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Rick Hayward

In the later ’60s, Rick Hayward (after that referred to as Rick Birkett) was a guitarist in the Accent, playing on the respectable non-hit 1967 British psychedelic single “Red Sky during the night”/”Wind of Change.” Quickly afterward, he briefly attemptedto form a music group with Fishing rod Argent soon after the last mentioned had still left the Zombies, documenting several demos. When that didn’t skillet out, he became a program musician for the United kingdom blues-rock label Blue Horizon, eventually playing in the music group of Christine Ideal (afterwards Christine McVie of Fleetwood Macintosh) and Jellybread, aswell as carrying out some concert events with Keef Hartley. In Apr 1971, he documented a self-titled single record for Blue Horizon that was quite definitely in a somewhat melancholy United kingdom folk-rock and vocalist/songwriter vein, playing every one of the musical instruments himself (though his electric guitar was the prominent one). The instrumentals specifically spotlighted a folk-blues-jazz-influenced electric guitar style such as Davy Graham and Bert Jansch. The record was reissued on Compact disc by Sunbeam in 2007, by adding 11 previously unreleased instrumental paths recorded shortly afterward for an unissued second LP.

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