Colin Hare | March Hare

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March Hare

by Colin Hare

\"UK troubadour classic from ex. Honeybus singer/guitarist which still sounds fresh and innovative today, the excellent re-mastering of this new addition makes it the best version yet\" - Shindig Magazine
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Get up the road
2:41 album only
2. Bloodshot eyes
3:17 album only
3. For where have you been
2:52 album only
4. Find me
2:07 album only
5. Underground girl
3:37 album only
6. To my maker
2:40 album only
7. Alice
2:15 album only
8. Nothing to write home about
2:49 album only
9. New day
1:55 album only
10. Cowboy Joe saga
3:45 album only
11. Just like me
4:01 album only
12. Charlie Brown`s time
3:16 album only
13. Didn`t I tell you
3:14 album only
14. Seek not in the wide world
3:39 album only


Album Notes
\"When March Hare appeared (and disappeared) in 1971, nobody would have expected the former Honeybus guitarist/singer to come up with such a well-crafted collection of original material, his previous attempts being limited to one Honeybus b-side and a couple of cuts on their classic Story album.
Colin, Honeybus drummer Pete Kircher and Rockpile guitar whizz Billy Bremner laid down a dozen tracks which run the whole gamut of early 70\'s pop, rock, folk and country influences. Highlights are too numerous to mention but the beatific waltz of \'Bloodshot Eyes\', the effortlessly commercial pop of \'Alice\' and the haunting folk ballad \'Find Me\' still send shivers down the spine. As a bonus, Hare has added a second, miniature vinyl replica disc containing his previously uncomped 1972 single for Warner Brothers, \'Didn\'t I Tell You/Seek Not In The Wide World\'\" - SHINDIG

\"... a lot of Stealers Wheel, C, S, N & Y , a country-fied Emitt Rhodes or Paul McCartney and Blue. Some excellent pop songs here. Originally released in 1971 from UK Penny Farthing Records. MINT COPY OF AN ORIGINAL PRESSING LP. VALUED AT $500. 2004 Digital 24 bit remaster with 2 bonus tracks.\" - NOT LAME



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