For many people who live in UK region, the name of Ivor Cutler is quite famous as one of the poets in that region. However, despite of the fact that he was quite talented as a poet, he was also good in writing quite a lot of songs during his life. That can be seen from the number of albums that he released during his life, both the ones that he sang on his own and the songs that were sung by his bands. For your information, here are some of the albums that were released by Ivor Cutler as one of the those poets with the good skills in writing songs.
The first one is Ludo. This album cannot be considered as the first album from Ivor Cutler because there were few other albums that were released by Ivor Cutler. However, this album is the first one that was made by the Ivor Cutler Trio. For your information, this album was released after Ivor Cutler had the chance to appear on the tour with the Beatles in 1967. The next one is Dandruff. The title is quite eccentric for a song album at that time, but that is something quite common considering the fact that Ivor Cutler used to be quite eccentric himself. For your information, this is the first album from Ivor Cutler that boomed even though he was the only one singing all of the songs on this album. As an addition to that, this is also the first album that he worked with the Virgin Record in 1974, one of the best records in that time.
The next one is Velvet Donkey and Jammy Smears. These two albums were also released by Ivor Cutler under the brand of. As an addition to that, these two albums were released only one to two years after the first album of Dandruff was released. On these two albums from Ivor Cutler, the songs are quite poetic and that can be seen from the lyric of the songs on these alums. Unfortunately, these two albums were the closing of the contract between Ivor Cutler and the Virgin Records. That is because after the last album was released, the Jammy Smears, the contract was cut down so that he had to find another records for the rest of his musical career. Those are some of the albums that used to be released by Ivor Cutler