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Band

 

Dub Blune

Vocals, Guitars & Keyboards

 

Pat Clarke

Harmonica, Engineering and Cover Design

Collaborator since 1990, songwriter, harp player and much in demand Sonic Embellisher

 

Paul Burgess

Drums & Percussion

Renowned English Rock Drummer, first one onboard when the  album was proposed and brought his wealth of musical experience as well as a brilliant sense of humour to all the sessions.

 

Dan Bridgewood Hill

Violin & Lap Steel Guitar

lncredible musician, plays piano, drums, guitars, violin and probably anything else you put in front of him. Certainly one to listen out for in the future 

 

Steve "The Reed" Pimlott

Lead Tenor Saxophone

What can you say about "The Reed" apart from, play him the track, hit the record button and Bob's your Uncle!

Sweet tone that only comes from a lifetime devoted to his craft

 

Wes Frankel

Flute & Saxophone

Played second Sax on the opening track and "Money Is Round And It Rolls Away" as well as Flute on "Nowhere Fast"


Dickon Kyme-Wright

Upright Bass

Played upright Bass on "Nowhere Fast" also on a version of the English Folk Song c1580 "Lover And His Lass" from the sessions (unreleased)


Frank Grime

Upright Bass

Played Electric and Upright Bass on the lions share of the album tracks, a much in demand Bass player for live and studio sessions for many years.


Paul Ranuprez

Bass on "Money Is Round And It Rolls Away"

Electric Bass on, "Money Is Round And It Rolls Away" from the initial ill-fated first studio sessions,  an early mix out from the original session comprising the drums and bass lines were used to re-record the track in another studio

 

Rick Burrows

Trumpet

Another player with the sweet tone that only comes with decades of playing experience, switching effortlessly from Rock to Mariachi Band style on the Album opener  "Running In The Race" as well as beefing up the "Brass stabs" on "Make You Shake"


Joe Brownbridge

Accordian on "Gone Forever"

Answered the call for an Accordian player at short notice for the John Lennon paean, "Gone Forever", great young interpreter of both traditional and contemporary material

 

 

 

 

 

 

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