Island Records, UK
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current status: in-print in the U.K. (with bonus tracks); out-of-print in the U.S.
Island Records l.p., ILPS-9102, U.K., 1969
A&M Records l.p., SP-4206, U.S.A.
re-issue: Hannibal Records l.p., CGLP-4418, U.S.A.
re-issue: Island Records c.d., P32D-25025 (CID-9102), Japan
re-issue: Hannibal Records c.d., CGCD-4418, U.S.A.
re-issue: IslandRecords c.d., IMCD-293, U.K., 2003
re-issue: Island Records c.d., IMCD-61, U.K.
Tracks 1-8 as listed above comprise the "original" complete and proper version of "Unhalfbricking"
"Genesis Hall" and "Cajun Woman" written by Richard Thompson and published by Warlock Music Ltd.
Bonus tracks on the 2003 Island U.K. c.d. re-issue:
"The Ballad Of Easy Rider"
"A Sailor's Life" traditional arranged Sandy Denny/Richard Thompson/Simon Nicol/Ashley Hutchings/Martin Lamble and published by Warlock Music Ltd.
"Si Tu Dois Partir", "Percy's Song", "Million Dollar Bash", and "Dear Landlord" written by Bob Dylan
"Autopsy" and "Who Knows Where The Time Goes?" written by Sandy Denny
"The Ballad Of Easy Rider" written by Roger McGuinn
Produced by Joe Boyd, Simon & Fairport for Witchseason Productions Ltd.
Recorded at Sound Techniques, London and Olympic Studios, London
Engineer: John Wood
"Dear Landlord" is a previously unreleased out-take.
"The Ballad Of Easy Rider" was previously released on (guitar, vocal)
and is an out-take from Liege and Lief.
Iain Matthews: vocals on "Percy's Song"
Dave Swarbrick: fiddle on "Si Tu Dois Partir", "A Sailor's Life", and "Cajun Woman" and mandolin on "Million Dollar Bash"
Trevor Lucas: triangle on "Si Tu Dois Partir"
Marc Ellington: vocals on "Million Dollar Bash"
Dave Mattacks: drums on "The Ballad Of Easy Rider"