Iain Matthews (born Ian Matthews MacDonald, 16 June 1946) is an English musician and singer-songwriter Born in Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire, Matthews was known in the 1960s as Ian MacDonald, but changed his name to Ian Matthews (his mother's maiden name) in 1968 to avoid confusion with Ian McDonald of King Crimson,. Valley Hi, Some Days You Eat The Bear (2003) Water Records. Stealin’ Home, Siamese Friends (2005 remaster) BGO Records.
Valley Hi. 1. Keep On Sailing. Written-By – Ian Matthews. 2. Old Man At The Mill. Arranged By – Matthews. 11 to 20 : "Some Days You Eat The Bear" from 1974. mastered in high definition in 2016 by Andrew Thompson at Sound Performance, London 24 page booklet.
Ian Matthews recorded a pair of solid albums for Elektra during the early '70s: Valley Hi, produced by Michael Nesmith, and Some Days You Eat the Bear and Some Days the Bear Eats You, which was self-produced. While it may seem less obvious in 2004, at the time country-rock hadn't been completely co-opted by groups like the Eagles. Perhaps this is the reason why Some Days You Eat the Bear balances out better overall. On lovely cuts like Danny Whitten's "I Don't Want to Talk About It," the steel guitar and fiddle have been traded for a more straightforward production that works better with Matthews' vocals.
Album · 1974 · 10 Songs. Rhino Hi-Five: Ian Matthews - EP. 2007. Live From London (Live). See All. Second Avenue.
Album by Ian Matthews. is a cover of. Dirty Work by Steely Dan (1972). Ol' 55. Ol' 55 by Tom Waits (1973). Do I Still Figure in Your Life.
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Some Days You Eat The Bear And Some Days The Bear Eats You is the 1974 album by country rock/folk rock musician Ian Matthews. The original vinyl album was released worldwide by Elektra Records, the second of two Ian Matthews solo albums released on that label (the first being Valley Hi in 1973), and featured various well-known session musicians such as David Lindley, Al Garth, Jeff Baxter from Steely Dan, and others