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Mick Abrahams

Mick Abrahams
Country
England
Profile
Mick Abrahams was the original guitarist with Jethro Tull, but left after the first album to pursue a more blues-oriented direction, first with Blodwyn Pig, then in solo projects.
Website
http://www.squirrelmusic.com
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (21)
Mick Abrahams — Revived! Mick Abrahams — Revived!
(Gonzo Multimedia HST277CD, 2015, CD)
Mick Abrahams Band — Live in Forli Mick Abrahams Band — Live in Forli
(Gonzo Multimedia , 2014, CD)
Mick Abrahams — Novox Mick Abrahams — Novox
(Gonzo Multimedia , 2014, CD)
Mick Abrahams — Cat Squirrel Blues Mick Abrahams — Cat Squirrel Blues
(Secret Recods SECDD067, 2013, CD)
Mick Abrahams — Hoochie Coochie Man Mick Abrahams — Hoochie Coochie Man
(Secret Records SECCD076, 2013, CD)
Mick Abrahams — Leaving Home Blues Mick Abrahams — Leaving Home Blues
(Gonzo Multimedia , 2013, 2CD)
Mick Abrahams — Working in the Blues Kitchen Mick Abrahams — Working in the Blues Kitchen
(Secret Records, 2013, CD)
Mick Abrahams Band — Amongst Vikings Mick Abrahams Band — Amongst Vikings
(Squirrel Records (no #), 2012, CD)
Mick Abrahams / Sharon Watson — How Many Times Mick Abrahams / Sharon Watson — How Many Times
(Squirrel Music SMCD CD, 2002, CD)
Jethro Tull — Living with the Past Jethro Tull — Living with the Past
(Eagle Records EAGDV0003, 2002, CD+DVD)
Mick Abrahams — Mick's Back Mick Abrahams — Mick's Back
(Indigo Delux IGOXCD 501, 1996, CD)
Mick Abrahams — One Mick Abrahams — One
(A New Day AND CD 7, 1996, CD)
Mick Abrahams — All Said and Done Mick Abrahams — All Said and Done
(Elite ELITE007CD, 1991, CD)
Jethro Tull — 20 Years of Jethro Tull Jethro Tull — 20 Years of Jethro Tull
(Chrysalis V3K 41753, 1988, 3CD)
Mick Abrahams Band — At Last Mick Abrahams Band — At Last
(BGO BGOCD 671, 1972/2005, CD)
Mick Abrahams — Mick Abrahams Mick Abrahams — Mick Abrahams
(BGO BGOCD95, 1971/1992, CD)
Blodwyn Pig / Mick Abrahams Band — Radio Sessions 69-71 Blodwyn Pig / Mick Abrahams Band — Radio Sessions 69-71
(Secret Records SECCD049, 1971/2012, CD)
Blodwyn Pig — Getting to This Blodwyn Pig — Getting to This
(BGO BGOCD81, 1970/1990, CD)
Blodwyn Pig  — The Modern Alchemist Blodwyn Pig — The Modern Alchemist
(Indigo , 1970/1997, CD)
Blodwyn Pig — Ahead Rings Out Blodwyn Pig — Ahead Rings Out
(EMI 357685 2, 1969/2006, CD)
Jethro Tull — This Was Jethro Tull — This Was
(Island Records ILP 985, 1968, LP)

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