Monday, September 15, 2014

Rupert Hine - Pick Up A Bone (1971 uk, spectacular orchestrated sophisticated progressive folk rock)

Although also a recording artist in his own right, Rupert Hine earned perhaps his greatest recognition as one of the most successful and prolific producers of the synth pop era. As half of the duo Rupert & David, he made his recording debut at the age of 16 with the 1965 single "The Sound of Silence"; it was not a success, and so he maintained a low profile until 1971, venturing out as a solo performer with the LP Pick Up a Bone. 

After issuing his second solo effort, 1973's Unfinished Picture, Hine turned to production with Kevin Ayers' Confessions of Dr. Dream. In 1976 he began fronting the trio Quantum Jump, debuting that year with a self-titled album and releasing the follow-up Barracuda a year later. Around 1978 he began accepting more and more production work, helming albums from Anthony Phillips, the Members, and Camel, guiding the latter to their most commercially successful effort, I Can See Your House from Here. 
by Jason Ankeny
1. Landscape - 5:14
2. Ass All - 3:39
3. Me You Mine - 5:24
4. Scarecrow - 3:29
5. Kerosene - 7:32
6. Running Away - 4:57
7. Medicine Munday - 3:20
8. More Than One, Less Then Five - 4:14
9. Boo Boo's Faux Pas - 6:28
10.Pick Up A Bone (Rupert Hine, Simon Jeffes) - 3:51
11.Instant Muse - 1:28
All compositions by Rupert Hine, David MacIver except where stated

*Rupert Hine - Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica
*Simon Jeffes - Acoustic, Electric, Slide Guitars
*David MacIver - Guitar
*Peter Robinson - Piano, Organ
*Pete Morgan - Acoustic, Electric Bass
*Terry Cox - Drums
*Clive Hicks, Eric Ford, Joe Moretti - Guitars
*Steve Hammond - Electric Guitar, Banjo
*Paul Buckmaster - Electric Cello
*Eddie Mordue, Roy Willox - Sax, Flute
*Raul Mayora - Congas, Bells
*Roger Glover - Tambourine
*Barry de Sousa - Drums

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