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Customer Reviews

See My Way, not the Original Way

I was hoping for the original Ahead Rings Out version of See My Way; this version is a little slowed down; the even more extended version is even mor wierd - it sounds like the intor calls the band Baldwyn Pilg . . . . As for the Jethro Tull pedigree mentioned by the first reviewer, to paraphrase Johny Carson: "I DID NOT KNOW THAT!" - I could swear I was listening to Blodwyn Pig before JT even released some of their hugest hits. But hey, it was the late 60's/early 70's so my memory isn't all that clear, know what I mean?

More Bogus Remakes...

See My Way is NOT the one on ''Ahead Rings Out'' and neither is Dear Jill. Both are remakes. But hey, for those who remember, Taste (with Rory Gallagher) is now at iTunes and IS the real thing.

It Falls Short

Ahead Rings Out on A and M records is one of my all time favorite albums. There must be some reason that I am unaware of for it not being rereleased. Instead we get all these weird conglomerations from different time periods that do not flow. See my Way is in a different key which is understandable since Mick probably can't hit the highs anymore. The same thing happened to Greg Lake of ELP. Anyway, I sure would like to see the original of ARO available again because Blodwin Pig was an overlooked group by many that were truly one of the best blues bands ever!!


Formed: 1968 in England

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '60s, '70s

A quirky detour of late-'60s British progressive/blues rock, Blodwyn Pig was founded by former Jethro Tull guitarist Mick Abrahams, who left Tull after the This Was album. Abrahams was joined by bassist Andy Pyle, drummer Ron Berg, and Jack Lancaster, who gave the outfit their most distinctive colorings via his saxophone and flute. On their two albums, they explored a jazz/blues/progressive style somewhat in the mold of (unsurprisingly) Jethro Tull, but with a lighter feel. They also bore some similarities...
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