The Incredible String Band  

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The Incredible String Band (or ISB) was a Scottish acoustic band which, (in the words of one of their early songs) "way back in the 1960s" built a popular following within British counterculture, and the members of the group are considered psych folk musical pioneers. The group reformed in 1999 and continued to perform until 2006.

Limited discography

LPs

For solo releases, see under Robin Williamson and Mike Heron.

Singles (UK only)

  • Way Back In The 1960s / Chinese White (Elektra, 1967)
  • Painting Box / No Sleep Blues (Elektra, 1967)
  • Big Ted / All Writ Down (Elektra, 1969)
  • This Moment / Black Jack Davy (Elektra, 1970)
  • Black Jack David / Moon Hang Low (Island, 1972)
  • At The Lighthouse Dance / Jigs (Island, 1973)




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