Al Jones released an obscure but good Uk folk-rock record in 1969, Alun Ashworth-Jones, reissued with several bonus songs by Mooncrest in 2001. Like very much for the reason that genre throughout that period, it had been basically immediate acoustic vocalist/songwriter music with some minor rock and roll and pop affects in the support. Commonalities to Donovan, the Amazing String Music group, Roy Harper, Nick Drake, and such are obvious, and even though Jones wasn’t as unique as some of those performers, he was achieved and enjoyable. While in Bristol, Britain, from 1966 to 1968, Jones became a significant participant in the city’s energetic folk and acoustic blues picture. He became a part of an acoustic blues trio with harmonica participant Elliott Jackson and Ian A. Anderson, later on the editor of Britain’s most prominent origins music publication, Folk Origins. (This isn’t the same Ian Anderson as the main one from Jethro Tull.) Jones’ musical range was quickly broadening beyond blues to first folk-based music, and he do amount of time in London folk night clubs by the end from the 1960s being a single act, getting friendly with John Renbourn. Jones was agreed upon to the creation firm of Sandy Roberton (most observed as manufacturer of Steeleye Period), and documented his debut record in March 1969, with some back-up by drums, violin, flute, metal electric guitar, and bass, however the sound remained extremely acoustic guitar-based. There is some live documenting done in-may 1969, and two music done in Apr 1969 with a complete electric band arrived within the compilation 49 Greek Road. Then there have been five acoustic songs documented in 1971. No second recording, however, appeared at that time, although many of these attempts were put into the 2001 Mooncrest reissue Compact disc of Alun Ashworth-Jones as reward songs. In 1973 Jones documented the Jonesville LP for Ian A. Anderson’s little Town Thing label. Then stopped playing expertly before 1990s, focusing on his Ashworth Consumer electronics business, which created pickups for acoustic devices. He began carrying out live once again in the first 1990s and came back to recording once again by the finish of the 10 years, placing out the POOL recording in 1998.