A minor player for the past due-’60s Uk folk-rock picture, guitarist and singer/songwriter Marc Brierley produced several albums in the past due ’60s which were somewhat based on the folk-pop-rock Donovan was building around once, though these were milder and much less distinctive. Brierley produced his saving debut in 1966 using a five-song acoustic EP for Transatlantic Information which was identical in character to the first acoustic recordings of Donovan and Bert Jansch. His 1968 debut LP, Thanks for visiting the Citadel, extended his preparations into light folk-rock and details of orchestration, with Tony Reeves and Mike Travis (who’d simply toured with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers) because the tempo section. One-time Donovan supervisor Ashley Kozak created 1969’s even more melodic Hello, which shifted toward somewhat fuller pop/rock and roll preparations, though as on its forerunner these sometimes got a Baroque taste. Other than several non-LP singles in 1969 and 1970, that might be Brierley’s entire documenting profession, as he retired from music in 1973. Most of Brierley’s recordings had been compiled for the two-CD established Autograph of your time: THE ENTIRE Recordings 1966-1970.