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9 thoughts on “ Per Errationes Ad Astra - Ian Anderson - Homo Erraticus (CD, Album)

  1. Apr 14,  · Homo Erraticus Ian Anderson Rock · Preview SONG Per Errationes Ad Astra. PREVIEW 15 Songs, 52 Minutes. Released April 14, ℗ The Ian Anderson Group Of Companies / Calliandra Records Under Exclusive Licence To .
  2. Kazrajin says:
    Per errationes ad astra? Then dream, dream on. The dream is all. All good sense gone. Neil, Buzz, and Michael, they made a team. The right stuff in a can of spam. The brave adventure came to nought, cruel economics had their say. A tiny bubble of pure white light from mighty engines roared on Pad 39A in the night. Orbiters and Soyuz towered on.
  3. Samukinos says:
    Die Babyblauen Seiten sind die deutschsprachige Progressive Rock Enzyklopädie der Mailingliste progrock-dt: tausende Rezensionen von Prog-Platten, alt wie neu, und viele weitere Infos rund um Progressive Rock.
  4. Kikinos says:
    In , Ian Anderson released Thick As A Brick 2, the follow-up to Jethro Tull’s legendary concept album. The album was a critical and commercial success, charting around the world. In April he returns with Homo Erraticus, his new studio album.
  5. Tojabei says:
    15 rows · Tripudium Ad Bellum: After These Wars: New Blood, Old Veins The Browning /5().
  6. IAN ANDERSON Homo Erraticus ( UK limited edition deluxe 4-disc set, comprising the track CD album, a second CD of demos, an audio DVD with the album in and 24 Bit high resolution, a DVD with interviews, artwork & 'making of' documentary, housed in a sixty page hardback book with blue hessian cover & gold embossed text.
  7. Kajirisar says:
    Apr 14,  · Homo Erraticus is the sixth studio album by British progressive rock musician Ian Anderson, who is also the frontman of Jethro Tull. Released on 14 April , Homo Erraticus is a concept album, loosely connected to Jethro Tull's Thick as a Brick and Anderson's Thick as a Brick 2, since it again credits the lyrics to the fictional character Gerald Bostock/5(28).

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