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: Ian Anderson
: Martin Barre and David Palmer

SIDE 1:
1. ....And The Mouse Police Never Sleeps - 3:11
2. Acres Wild - 3:22
3. No Lullaby - 7:54
4. Moths - 3:24
5. Journeyman - 3:55

SIDE 2:
1. Rover - 4:14
2. One Brown Mouse - 3:21
3. Heavy Horses - 8:57
4. Weathercock - 4:02

: Ian Anderson
: Martin Barre and David Palmer

SIDE 1:
1. ....And The Mouse Police Never Sleeps - 3:11
2. Acres Wild - 3:22
3. No Lullaby - 7:54
4. Moths - 3:24
5. Journeyman - 3:55

SIDE 2:
1. Rover - 4:14
2. One Brown Mouse - 3:21
3. Heavy Horses - 8:57
4. Weathercock - 4:02
:
Ian Anderson vocals, flute, acoustic and occasional electric guitars, mandolin
Martin Barre electric guitar
John Evan piano and organ
Barriemore Barlow drums and percussion
John Glascock bass guitar, backing vocals (uncredited)
David Palmer portative pipe organ, other keyboards and orchestral arrangements
:
Darryl Way solo violin on "Acres Wild" and "Heavy Horses"

:
Produced by Ian Anderson
Engineer: Robin Black
Recorded at Maison Rouge Studio, Fulham, London, January 1978
Front cover photograph: James Cotier
With thanks to Barley and Sir Jim
courtesy of the Courage Shire Horse Centre
Back cover photograph: Shona Anderson

This album is dedicated to: The Highland, Welsh Mountain, Shetland, Fell, Dales, Cleveland and the other indigenous working ponies and horses of Great Britain, who, however tiny or great in stature, can truly count themselves as being amongst our Heavy Horses; also, Lupus, Fur, Tigger and Mistletoe - and of course, Shona and young Master James. I.A.

:
Ian Anderson vocals, flute, acoustic and occasional electric guitars, mandolin
Martin Barre electric guitar
John Evan piano and organ
Barriemore Barlow drums and percussion
John Glascock bass guitar, backing vocals (uncredited)
David Palmer portative pipe organ, other keyboards and orchestral arrangements
:
Darryl Way solo violin on "Acres Wild" and "Heavy Horses"

:
Produced by Ian Anderson
Engineer: Robin Black
Recorded at Maison Rouge Studio, Fulham, London, January 1978
Front cover photograph: James Cotier
With thanks to Barley and Sir Jim
courtesy of the Courage Shire Horse Centre
Back cover photograph: Shona Anderson

This album is dedicated to: The Highland, Welsh Mountain, Shetland, Fell, Dales, Cleveland and the other indigenous working ponies and horses of Great Britain, who, however tiny or great in stature, can truly count themselves as being amongst our Heavy Horses; also, Lupus, Fur, Tigger and Mistletoe - and of course, Shona and young Master James. I.A.

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