The Hill Ash Music group produced another of these ‘old friends obtain it collectively’ albums, forming a UK folk rock-band from Colin Cripps’ music about a vintage tramp, Work Senior. The music group comprised Cambridge University or college college student Cripps (acoustic guitar), Geoff Dark brown (fiddle, recorder), Martin Carter (vocals), Alan Rose (vocals, whistle), Graham Jones (bass, vocals, recorder), Kevin Slingsby (drums), Lynda Hardcastle (vocals), and lyricist Ray Ruler and Sean Mansley as narrator. They produced the recording (1975’s The Hermit) do the show, and vanished. The music was extremely gritty, sometimes similar to Bob Pegg, and combined narrative lyrics with traditional materials. The recording was reissued by Vinyl fabric Tap Information in 1996. In the 80s Cripps published and released a publication on the annals of well-known music. Hardcastle became a member of up with Rose and Jim Ellison in Hill Ash Music group II. In the 90s she created Grace Records with Maggie Boyle (vocals, flute, bodhran) and Helen Hockenhull (vocals, key pad; ex-Muckram Wakes). In the 00s Rose caused the band, Tunes FROM THE Carter Family Display, alongside Hardcastle, Hockenhull, Mike Hockenhull, and Nigel Schofield.