Title: John Blair
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Hunter Muskett – Hunter Muskett. Label: Bradley's Records – BRADL 1003. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. A2. When I'm Not Around.
Hunter Muskett is an English folk-rock band, that first existed between 1968 and 1974, and reformed in 2010. The group was formed at Avery Hill College in South London, when Terry Hiscock and Chris George were joined by fellow student Doug Morter. The band’s name was taken from an anecdote about an eccentric Cornishman. Hunter Muskett began by playing in London folk-clubs and colleges mixing original songs with acoustic folk and blues.
Hunter Muskett has been played on NTS in shows including The Do!! You!!! Breakfast Show w/ Charlie Bones, featured first on 28 January 2019. Songs played include Press Gang and Davy Lowston. Acoustic/electric, multi-part harmony band playing self-written songs from 1968-74 - often classified as 'folk-rock'. Formed in south London by Terry Hiscock, Chris George & Doug Morter. Albums: Every Time You Move (Decca Nova, 1970) with Danny Thompson on double bass, producer Kim Margolis Hunter Muskett (Bradleys/ATV Music, 1973) with Michael Giles (drums), producer Keith Relf Live At The Marquee - compilation with 2 HM tracks (Bradleys/ATV Music, 1973) Single: John Blair/Silver Coin (Bradleys/ATV Music, 1973) Every.
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The album Hunter Muskett’ was released in March 1973 (on vinyl, cassette and 8-track), a single ‘John Blair’, a shorter re-recorded version of the opening song, again featuring Michael Giles, came out a month earlier, and two Muskett performances appeared on the sampler album ‘Bradleys Roadshow Live At The Marquee’.
Midsummer Nights Dream.
NotesSolid centre pressing housed in picture sleeve.
|BRAD 303||Hunter Muskett||John Blair (7", Promo)||Bradley's Records||BRAD 303||UK||1973|
|BRAD 303||Hunter Muskett||John Blair (7")||Bradley's Records||BRAD 303||UK||1973|