Old Battlefield', 'Log Cabin In The Sky', 'Spirit Beautiful' and 'Swift As The Wind' (YouTube videos).
'Archytyp' 'Everything's Fine Right Now' (YouTube video).
Shirley & Dolly Collins 'Painting Box'/'My Name Is Death' medley (live).
Steve 'dinespit' 'You Get Brighter' (YouTube video).
Tommy Orr 'Empty Pocket Blues' and 'October Song' (YouTube videos).
Dave Toye 'October Song' YouTube video.
Links: Added a link to Wolfgang's ISB site.
17.10.07 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Videofreex footage, previously dated to late November 1969, actually comes from the band's appearance at the Fillmore East on the 14.12.69.
The German 'Beatclub' footage from the 24.10.70 is now officially available on DVD.
Ozit DVD of the 1972 Bickershaw Festival released, including the ISB performing 'Weather The Storm'.
Added French TV footage - POP 2, ORTF, May 1972.
Added Lyrics to 'George Collins' and 'Sir Patrick Spens'.
Influences: 'Little Cloud' - BBC radio version possibly by Flanders and Swann.
'Waiting For You' - Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday and Bing Crosby influences.
'Darling Belle' - link to 'First World War - Vintage Audio' versions of 'Keep The Home Fires Burning'.
Added details of lost songs and covers, 'Faraway Look', 'Lost Lover Blues', 'Stealin' Stealin' and 'Cajun Song'.
Covers: Glasgowboy23 'Painting Box' (YouTube video).
R. Howard And His Lime Chalks 'Everything's Fine Right Now' (YouTube video).
31.07.07 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Fillmore West, San Francisco, 11.5.70 Stone Monkey-less 'U' show is available on Wolfgang's Vault Concert Vault, with the possibility that they also have a tape of the 13.5.70 show.
Lost Songs: Mike's 'Sold On Your Love' was performed on the band's final 1974 tour.
'Ma Vieux Amante' and Jacques Brel's 'La Chanson Des Vieux Amants'.
Influences: 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' and Woody Guthrie's 'Cowboy Waltz'.
Covers: Devendra Banhart 'Bright Eyed One' (YouTube video, C.O.B. cover).
Simon Bath 'Seagull' (YouTube video).
The Boscastle Busker & Friends 'Black Jack Davy'.
27.06.07 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Added Salle Industrielle, Lille, 1.10.73.
Covers: Robyn Hitchcock 'Chinese White' (live performance).
16.04.07 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The John Peel's 'Top Gear' session version of 'Dark Eyed Lady' (recorded on the 20.7.70) may have been included in the original broadcast on the 25.7.70 after all.
The Stuart Henry's 'Sounds Of The Seventies' session recorded on the 17.9.70 didn't include 'Raga Puti' in it's repeat broadcast on the 29.10.70.
The arrangement of 'Raga Puti' was by Mike.
Details of BBC recordings included on the new Hux Records 2 CD set 'Across The Airwaves' (HUX 087).
'You've Been A Friend To Me' was written by William Shakespeare Hays, also corrections to the lyrics.
Lost Songs: Robin's 'Precious Blues And Greys' and Mike's 'Draw Back The Veil' were reported to have been played at the band's show at the Hemel Hempstead Pavilion on the 6th July 1974.
Influences: 'Willow Pattern' is based on a genuine Chinese melody.
Covers: Kate Green - added MySpace link.
19.03.07 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Thanks to Ken Garner (who's working on a new book covering all of John Peel's BBC programmes) and an existing tape of the complete show, confirmation of the content of the 6.3.68 (recorded 4.3.68) 'Nightride' session and the repeat broadcast on the 26.6.68.
The 24.8.69 (recorded 5.8.69) BBC session was for John Peel's 'Top Gear' programme, not 'Nightride'. Also confirm that the repeat broadcast, where 'Black Jack Davy' was added, was on the 1.11.69.
The John Peel's 'Top Gear', 25.7.70 (recorded 20.7.70) version of 'Dark Eyed Lady' was only broadcast when the session was repeated on the 3.10.70.
The Stuart Henry's 'Sounds Of The Seventies', 24.9.70 (recorded 17.9.70) version of 'Ring Dance' was only broadcast when the session was repeated on the 29.10.70.
Influences: 'White Bird' and Captain Beefheart's 'Dali's Car'.
Covers: Dave Barrett 'You've Been A Friend To Me' (website download).
Liam Markham 'Dandelion Blues' (YouTube video).
Matilde89 'Greatest Friend' (YouTube video).
12.02.07 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Fillmore East 27.11.68 jig set comprises the tunes 'Ten Penny Money' and 'The Kid On The Mountain' (not 'Comb Your Hair And Curl It' as originally thought).
The third tune in the 'Chief O'Neill's Favourite' jigs set is 'Rags And Tatters'.
'Secret Temple' is a Likky and Mike co-composition.
Further confirmation that the Ultrasonic Studios, Hempstead, NY, April 1973 recording from WLIR radio dates to the 24.4.73.
Influences: Information on other versions of 'Bright Morning Stars', including Steeleye Span's.
Corrections to jig titles as per live, unreleased and rare updates.
Covers: Liam Markham ('Eyeball226') 'The Half-Remarkable Question' (YouTube video).
Removed Steeleye Span's 'Bright Morning Stars' as it's not really a String Band cover.
02.01.07 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The 'Got No Shoes, Got No Blues' bootleg video from the 1969 Texas International Pop Festival does not include the String Band, although they are mentioned in the opening credits.
The Paris Theatre, London, 18.3.71 BBC Radio One 'In Concert' programme was actually broadcast on the 28.3.71 (with a repeat on the 31.3.71).
Corrections to the lyrics to 'Lowlands Away'.
The lyrics to the missing extended version of 'Sunday Song' are taken from a long lost audience tape from Birmingham Town Hall, 8.10.71.
Influences: Olly Oakley's arrangement of 'Schaeffer's Jig'.
Further information on the influences of 'A Very Cellular Song' and the 3HO's 'On This Day / Long Time Sun'.
Further information on 'The Real Bahamas' influence on 'Job's Tears'.
'White Bird' and the Joe Boyd produced Nonesuch LP 'Kalpana Improvisations - Instrumental & Dance Music Of India'.
Further information on 'The Real Bahamas' influence on 'Seagull'.
'The Mountain Road' fiddle tune is not traditional, it was written by Michael Gorman.
Information on the recording of 'Second Fiddle' with Greyhound.
Covers: Simon Bath 'Koeeoaddi There' (YouTube video).
Folkways 'October Song'.
27.11.06 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Confirm the jig titles for the Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 17.7.70.
The jig titles listed as 'Coleman's Fancy', 'Rakish Paddy', 'The Wayward Fox' and 'Johnny Grey', taken from the 'In Session Tonight' book listing for the Stuart Henry's 'Sounds Of The Seventies', 24.9.70 (Recorded 17.9.70) session, are incorrect. They are infact 'Chief O'Neill's Favourite', 'The Mountain Road' and two, as yet, unidentified reels of possibly Scottish and Appalachian origin.
Corrections and questions on the lyrics to 'The Fourth Of August'.
Added the UK LP release dates for Mike's 'Smiling Men With Bad Reputations' and Robin's 'Myrrh' as background information.
Lost Songs: Mike's 'Handful Of Dust'.
Covers: Andre And Jackie 'Everything's Fine Right Now' (YouTube video).
Jay Ansill's 'Tribute To The Incredible String Band Volume 3' CD.
Simon Bath 'Chinese White', 'Cosmic Boy', 'Lover Man', 'Puppies', 'The Half-Remarkable Question' and 'Strings In The Earth And Air' (YouTube videos).
Wizz Jones 'First Girl I Loved' (YouTube video).
25.10.06 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Confirm the jig titles for Newcastle City Hall, 7.12.72.
According to the BBC Radio International web-site, the BBC Radio One 'In Concert' programme from the Paris Theatre, London, 9.12.72 was recorded on the 23.11.72.
Confirm the piano solo, medley content and jig titles for Bristol University, 18.2.73.
Confirm the jig titles for the State Theatre, Dublin, 20.3.73, one set was also missing.
'King Biscuit Flower Hour', London 1973 is a partial version of the BBC Radio One 'In Concert' show from the Paris Theatre, London, 9.12.72.
Added lyrics to 'Likky's Memoir', 'Noah And The Dove', 'The Fourth Of August', 'I'd Cry', 'Out Of The Dark Waters' and 'St Giles And The Dragon'.
Influences: 'Empty Pocket Blues' and Wizz Jones' 'Teapot Blues'.
Further information on 'White Bird' and the Bollywood song 'Aayega Aanewala'.
'The Song Has No Ending' and the traditional song 'Long Lankin'.
Covers: Jay Ansill 'Maybe Someday' (website download).
Bert Jansch 'Empty Pocket Blues' (as 'My Pocket's Empty').
19.09.06 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Wolfgang's Vault Radio versions of 'Glad To See You', 'Cutting The Strings' and 'This Moment', most likely from the Fillmore West, San Francisco, 11 or 13.5.70. Due to the number of non-'U' songs featured in this show, assuming they are all from the same date, this is no longer listed as a 'U' performance.
Influences: 'Black Jack Davy' and 'The Gypsy Laddie' (Child Ballad #200).
'Evolution Rag' and the Dallas String Band's 'Dallas Rag'.
The Balmore Tapes song 'I Ain't Goin' To Work Tomorrow' is from the Carter Family.
Further information on the sources of the traditional songs 'A Ballynure Ballad', 'The Month Of January', 'The Twa Sisters', 'The Cruel Brother', 'George Collins', 'Sir Patrick Spens' and 'Geordie'.
Covers: Jay Ansill 'A Very Cellular Song' (website download).
Correct link to Cindy Kallet's web site ('October Song' cover with Gordon Bok).
Dragon 'When The Music Starts To Play', 'Maybe Someday', 'Painting Box', 'Everything's Fine Right Now' and 'The Hedgehog's Song' (unreleased live recordings from 09-03-78). Donnie Munro 'October Song'.
15.08.06 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Balmore Tapes song 'Going To Leave This Country' is the Carter Family's 'I Ain't Goin' To Work Tomorrow' and 'Ring-A-Doo-A-Daddy-O' is the Irish tradional song 'A Ballynure Ballad'.
Wolfgang's Vault Radio version of 'Puppet Song', most likely from the Fillmore West, San Francisco, 11 or 13.5.70.
Added lyrics to 'As I Roved Out', 'I Ain't Goin' To Work Tomorrow', 'The Little Gypsy Girl', 'How Sweet To Be A Cloud', 'Anach Cuin', 'A Ballynure Ballad', 'The Month Of January', 'The Twa Sisters' and 'The Cruel Brother'.
20.07.06 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Balmore Tapes song 'Bleeker Street Blues' is a version of Tom Paxton's 'Cindy's Crying', 'As I Walked Out On A May Morning' is really 'As I Roved Out', 'Relax Your Mind' is a Ledbelly song, 'One Hundred Forty Three' is the Carter Family's 'Engine 143', 'Gypsy Girl' is really 'The Little Gypsy Girl' and 'The Dreadful Wind And Rain' is really 'The Twa Sisters'.
Lyric corrections to 'Blues For The Muse'.
'God Dog' from 'The Chelsea Sessions 1967' CD most likely dates from 'The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter' sessions rather than '5000 Spirits'.
'Mercy I Cry City' was missing from the Fillmore East, New York, 5.6.68.
Ludlow's Garage, Cincinnati, May 1969, Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville (near Dallas), 31.8.69 and Berkeley Community Theatre, 31.12.69 are all soundboard recordings, not audience tapes.
Wolfgang's Vault Radio versions of 'Light In Time of Darkness', 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' and 'Worlds They Rise And Fall', most likely from the Fillmore West, San Francisco, 11 or 13.5.70.
The versions of 'Down Before Cathay' from John Peel's 'Sounds Of The Seventies', 17.3.72 (Recorded 29.2.72) and Eide Kino, Bergen, Norway, 23.3.72 feature a different (and superior) arrangement to the 'No Ruinous Feud' LP.
The version of 'Banks Of Sweet Italy' from Eide Kino, Bergen, Norway, 23.3.72 features an additional verse absent from the 'Earthspan' LP.
The pantomime 'The Worthy Woodcutter, The Wicked Wizard And The Wicked Weasel' was missing from Eide Kino, Bergen, Norway, 23.3.72.
Add individual song credits to the 'Job's Tears'/'Koeeoaddi There'/'A Very Cellular Song' medley performed at the Bickershaw Festival, Lancashire, 6.5.72 and also the 'Witches Hat'/'Koeeoaddi There'/'A Very Cellular Song' 'Hangman's Medley' performed during 1972-73.
'St Gilles And The Dragon' should be 'St Giles And The Dragon', it's 'Giles Crocodile' part 2.
Added Granada TV Show, Manchester, 18.2.74.
Added lyrics to 'Cindy's Crying', 'Every Time', 'Relax Your Mind', 'More Pretty Girls Than One' and 'Engine 143'.
Influences: Corrections to the Balmore Tapes songs as per the live, unreleased and rare list.
Added lost songs page.
12.06.06 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Balmore Tapes song 'Are You Ready?' is actually a version of the traditional song 'Join The Band', as performed as part of a medley during 1970. 'Lover Man' was also missing from the track listing.
Added Champness Hall, Rochdale, 16.2.74.
Correct the lyrics to 'Secret Temple'.
Added lyrics to 'Beneath The Larked Sky' and 'Strong Thing'.
Added the UK LP release dates as background information.
Influences: Details of 'Join The Band' by John Davis and group.
Details of 'Every Time' by Tom Paxton.
Covers: Dave Bordewey & Dave Young 'Black Jack Davy' (BBC Radio Shropshire session).
Mark Steven Brooks & Gary Lucas 'Beyond The See' (unreleased).
Added link for Beyond The Bars.
16.05.06 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The list now includes pre-ISB recordings - Robin and Owen Hand at the St Andrews Folk Club, Edinburgh, October 1963, Robin and Clive's 'Jazz Bo's Holiday' from the Decca 'Edinburgh Folk Festival Vol. 1' LP and Robin and Clive at the St Andrews Folk Club, Edinburgh, November 1964. Also added lyrics for most of these traditional songs.
Updated background details to the Corries Folk Festival, Edinburgh, 1.8.67.
Added 'U', Fillmore West, San Francisco, 11 or 13.5.70.
A BBC 'Top Of The Pops' transcription disc LP has surfaced, containing an edited version of 'Restless Night' from John Peel's 'Sounds Of The Seventies', 17.3.72 (Recorded 29.2.72) and, more importantly, the only known studio recording of 'Secret Temple'.
Details of a BBC 'Day In The Life' TV documentary from the Bickershaw Festival, Lancashire, 6.5.72, believed to feature the String Band.
A more complete version of the Toronto, Canada, October 1972 live recording has been released as part of the two CD set 'The Circle Is Unbroken: Live And Studio 1967-1972'.
Added the Rainbow Theatre, London, 12.11.73.
Added Swiss TV, Lugano, Late 1973 or Early 1974 and the possibility of a further live TV show from Rome.
Added rehearsals, Probably Mid-1974.
Details of the BBC transcription disc LP of the Radio One 'In Concert' show from the Golders Green Hippodrome, London, 17.5.74 (Broadcast 1.6.74), including an alternate version of 'Jack Straw's Wishes'.
Added the Bottom Line, New York, 25.8.74.
Correct lyrics to 'Long Long Road'.
Moved the full update history to a seperate page.
Influences: 'Air' and 'The Gauguin Years - Songs And Dances Of Tahiti'.
27.03.06 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The Julie Felix 'Once More With Felix', 23.3.68, version of 'The Half Remarkable Question' was shown as part of BBC4's 'Folk Britannia' series on 10.02.06.
Woodstock Festival, Bethel, New York, 15.8.69 - was 'Come With Me' also played?
Correct set lists for BBC Radio One 'In Concert', Paris Theatre, London, 9.12.72 and Ultrasonic Studios, Hempstead, NY, April 1973.
Speculation on the recording and broadcast dates of 'King Biscuit Flower Hour', London 1973.
Added Palau De La Musica, Barcelona, 25.5.73.
Covers: Jay Ansill 'Blues For The Muse' (website download).
Jay Ansill 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' (website download).
The Famous Potatoes 'Log Cabin Home In The Sky' (Andy Kershaw BBC session).
The Human Beast 'Maybe Someday'.
27.09.05 Covers: Jay Ansill's 'Incredible String Band Tribute Vol. 2' CD.
Monkeypox 'Painted Chariot'.
19.04.05 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Added VJOEW (Dutch TV), Early To Mid 1968.
Details of Film footage from the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville (near Dallas), 31.8.69.
Added New York(?), Late November 1969 (missing Videofreex footage).
Added 'U', The Roundhouse, London, 8 to 18.4.70 (missing TVX video footage).
Added 'U' Rehearsals, Fillmore East, New York, April 1970 (missing Jackie Cassen video footage).
Added Newcastle City Hall, 7.12.72.
Covers: Jay Ansill 'Come With Me' (website download).
Jay Ansill 'Chinese White' (website download).
Jay Ansill 'Queen Of Love' (website download).
Derek Brimstone 'When The Music Starts To Play'.
Alex Harvey 'Maybe Someday'.
Anne Sands 'October Song'.
Saraband 'This Moment'.
Saraband 'Black Jacky Davy'.
Steeleye Span 'Bright Morning Stars'.
Added links to many artists web sites.
26.01.05 Live, Unreleased And Rare: 'Every Time I Hear The Sweet Birds Singing' by Tom Paxton, as performed on the Balmore Tapes, is actually called 'Every Time' and is from his 1965 Elektra album 'Ain't That News'. An early version, titled 'Ev'ry Time' was released on his rare 1962 Gaslight album 'I'm The Man Who Built The Bridges'.
At least one other song was performed on the 'Once More With Felix' pilot show, Summer/Autumn 1967.
Updated information on the sources of all the currently available Woodstock footage.
Added Mike's appearance on WMCA, New York, 25.4.70.
A rough audience tape of 'U' from the Fillmore East, New York, 26.4.70 has surfaced.
'Join The Band' is a traditional hauling song from the days of the big sailing schooners, performed by John Davis and group on the LP 'Sounds of the South - The Classic Alan Lomax Sessions Recorded Live In The Southern States Of The USA'.
The 'Join The Band' medley also includes the traditional negro spiritual 'This Little Light Of Mine'.
Further information and correct credits for 'Bright Morning Stars'.
An advert from the time gives the date of the 1971 WPLJ show as 11.5.71, rather than 18.5.71.
Further information about Stuart Gordon and Mike's show at the Renold Theatre, UMIST, Manchester, 8.12.71.
Rename the 'Pantomime Interlude' from the Brighton Dome, 24.2.72 to 'The Worthy Woodcutter, The Wicked Wizard And The Wicked Weasel' as suggested by Raymond Greenoaken. Mike is reported to have sensibly stayed back stage during this so probably does not deserve a writing credit, although Likky possibly does.
Arthur Marshall co-wrote 'Swipesy Cakewalk' with Scott Joplin.
Lyric corrections to 'All Too Much For Me', 'Blues for the Muse', 'Frutch', 'Giles Crocodile' (Tampa version), 'The Iron Stone', 'Long Long Road', 'Queen Juanita And Her Fisherman Lover' and 'You've Been A Friend To Me'. Added lyrics to 'Geordie', 'Join The Band', 'Let It Shine', 'Take Your Burden To The Lord', 'This Little Light Of Mine' and the complete 'Raga Puti'.
Added main front, influences, covers and links pages.
07.01.04 Live, Unreleased And Rare: The complete 'Chinese White' from the Corries Folk Festival, Edinburgh, 1.8.67 does exist.
Added 'Once More With Felix' pilot show, Summer/Autumn 1967.
Added 'Late Night Line-Up', Autumn 1967.
The 15.10.67 'Top Gear' session was presented by Pete Drummond and Tommy Vance, not John Peel.
The 'Mothers Day' Fillmore East concert dates from 5.6.68.
Added information on the 'Scottish Jig' from the Fillmore East, New York, 27.11.68, including the title of one of the two tunes, 'Comb Your Hair And Curl It'. 'You Get Brighter' was also missing from this recording.
Added Fillmore East, New York, 27.4.69 and the alternate early lyrics to 'When You Find Out Who You Are'.
'Philadelphia Folk Festival 1969' bootleg CD released.
Update to City Hall, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 26.10.69 - is the untitled instrumental just a long introduction to 'Maya'?
Further information on the Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 17.7.70 jigs.
Correct the set list for the Brighton Dome, 10.10.70 and resolve the mysterious 'Good To Be Here' (it's just part of 'Rainbow').
Confirm that the 'Beatclub' appearance was broadcast on 24.10.70 on TV station Radio Bremen. Add a link to the TV Tome web-page for this show.
Further information on Pacific High Studios, San Francisco, 15.2.71.
Added Renold Theatre, UMIST, Manchester, 8.12.71 (Mike Heron solo show).
Correct Pall Mall, Boston, 10.8.72, it should be Paul's Mall and the date should be 8.10.72.
Ultrasonic Studios, Hempstead, NY, April 1973 most likely dates to 24.4.73.
The untitled instrumental from Tampa, Florida, 29.4.73 is the Irish traditional tune 'Brian Boru's March'.
Added King Biscuit Flower Hour, London 1973.
Added 'Midnight Special', 11.5.73.
Added US Breakfast TV, Atlanta, April/May 1973.
Added Danish TV Special, Copenhagen, 2.3.74, and possibly other European TV shows.
Confirm the jig titles for Pacific High Studios, San Francisco, 15.2.71, WPLJ, New York, 18.5.71, Brighton Dome, 24.2.72, Paul's Mall, Boston, 8.10.72, Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, March 1973, Ultrasonic Studios, Hempstead, NY, April 1973 and Tampa, Florida, 29.4.73.
Confirm medley titles for the Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 17.7.70, Bolton College Of Technology, 23.2.73 and Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, March 1973.
Only 'Eyes Like Leaves' in the 'Grumbling Old Men' jig set is a Robin composition, the other three being traditional. Correct the credits for occassions where the set was played without this tune.
All four jigs in 'The Bird That Lives On Rain' set are Robin compositions, not traditional.
'Tear The Silk' is not traditional but a Robin composition.
06.11.02 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Added Fillmore East, New York, 27.11.68.
Notes on the fate of the John Peel's 'Nightride', 5.3.69 radio session master tape.
Added Ludlow's Garage, Cincinnati, May 1969.
'Be Glad For The Song has No Ending' released on DVD.
Woodstock - MPEG videos of the band's set have surfaced, a short clip of the ISB is featured on the new 'Woodstock Diaries' DVD, 'Invocation' may have been performed.
The Philadelphia Folk Festival appearance dates to the 23 or 24.8.69, not 12.8.69.
'Unbroken Circle' bootleg CD released containing BBC radio sessions from 24.8.69, 25.7.70 and 9.1.71.
The Texas International Pop Festival was in Lewisville, north of Dallas, not Austin.
The mysterious 'Come Hither' from the City Hall, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 26.10.69 is more than likely a mistitled 'Come With Me'.
The Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, 31.12.69 tape is really from the Berkeley Community Theatre.
Added 'Gather Round' from the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, 18.7.70.
Added 'Joe's Waltz' from the Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, 28.10.70.
Added Pacific High Studios, San Francisco, 15.2.71.
Added Bickershaw Festival, Lancashire, 6.5.72.
Details of incorrectly titled copies of the WPLJ, New York, 18.5.71 tape.
Added the Second British Rock Meeting, Insel Grun, Germersheim, Germany, 21.5.72.
The Lincoln Folk Festival, 24.7.71 was really named the Tupholme Manor Park Folk Concert.
The venue for Bergen, Norway, 23.3.72 was Eide Kino - also add jig titles.
Further information on Toronto, Canada, October 1972 ('First Girl I Loved' CD).
'Wild Cat Blues' was written by Thomas 'Fats' Waller and Clarence Williams, not Scott Joplin.
Further information and full set list for Sundown, Edmonton, 24.11.72.
Add titles of rag, jigs and medley from Fairfield Hall, Croydon, 26.11.72.
The venue for Bristol, 18.2.73 was Bristol University.
Town Hall, Bolton, 23.2.73 was really Bolton College Of Technology.
Further information and full set list for Royal Festival Hall, London, 17.3.73.
The Ultrasonic Studios tape from April 1973 came from WLIR radio, the studios are located in Hempstead, New York state.
Tampa, Florida, 29.4.73 is a soundboard recording, not a radio broadcast.
Added the New Theatre, Oxford, 20.11.73.
Added lyrics to 'Gather Round', 'Joe's Waltz' and a partial 'Secret Temple'.
Add intelligent guesses for the various jigs and medleys, based on similar set lists from the time - unknown and unconfirmed titles are marked by ******.
10.05.01 Live, Unreleased And Rare: Added 'The Balmore Tapes', Late 1966/Early 1967.
Added the 'Be Glad For The Song Has No Ending' film.
Added the Philadelphia Folk Festival, Schwenksville, 12.8.69.
Further information about the Texas International Pop Festival, Austin, 31.8.69 recording.
Added the City Hall, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 26.10.69.
Added the Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 17.7.70.
Confirm Norway, March 1972 is actually Bergen, Norway, 23.3.72.
Added Pall Mall, Boston, 10.8.72.
Added Bristol, 18.2.73.
Added the Town Hall, Bolton, 23.2.73.
Added the Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, March 1973.
Full track listing for Ultrasonic Studios, NYC, April 1973.
Full track listing for Tampa, Florida, 29.4.73.
Correct titles of 'Black Jack Davy' / 'David' - early, 'I Looked Up' period, versions are 'Davy', later, 'Earthspan' period, versions are 'David'.
Correct title of 'Where Are You Living Now Man?' to 'Skiffle Song'.
Split 'Rehearsal' film entry into separate Glen Row, Summer 1973 and Colston Hall, Bristol, 23.10.73 sections.
Confirm location and recording date (Golders Green Hippodrome, London, 17.5.74) for final BBC Radio One 'In Concert' broadcast (1.6.74).
Added alternate 'Giles Crocodile' lyrics from Tampa, Florida, 29.4.73.
26.01.01 Original version of the live, unreleased and rare list posted to the ISB mailing list